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  • i love coffee shop

    City: Cape Town

    i love coffee is the first entirely deaf-run coffee shop in South Africa. Customers are encouraged to engage verbally as well as visually with deaf staff and will be taught basic South African Sign Language to be able to place their orders. They are also mobile, so consider them for your next event.

  • Bonamanzi Adventures

    City: Worcester

    A scenic 90 minute drive from Cape Town, on the banks of the Breede River, Bonamanzi Adventures provides the ultimate in family, teambuilding, school camp or groups of friends adventure escapes. The lodge is ideal for weekends away from the bustle of city life with accommodation, fireside relaxation and river read more

  • Harold Porter Botanical Gardens

    City: Kleinmond

    The lovely Harold Porter Botanical Garden is situated in the centre of the coastal fynbos where the flora is at its richest. It encompasses mountain slopes with wind-clipped heathlands, deep gorges with relict forests, flats and marshes with restios, sedges and bulbs, as well as dunes adjacent to the beach with read more

  • City Sightseeing Bus

    City: Cape Town

    Hop on, hop off bus Explore Cape Town and Johannesburg at your own pace. Buy one ticket and hop on and off at any of the exciting stops. Your ticket is valid all day, so you can take your time to explore your favourite attractions. The bus is wheelchair accessible by a ramp. read more

  • Epic Guest House

    City: Cape Town

    Epic Guesthouse is cosy but clutter free and easy to manoeuvre for wheelchair users and able travellers alike. They offer accessible B&B accommodation for everybody! 4 spacious rooms: 2 being spacious en-suite family rooms and 2 double/twin rooms (own separate bathrooms), all with roll-in showers and very comfortable beds.

  • Hotel Verde

    City: Cape Town

    The two universally accessible rooms provide all of the features of a standard room but meet with the international standards of universally accessible design. Hotel Verde is perfect not only for those seeking Cape Town airport accommodation, but anyone visiting Cape Town with responsible travel in mind. The hotel has been read more

  • Bugz Family Playpark

    City: Joostenberg Vlakte

    Bugz Playpark is the largest children’s playpark in the Western Cape. Featuring indoor and outdoor play area, train rides, carousel horses, horse riding, a petting zoo and much much more. The park is wheelchair accessible and provides a stimulating and welcoming environment for children of all abilities.

  • Fly Mango Airlines

    City: Cape Town

    On checking in at the airport, a disabled traveller is assigned a member of the airport staff to assist him/her from the point of check in to boarding. This assistant handles the security checkpoints, getting to the correct boarding gates and onto the wheelchair-user truck that transports guests to the read more

  • FlyTime Paragliding

    City: Sedgefield

    Paragliding tours in Wilderness that are accessible for disabled travellers. Guides assist passengers into their harness and seat and will walk with passenger where they would normally have to take a few steps before take off. They will also be on the ground to assist with landing.

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