Designed specifically for adaptive travelers, Beeyonder lets amputees and other people with disabilities visit destinations that otherwise wouldn't be accessible.
Bilateral amputee Brittany Palmer's Beeyonder offers virtual travel packages that can bring Lake Victoria to your laptop or Ireland to your iPad.
Fast forward to the spring of 2021. You’re taking the sun on a tropical beach at a luxury resort, winding down after full day of physical, mental, and spiritual exertion. Everyone around you has some form of limb difference, and they’ve come from everywhere—Europe, Asia, South America, the U.S., you name it. The participants include...
My journey on the Camino de Santiago earlier this year began with a single step, but I ended up walking about 500 miles, mostly alone, carrying a 22-pound backpack. The route I took, known as the Camino Francés, began at Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, France, on the north side of the Pyrenees Mountains. I then followed the ancient pilgrimage path to Santiago de Compostela, Spain, and finished at the tomb of St. James the Apostle. Sound like fun? For me, it was.