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Our accessible tours in India have proven to be a tremendous success since we first launched them a few years ago. They are ideal for people with limited mobility who are looking to enjoy a unique culture and truly once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Whether you want to discover the cities of Jaipur, Delhi and Agra on a tour of the Golden Triangle, or you’d like to go on adapted safari to see some of India’s most captivating animals, booking with Enable Holidays – and our wonderful colleagues in India – will ensure your holiday will be ideal for your mobility requirements.

 

We often get positive feedback from customers who have experienced one of our wheelchair-friendly holidays in India, like this, from Helen Dolphin:

“Visiting somewhere like India may seem a bit of a step into the unknown but I cannot recommend it enough. My trip to India with Enable Holidays was absolutely amazing. The people could not have been friendlier or more helpful and it seemed to be one of the most accessible places I’ve ever visited – not just because they have ramps but because wherever I wanted to go, there was someone there ready to help”.

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