WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE SAFARI IN KENYA
Amboseli National Park is located about
240 km from Nairobi in loitoktok district, Rift Valley province.
The main ecosystem in the park is the savannah grassland. This
park is famous for the huge herds of elephants which are to be
found here. Other game include lions, burchells zebra, black
faced sandgrouse and wildebeest family. Mount Kilimanjaro,
Africa’s largest mountain lies just over the border in Tanzania,
but the most impressive views of its snow-capped peak are to be
found in Amboseli.
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE SAFARI IN TANZANIA
Tarangire National Park is a diverse
and picturesque African wildlife sanctuary, located on the
Tarangire River, from which is derived its name. During the
annual dry season which starts in August till October, the park
attracts one of the biggest concentrations of wildlife in
Tanzania. During this time the river provides the only permanent
water in the area. The park is not overcrowded with tourists
which makes it very attractive. Enjoy the beautiful views of
riverine forests and acacia woodlands and endless rolling hills.
The park has one of the largest elephant herds in Africa,
amongst many other wildlife.
ACCESSIBLE AND RESPONSIBLE TRAVEL
Oct 07, 2013
The Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality (SATH), founded in 1976, is an educational nonprofit membership organization whose mission is to raise awareness of the needs of all travelers with disabilities, remove physical and attitudinal barriers to free access and expand travel opportunities in the United States and abroad.
SATH LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE
BOCA RATO: SATH, Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality has launched a new version of its popular website, www.sath.org. The new website is for both consumers and the travel, tourism and hospitality trade, and is loaded with information for travelers with disabilities and those who serve them. Keeping in mind accessibility for all, the new SATH website will be rolling out additional features in compliance with industry and government web standards over the course of 2003.
"For the past several years, we have had a good website as far as content was concerned, and now we're ready to move further into the 21st century with our dynamic new site," stated Stuart Vidockler, SATH Chairman. "We have made great strides in our 27 year history and will continue to do so with the help of all our partners."
The website features an easily searchable listing of resources for information on traveling with all types of disabilities, as well as companies that offer services and further information. There are links to many companies that SATH works with, so visitors can quickly find more details as they need it. Sample articles from SATH's publication OPEN WORLD are also featured, as well as highlights of the recently completed 7th World Congress in Miami, and the next Congress in January 2004. A Calendar of Events lists upcoming conferences, trade shows and workshops where SATH will be participating.
The new website was designed and developed by www.123yourweb.com.
For further information contact SATH at 212-447-7284 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality)