It remains true that India is still a newcomer as far as accessible tourism is concerned. Although the country realizes the possibility and significance of such tourism, there are still a few years to go before it becomes a barrier-free tourist destination Places. Nevertheless, there are some places in India particularly the metropolitan cities and of course the Delhi, which has been putting efforts for becoming disabled traveling places in India. For the time being, the below mentioned 3 destinations could be considered welcoming for needs travelers in the nation. TAJ MAHAL, DELHI & JAIPUR. The property of the iconic Taj Mahal is another destination in which an arrangement for disabled tourists could be seen.
We look at the world from a single perspective and hardly pay attention to the diverse viewpoints hence, we set out to be an inspirational venture in inclusive tourist activities and reach as many visitors as possible. All this regardless of your age, your socio-cultural environment, or your special needs of accessibility and disability. We live in a world full of differences, but we strengthen our community by respecting these differences.
Some property of the iconic Taj Mahal, Delhi & Jaipur is another destination in which an arrangement for disabled tourists could be seen
On the other hand, the appropriate arrangements for the special needs tourists are to be made in this popular traveling location in India. There’s a wheelchair center however, it isn’t sure if you’re able to access the raised platform like there’s not any center of a ramp. At Agra Fort, together with wheelchairs, golf carts are all made available for tourists, which may ferry them even to Diwan-e Aam. Fatehpur Sikri is another monument in Agra which has provisions such as ramps, Braille signboards bathrooms and ticket counters, and also a defined route and dedicated parking. DELHI. Ever since the visit of Stephen Hawkings in the year 2001, when he voiced his desire to visit Jantar Mantar, Qutub Minar, Humayun’s Tomb and the Red Fort for which special arrangements of temporary ramps have been made, a movement to get comfortable tourism of handicapped tourists sped up.
It’s because of this, the city now has provisions for its disabled/differently-abled visitors at a few of the main tourist spots. In the Qutub Minar, a wheelchair user can go right up to the iron pillar. The city has also introduced resorts that are handicapped-friendly and give them the best care and amenities. The Delhi Metro is a clear indication that the city is progressively working on making available in tourism a reality. There are ramps to go up and off the metros, there are also elevators constructed at each metro station, together with buttons with inscriptions from the Braille for the visually challenged people markers, and spots earmarked for wheelchairs too.
Nevertheless, there’s still much to be done for adequate accessible tourism in the city. JAIPUR. Adorned with pretty pink palaces, lush green gardens and grand temples, Jaipur represents the brilliant and dazzling tradition of Rajasthan. The enthralling mahals and locals make it worth every tourist’s time. The camels, festivities and the hippie culture are an add-on to this magnificent Pink City nestled between forts and the rocky Aravalli Hills. You can reach the top of the mountain, you can ride the aquamarine waves, so you can savor exotic cuisines, and marvel in architectural stone. For every person with a disability who has ever longed to travel, we say you. KEEPER LANDWEY!.
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