Wilderness Inquiry caters to all abilities
The New York Times reports: "Wilderness Inquiry, a not-for-profit outdoors adventure organization that caters to participants of all ages and abilities — including disabled travelers — is offering a new 10-day tour to the south of Costa Rica. Excursions include Corcovado National Park on the Osa Peninsula. Fees start at $1,945, and include meals, lodging and ground transportation (www.wildernessinquiry.org)."
That's a pretty quick treatment of the subject of WI and adventurers with disabilites. But a commitment to people with disabilities seems to run deep in the history of this organization, from a quick look at their website. They organized their first canoe trip for people with disabilites almost 30 years ago. The phrase "of all abilities" is frequently found on their site.
Nice job, Wilderness Inquiry.(Photo of Wildnerness Inquiry group courtesy of Wilderness Inquiry)