South Africa AccommodationSouth Africa Wheelchair Friendly Directory
SA-Venues.com presents a selection of wheelchair friendly accommodation in South Africa. Hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfasts and self catering establishments which have been equipped for wheelchair-bound holidaymakers (as claimed by the establishments). Please double check with the establishment of your choice that your needs will be accommodated.
Wheelchair / Disabled Friendly Accommodation
The establishments in this section have indicated that they have at least one guest room which has been equipped for the wheelchair-bound holidaymaker. This should include:
- Ramp access to the building.
- Ground floor room or lift to the floor on which the room is located.
- The door to the room should be large enough to accommodate a wheelchair.
- Enough space around furniture.
- Facilities in arm's reach i.e. airconditioner controls, blind cords, television, etc.
- The bathroom should be large enough for a wheelchair and should be properly equipped with the appropriate handles and bars.
- If meals are served, the dining room should have wheelchair access.
Disclaimer / Guest Responsibilities
Remember, planning ahead can make the difference to a successful holiday or one filled with frustration. Please contact the establishment prior to arrival and make sure that all of your requirements will be met.
Wheelchair Friendly Things To Do
From a 'Behind the Scenes' Tour at SANCCOB in Cape Town to Dinner Theatre at The Performer in Pretoria, SA-Venues.com can confirm that all things to do in the Category "Wheelchair Friendly" have been personally contacted and have confirmed that they are in fact wheelchair accessible.
The Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds, SANCCOB is a non-profit sea bird rehabilitation centre based in Cape Town. SANCCOB aims to conserve and protect South Africa's sea ...
Start: Harkerville Forest, between Knysna and Plettenberg Bay
Finish: Harkerville Forest
Duration: 1 km, ideal for the elderly or as a pit stop on the N2
Fitness: very easy
Our tip: there is a small office ...
Where? Port Alfred
Our cruises leave from the Small Boat Harbour in Port Alfred, taking you up the scenic Kowie River. Our cruise trips are one and a half hours in duration and braai trips of approximately four hours can also be ...
See Things To Do in South Africa where you can view wheelchair friendly activities in each province. All have been verified to be wheelchair accessible, but please confirm before arrival.