Offbeat: Australia sets on barrier-free trips

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ship trip with a polar light guarantee

Das Grüne Polarlichter (Aurora borealis) kann man auf einer Schiffsreise zwischen Bergen in Norwegen sehen. © Andrea Warnecke/Dpa-TMN The green northern northern light (Aurora Borealis) can be seen on a boat trip between mountains in Norway.

Tromsø (dpa/tmn) - Hurtigruten offers a sea voyage with postal ships between mountains and Kirkenes, which promises a robar light. Because the light play is difficult to predict, the company offers a northern light promise.

If the lights cannot be seen during the trip, the participants will be invited to a second trip in the coming season. The guests have the choice between a 6-day trip south from Kirkenes to Bergen or a 7-day trip from Bergen to Kirkenes.

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Other tour operators also offer such a guarantee, but the conditions are different.

Queensland without obstacles

Cairns - Australia shows how barrier -free trips work: On the website of the tourism agency “Tourism Tropical North Queensland”, activities, travel routes and accommodation in North Queensland are listed, which are also accessible with restricted mobility.

The offer is called "Accessibility Hub". Barrier-free beaches and snorkeling excursions are also recorded.

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In Varel in the Friesland district, an increased grandstand is built, from which you can see the animals better. On the beaches of the East Frisian Islands, experts help to assign the feathers found. Children can also participate in many of the actions, for example in a painting competition.

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