What To Do When You Go To Palm Springs
Are you planning a trip to Palm Springs? Will you be using California wheelchair accessible van rental services? Here are some places for you to check out on your trip.
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
Each car carries 80 passengers. It travels from the desert to the mountains. The platform rotates a full 360 degrees. This allows you to get the full experience and ensures you don’t miss anything. It takes under half an hour to do the whole trip and at the end you’ll be dropped off at the lodge. The best part is that it’s wheelchair accessible.
Are you a botany enthusiast? Check out the Palm Desert Living Desert. It’s a 1,800 acre piece of property that has not only a botanical garden in it, but also a zoo. In the zoo are zebras, cheetahs, giraffes and several other african animals. The best part about it is how well its owners preserve it. There are pathways throughout the park, which allows you to explore freely in your wheelchair.
Palm Spring Art Museum and Air Museum
If you’re a fan of contemporary art, this is the place for you. The Palm Springs Art Museum also specializes in Western American art. If you’re less of an art enthusiast and more into history, check out the air museum, where you can find old World War II planes. Learn all about America’s famous air force and how it helped us win the great war.
To book a van from a top California wheelchair accessible van rental services company, call Wheelers. You can also get a free quote on their website. Wheelers provides accessible van rentals throughout the nation, which includes the Hawaiian islands. To speak to someone over the phone, dial 800-456-1371. Wheelers offers free pick up with their vans from LAX airport in Los Angeles.