Staying at the fully wheelchair accessible hotel “I Girasoli” near Luignano, the holiday includes accommodation, breakfast, dinner and excursions every day including trips to Florence, Sienna and local Tuscan towns.
There will also be time to relax and un-wind perhaps taking a dip in the hotel’s heated swimming pool.
Directors Debbie & Dave Jepson are in Tuscany at the moment and say it would be criminal to have empty spaces for such a fantastic tour.
Makin’ Tracks is a small family run business offering a carefully selected programme of overseas tours.
All the holidays are created with wheelchair users in mind and are designed to really explore and get the feel of destinations. Groups are kept small as they believe this is the optimum balance to ensure suitable facilities, an enjoyable atmosphere, and exceptional personal service.
Dave and Debbie are convinced that you will witness more with them in a week than with any other tour, yet the pace will always be set to suit you.
For all the holidays Dave uses their own accessible mini bus to provide inspirational programmes of enlightening days out.
Accessibility issues are carefully researched and imaginatively tackled to enable maximum discovery with minimum frustration.
Both Debbie and Dave are passionate about exploring our world, delving into its history and culture and encouraging others to do the same. Debbie has a degree in Travel and Tourism and, amongst other things, has spent 20 years escorting groups on holidays. Dave was the Overseas Tour Manager for the Winged Fellowship Trust (now known as Vitalise) for more than 10 years and his incredibly detailed knowledge of European cities from a wheelchair user’s perspective is second to none.
You can forget about worries over accessibility, and just get on with discovering amazing sights, confident in the knowledge that you are in the hands of people who really know their way around
For more information about Makin’ Tracks visit their website, http://www.makintracks.org/, or telephone 01766 522457