Wheelchair accessible Dover

Accessible Dover is a port destination from where you have several tour options. Get to see the beautiful surroundings of Dover and discover some peculiarly named villages. In the towns, you can stroll around, take some holiday snapshots or try local delicacies.

All our Dover tours and excursions to its surroundings are accessible for wheelchair users, scooter users, slow walkers, and other travelers, and fully customizable to your wishes. We work with various knowledgeable driver-guides, and you have the option to include inside visits or to add an officially licensed guide who is from the region, and can tell you everything about magical Dover. Ask us about the possibilities.


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Discover the beauty of wheelchair accessible Dover – Approx. 5 hours

Discover Dover and its surroundings during this wheelchair accessible tour. During this tour you see, among others, the iconic White Cliffs of Dover, the famous Cathedral in Canterbury, the pub that is closest to France, and there is time to try England’s famous fish and chips!

Stour River Kent

Wheelchair accessible Garden of England tour – Approx. 7 hours

Get out of the city and explore the Garden of England, also called: East Kent. Explore the surroundings of Dover with its stunning views. During this seven-hour tour, you visit peculiar and lovely green villages such as Fordwich, Chilham, and Biddenden.

Tours in Dover

Your private English speaking driver-guide, or if prefered, your officially licensed guide, meets you at your accommodation or the cruise port. You explore Dover and its surroundings in the comfort of your private adapted vehicle, and your locally knowledgeable guide will make you feel at home instantly. With your guide, you will experience the best local attractions and enjoy an extraordinary day.

About Dover

Dover is a small port city in southeast England. It has about 30 thousand inhabitants and is located in the county of Kent, southeast England. It is a crucial port in Great Britain because of the many goods shipped here and the many ferries that enter from mainland Europe (northern France). Dover is also known for its beautiful and iconic White Cliffs, a spectacle that you can see when you arrive by ferry or cruise. Do not miss the South Foreland Lighthouse!  Moreover, there are some historical sights, including the imposing castle close to the coast, where you can visit the underground Secret Wartime Tunnels. They were used as a defense mechanism during the Second World War. Dover Castle is the largest castle in England and is originally a medieval fortification where renovations have taken place in later times to keep the structure up to date. Its location here on the Channel is so important that it has been dubbed the ‘Key to England.’