Celebrated for its miles of white sand beaches and sunny climate, the city of San Diego is planning to see more wheelchair users moving down the bustling walkways of the Gaslamp Quarter and enjoying the waters at La Jolla Cove. Because of this objective, the San Diego Tourism Authority has launched a revamp marketing promotion to voyagers with disabilities.
"We're trying to inform people that San Diego is accessible to all through our promotions and campaigns," says Candice Eley, the director of communications for San Diego Tourism Authority. "San Diego is where everybody, paying little mind to their identity or their physical capacities, can feel good and quiet. Numerous local people know this inclination well, however, we at the San Diego Tourism Authority need to make sure that guests know this too. It's significant to both the neighborhood community and to potential guests on the off chance that we share the message that all are welcome in San Diego."
Accessible beaches include Mobi mats, an assortment of beach wheelchairs, versatile surf openings, pontoon and yacht, seal touring, helicopter and trolley tours. These are only a portion of the outdoor activities that have been featured, according to a detailed information by the San Diego Tourism Authority.
Paralympic gold medalist and San Diego local Alana Nichols is likewise included in another video series titled, Guides to the Good Stuff, where she features and partook in the numerous available activities at the San Diego Tourism Authority.
"Notwithstanding their identity or their physical capacities, the San Diego Tourism Authority relies on feedback from guests to make the best recommendation for guests," says Eley, taking note that input and feedback from people with disabilities is the most valuable information in ensuring better accessibility. For more information, check the San Diego Accessible Travel Guide and its YouTube channel.
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