Resources in South Africa
- Access 2 Africa Safaris
Access2africaSafaris was created by JJ Bezuidenhout, a c-4 quadriplegic himself, and has been actively involved in encouraging those in the hospitality industry along the Elephant Coast and The Kingdom of Zululand, KwazuluNatal, South Africa to be accessible and wheelchair friendly. They are one of the few operators that specialize in Nataltours and specialize in KwazuluNatal from Durban, Africa's seaside playground and tropical paradise in the sun. Durban is the gateway to the Midland Meander, the Dolphin Coast, and the Elephant Coast.
Eco-Access is a South African organization that promotes the inclusion of people with disabilities in enviromental programs and facilities.
- Endeavour Safaris
"Endeavour Safaris would like to welcome you to see and feel Africa in ways that have rarely been experienced by wheelchair reliant people before. The company is family-owned and our vision was to provide a way for physically challenged people to enjoy a real African Safari by catering to their special needs first. By doing this, we are now able to offer safari destinations that were inaccessible before."
- Epic Enabled
Epic Enabled offers overland wheelchair-accessible camping and adventure safaris as well as day tours in South Africa. in the Kruger National Park, Garden Route and day tours in Johannesburg and Cape Town. Travel is done in a specially adapted and equipped Mercedes Benz truck, which has been modified for passengers who use wheelchairs and has a hydraulic passenger lift. This truck provides maximum viewing when driving. The seats are removable, providing space and maneuverability in the passenger section so travellers can move themselves around from the one side of the vehicle to the other side to follow game and get the best views of other sights. Epic Enabled also has a Mercedes Benz Sprinter Bus, which is used for smaller groups and airport transfers. Tours include a wide range of fully equipped, accessible accommodations, including tented camps, bungalows and cottages. All accommodations have solid off-the-ground beds. Epic Enabled also provides three meals a day while on tour, including traditional African dishes served in a boma, barbecues, potjie, picnics, etc. Vegetarians and those with special dietary requirements can be accommodated.
- Natal Society for the Blind
The society provides services and supports to blind and partially sighted people of all ages and walks of life, throughout Kwa-Zulu Natal in South Africa.
- National Accessibility Portal
The NAP is being developed as the one-stop resource for information, services and communications that will support South Africans with disabilities and other individuals in the disability field.
- Phokeng in Education
Phokeng in Education (PHiE) is an independent training and skills development service provider in South Africa which specializes in Braille studies, South African Sign Language (SASL) training, and information and communication technology (ICT) training for disabled youth, partially sighted, blind, hard of hearing and deaf persons in and around the rural villages of Rustenburg and the greater North West province of South Africa.
- Quadriplegic Association of KwaZulu Natal
The association offers services and support to quadriplegics and their families in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
SafariGuideAfrica is a privately-run site providing advice on African Safaris and Safari Parks on the continent, including in-depth reviews of top safari lodges and advice written by well-traveled safari experts. The link leads to an article for people with disabilities.
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