Hawaii: Disabled Needs
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Disabled holiday in Hawaii (6/10)
With the American Disabilities Act of 1990 and compliance from government building codes, travellers with disabilities find few problems with accommodations and activities in the United States. Honolulu has made its resorts and landmarks extremely accessible for visitors with disabilities.
The State of Hawaii even publishes a guide that is available online at http://hawaii.gov/health/dcab/. It details disability assistance available at the airport, rental cars & vans, bus & taxi transportation, parking, medical supply facilities, public places & parks, beaches & trails, support services, communication services, and service animals. Though many outdoor activities and historic areas may be a challenge for the disabled, Hawaii takes great lengths to make as much as possible available to visitors on a disabled holiday.