Greece has taken a monumental step towards inclusivity and accessibility by transforming over 280 of its picturesque beaches into wheelchair-accessible havens.
Defying social conventions are these eight differently-abled person-run cafes, restaurants, and bakeries in Malaysia, ready to serve up a storm.
What do you get when you have a visually-impaired Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, and a national para-athlete on a show together? Inspiring stories that’ll make your heart full, and hopefully, be an advocate for accessible tourism for all.
Veteran newscaster, Y.B. Senator Ras Adiba Radzi, and Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, Dr Mona Minkara, join us in an upcoming session of Hello Zafigo.
When you’re living with a disability, travelling can seem challenging and make planning a holiday a daunting task. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Machu Picchu sees millions of tourists annually, but the first person in a wheelchair only visited the ancient Inca site in 2019.
Whether vision-impaired or wheelchair-bound, these travellers have experienced journeys and adventures just as incredible as the rest of us.
If regular travellers inevitably face troubles while trotting the globe, imagine how much more difficult it is for those with disabilities.
Virali Modi talks to Zafigo about her love for travelling and the challenges she faces as a woman on wheels.