We’ve been there.

Based on extensive personal experience traveling throughout Argentina on a wheelchair, we are in a position to offer in-depth travel advisory services for physically challenged travelers who wish to enjoy and make the most of their stay in this country.

Whether you are an individual or a group, coming on business, vacation or sports meet, you can let us know your personal needs and we will make reservations at hotels that cater to your needs and best suit your budget, suggest safe and comfortable transport services, book accessible city tours and tango shows you can enjoy comfortably, recommend cities and places to visit. Are you thinking of going for a day in the pampas or perhaps skiing? We’ll help you out with whatever you are looking for.
We will also map out the best routes for getting around in Buenos Aires in your chair.
Your wheelchair broke down? We’ll tell you where to get it fixed.




We have personally checked out each and every hotel room we recommend, their bathrooms and public areas, including access to swimming pools and spas, making sure they offer the best services.


Friendly City Tours

Buenos Aires at your feet: the capital of Argentina in the safest and most pleasant way. From the tenements of La Boca to Parisian inspired petit hotels. See museums and parks, and visit Tigre with its nautical life in the wide Rio de la Plata. Let us take you through a whole new experience and see it all. Whether it’s sightseeing or a short city tour we guarantee the best service in safe and comfortable vans.



Take a day off in the beautiful Argentine countryside and enjoy the boundless landscape of the plains while eating a typical barbecue and the traditional dulce de leche. Take part in the crafts workshop; watch a horse show; get to know the gauchos -the Argentine cowboy- at work, and appreciate their folklore.



When visiting Buenos Aires you simply cannot miss a tango show. Tango is known worldwide as an icon of Argentinian culture, a dance that is alive with drama and sensuality. 

Enjoy the best tango show dinner in town in a pleasant surrounding and be part of the Buenos Aires nightlife scene.


What to see

Buenos Aires, a metropolis with vibrant cultural life; the breathtaking falls at Cataratas del Iguazu; the spectacular glacier Perito Moreno in the Argentinian Patagonia; Mendoza’s wineries; colonial Salta; seaside Mar del Plata, where you can go right up to the water’s edge on your wheelchair; a skiing adventure in Bariloche.


It is difficult to get around in Argentinian cities in a wheelchair, since sidewalks are full of potholes, and you are essentially restricted to pedestrian streets.

Most regular taxis in the city will not carry wheelchairs.

That’s why All the Way offers safe and suitably adapted transport that will take you wherever you want to go: airports, hotels, tours, restaurants.


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