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Accessible Travel Tips: Traveling with a Disability or Health Condition

  • Published: 2010-07-01 (Revised/Updated 2015-01-23) : Disabled World (Disabled World).
  • Synopsis: List of accessible travel tips to make your journey easier if you have a disability or health condition.

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Quote: "The air in airplanes is dry, so drink plenty of fluids, like fruit juices and water to prevent from becoming dehydrated."

Most people don't face any problems when they travel, but it's possible to make travel safer, accessible, and more comfortable.

Here are some accessible travel tips to ensure you a smooth and memorable trip.

All travelers should be prepared for travel and be aware of health issues and measures to protect themselves from sickness. Follow the above health tip travel and enjoy a safe and pleasant journey!

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