Accessibility

There is so much to experience in Arizona, and so many ways to do so. Pow wows are about dancing, the thump of drums, the colors of each participant’s outfit, the sounds of each chant. A visit to a botanical garden includes the steady hum of a hummingbird’s wings, the striking orange-and-black wings of a pollinating monarch butterfly, the scent of sweet honeysuckle, the stillness of a sunset with flora and fauna before you.

Arizona includes people of all abilities, including those with mobility, visual, and hearing needs.

Many of the state’s lodging facilities, attractions, and events are ADA compliant, meaning that they do their best to comply with the guidelines set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits discrimination and ensures equal access to state and local government services, public accommodations, commercial facilities, and transportation.

For More Information

Learn more about ADA requirements and accessible travel from the following websites:

Americans with Disabilities Association
Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality
National Aging and Disability Transportation Center