Why ATW?

Why ATW?                             All The Way Adaptive Travel is a consultancy that specializes in advising people with low mobility and handicaps to plan and travel safely and without problems, established in Buenos Aires,...

Why Argentina?

Argentina has always been a favorite destination for tourists visiting South America boasting its alluring Patagonia, its glaciers, the Iguazu Falls sand the multicultural life of Buenos Aires, its...

What about the rest of...

Let´s take a moment to talk about what happened last week at the Chilean President Sebastian Piñera’s Inaugural ceremony on March 11 which toole place in the Congress building in Valparaiso. Being one...

Life does not wait.....

Often in life we hear the phrases “ It’s too hard for you, you can’t, we are sorry you will not be able to, you should wait a few years maybe something new will come out ”, or things to that effect....

HOLIDAYS IN THE...

The island of Aruba in the Caribbean is a beautiful place with white sand beaches, coconut trees and an emerald blue sea, there is gentle breeze blowing which makes the weather perfect. I just got...

End of 2017, year Balance

2017 is coming to an end and it’s time to make a balance of this years´ activities, accomplishments and what is still to be done. In March ATW received the full backing and sponsorship of the Latin American...

Rights are on their way

We all know how there have been big changes in the world in the way handicapped people are trated. From street signs, laws and regulations to international conventions of the United Nations that...

PACE OF CHANGE

Dear friends, All The Way Adaptive Travel is a consultancy that advises people with reduced mobility or who are handicapped who wish to travel, minimizing their obstacles, inconveniences and...

Accesibilty now.

As we keep moving we still have accessibility as our main concern and, as advisors, we must take a peek at the outside world and be receptive to the few good changes that have been taking place and...

Cruising South America

    We are all familiar with the famous luxurious cruisers that, traveling the oceans, connect us all over the world. This format for traveling the world is becoming more and more relevant every day....

TRAVELING FOR...

It is no secret that there are thousands of different pathologies that end in physical or intellectual disabilities. 15% of the world’s population is handicapped. This means that one out of seven of...

The world is yours!

  There is no reason why you should not be able to travel just because you are disabled. This is common thinking among people in a handicapped situation, throughout the world.   I’m stuck in a...

The importance of...

Several well known web service providers are now offering specific information on which hotels are adapted for handicapped guests. It’s good to see companies offering this kind of information. The trouble...

HOLIDAY SEASON

Christmas and New Year are upon us and if you are thinking of a short holiday don’t forget some basics on adaptive traveling so that your trip may be enjoyable and snag free. By basics on adaptive...

Keep moving keep...

Once again back form my latest trip, this time from the coast of Chile, at Maitencillo Beach, one of the most exclusive resorts in the country. Having made more than 20 voyages to this country...

Adapt to be Accessible

  Accessibility is a concept which is being understood and used but which is only gradually being applied in our societies. The first thing we must understand by accessibility is that it is the...

Snow Adventure

San Carlos de Bariloche in the Patagonia is the place to go skiing in Argentina. More than a million peope visit it each year to practice snow sports in a setting of spectacular natural environment...

Accessibility is an...

When talking about accessibility we often think about the word access but we never stop to think what this word really means and how it affects our lives. For the record, Accessibility is by...

ABOUT ARGENTINA

About ArgentinaArgentina is a country of 43 million inhabitants, second largest in extension in South America, of varied geography and landscape. It’s capital, Buenos Aires, is a large multicultural city of...

Halfway Around The World

Halfway around the world What might have been one of the longest trips in his life, Christian Couyoumdjian has recently returned from a twenty day and 12,700 kms. trip to the Australian Sunny Coast....

Witness wonders like...

We would like you to be part of what took place this month at Calafate in the Argentinian Patagonia, famous for its glaciers, more specifically for the most famous glacier worldwide, the Perito...

Technology and Physical...

Today I would like to share with you a fascinating video from Ted Talks, by Hugh Herr. Take a moment to listen and learn how technology has advanced so much that can, for amputated people, bridge...

Travel Adaptive

Traveling is one of the most beautiful and enriching experiences I have become to appreciate in life.   When one is enduring or going through life with a physcal disability everything becomes more...

Social and...

  Social and Architectural Gaps Buenos Aires, like in most South American capitals, has not correctly adapted and has very little conscience when it comes to handicapped and slow moving population....

From the beach and into the...

Getting through the beach and enjoying the ocean might seem like something difficult to do when having a physical disability.   In All The Way, we have the solution for these gaps. We believe that...

Travel Safe, Protect...

  let me give you a PIECE OF AVDICE. Travel insurance is a pretty unexciting but a very important part of booking a trip. As a travel consultant I have had many clients have things go wrong on trips due to...

 
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