Traveling intimidates some people with arthritis because of pain and physical limitations. Mostly, it is those with severe or active arthritis who give up on traveling. It's not a matter of desire. They want to travel, but think they can't.
Planning ahead and being prepared will help you get ready to travel. Many parks, tourist attractions, and popular vacation spots are accessible to people with disabilities. I have gathered accessibility information for some vacation spots I've visited (I haven't taken a bus tour). Check out my recommendations in Travel Destination Ideas for People With Arthritis
- Travel Tips for People With Arthritis
- Traveling With Medications - What You Need to Know
- Handicapped Parking
- Share Your Travel Tips for Fellow Arthritis Sufferers
- Share Your Experience: Handling Big Events and Tourist Atractions With Arthritis
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