When you consider everything the United States
has to offer, you can understand why two thirds of Americans don’t hold passports.
With its beaches and deserts in the west and big-name cities and theme parks in the east, the country is truly one of the most varied
disabled holiday destinations on earth.
Even though its one country every State is so diffferent - from the accessible theme parks of
Disney World in
to the disabled friendly sights of
New York City and
the jaw dropping
scenery of the National Parks - there’s a corner of the USA to suit every disabled traveller.
It's also worth taking some time to visit some of the world’s most iconic sights, including The Rockies, Niagra Falls and the Golden Gate Bridge.
For disabled wheelchair travellers who love nature, explore the USA’s many National Parks; you’ll never forget seeing the sun rising over the Grand Canyon or visiting the Colorado Rockies.
You can’t visit the USA without indulging in some tasty food; visit a honky-tonk for a southern BBQ or enjoy a slice or two of delicious Chicago pizza.
So if this has got you in the mood for exploring th USA, then feel free to call us on 0800 622 6000 to speak to one of our experienced travel consultants about the best time for
disabled holidays in the USA.
Orlando is the undisputed theme park capital of the world. More than 50,000 acres of turf in
the region are covered by amusement parks, and the lionâ€™s share is owned by famous names like Universal and Disney -
many of which provide disabled accessible rides and special tickets for wheelchair users.
However, thereâ€™s more to Orlando than rollercoasters and rides. You could spend an entire week just shopping and restaurant-surfing here.
International Drive alone is home to more than 500 different stores and 150 bars and restaurants.
The best time to visit Orlando is from March to May. That's the time of year you'll find the most pleasant weather
(high 10s to high 20 most days) and good prices on travel and lodging. Disabled holidays in Orlando are full of fun and adventure -
they're perfect for wheelchair users travelling with family or carers.
Sun-kissed Miami, Florida is one of the USAâ€™s great beach destinations. Here is the perfect backdrop to a metropolis that pulses with
the rhythms of its diverse population: year-round sunshine, top-ranked beaches, and the sparkling waters of Biscayne Bay. Boasting
Art Deco architecture and a vibrant arts and cultural scene, plus renowned nightlife and world-class dining, Miami draws an eclectic mix of visitors,
from celebrities to families seeking fun in the sun.
As stated before there is year-round sunshine in Miami, however the best time to visit is March through to May when the sun shines
with temperatures in the high 20s during the day. Aside from the gorgeous weather, a spring visit allows you to sidestep the peak winter rates.
Disabled holidays in Miami provide disabled travellers with a plenty of different ways to spend their time.
Kissimmee is a great place to stay if youâ€™re after the full Florida experience. Explore everything from
world-renowned theme parks to the natural beauty of old Florida in a single trip.
Conveniently located just minutes from Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort and
SeaWorld Orlando, Kissimmee is a superb choice for your family holiday.
There's also plenty of options to take a break from the theme parks and experience Florida's pristine landscape.
Weather-wise, the best time to visit Kissimmee is from January to April.
There's little rain and the temperatures are warm, but not uncomfortably so. With plenty of accessible accommodation
and wheelchair friendly activities, Kissimmee is a great disabled holiday.
Full to the brim with American history, world-leading institutions and beautiful green spaces, Boston is a gem in northeast USA.
Whether youâ€™re looking to delve into the areaâ€™s revolutionary past or enjoy some mouth-watering local seafood, disabled city breaks in Boston are a treat.
Visit the world-renowned Harvard University, go see a basket ball game at TD Garden, and take a tour of the world-famous Samuel Adam's Brewery.
The best time to visit Boston is from June to October. Mild autumn weather makes exploring this historic city a joy and even though summer brings in swarms of
tourists and expensive hotel rates, the sidewalk cafes, baseball games and outdoor concerts make it worth a trip. This is an incredible city ideal for disabled wheelchair users.
The Empire State Building. Lady Liberty. Times Square. New York tops the worldâ€™s city superleague,
but itâ€™s got more than one green-tinted crown to its name.
Dining and shopping capital, arts and culture hub, nightlife king â€“ this trendsetting metropolis has earned them all.
Youâ€™ll never be short of things to do. Crane your neck to see the sun glinting off the Gatsby-era
Chrysler Building, go google-eyed in Times Square or fill your bags on Fifth Avenue. Even Then thereâ€™s the spectacular skyline,
as seen from those architectural movie stars â€“ the Empire State and the Statue of Liberty.
Early Autumn in New York offers crisp breezes, bright sun and comfortable temperatures,
but spring and summer are beautiful and warm. Every season in New York has its own benefits and the best time to go
is whenever you choose. Disabled city breaks in New York City are truly special and offer wheelchair users
fantastic accessible experiences.
Las Vegas - over-the-top, round-the-clock, bright and glitzy... the real heart of the city is the stretch
better known as the Strip. A playground for the rich and
famous, the hotels have their own shopping arcades, restaurants and casinos. For a glimpse of old Vegas,
head downtown for chic cocktail bars and trendy
nightclubs. And when itâ€™s time for something completely different, take a tour of the awe-inspiring grand canyon.
The best time to visit Las Vegas is from March to May and from September to November.
The spring and fall shoulder seasons offer the most moderate weather. Summers in Las Vegas
are sweltering - the temperature stays around and even exceed 40 degrees. A disabled city break in Las Vegas
provides wheelchair users with plenty of accessible accommodation and activities.
Guests staying in one of the hotels at Disneyland Resort California can experience the true magic of
Disney thanks to exceptional service, themed rooms and pools,
Character Dining and other special perks, not to mention youâ€™ll have convenient access to the park.
In the evening you can sit back and relax and enjoy live piano music, storytelling performances, as well as having full access to in-hotel spa and health clubs.
Dine in style in one of the four restaurants where youâ€™ll be privy to stunning views of Disney California Adventure Park.
Try to avoid staying in Disneyland during weekends, school holidays and summer. These are the times that draw most crowds
meaning more waiting time for accessible attractions. Disabled holidays in Disneyland are perfect for wheelchair users and carers.
Stretched out across the heart of sun-drenched Florida, Walt Disney World Resort is the worldâ€™s most popular wheelchair friendly entertainment resort.
You get 4 huge theme parks, 2 thrilling waterparks, back-to-back shows and performances,
plus masses of themed restaurants, bars, shops and hotels. And itâ€™s all delivered with that trademark Disney magic.
September is the best time to visit Disney World due to low crowds and the abundance of not-too-miss special events.
Do keep in mind that September is also the height of Orlando's rainy season.
You should prepare for daily afternoon thunderstorms and possibly more rain than that. Disney World is
a magnificent disabled holiday destination due to all the accessible activites available to wheelchair users.
Here at Disabled Access Holidays our devoted sales team, with over 15 years combined experience, will help you find and book your dream accessible holiday.
They will guide you through your options and will help you make the best decision based on your needs and what you are looking for. Each disabled holiday
is tailor made to the client so no two holidays are the same.