Erik Weihenmayer and Thomas Whittaker are the great inspiration for all travelers with disabilities. Erik became the first blind climber to summit Everest in 2001 and published a book called Touch the Top of the World and Thomas summited in 1998 with an artificial leg, at the age of 50. Be inspired to travel and explore the world though Nepal is not much friendly with differently able people. Wheelchair facilities, ramps, lifts and even pavements are virtually nonexistent throughout Nepal and getting around the crowed and narrow streets of traditional towns can be a bit challenging for travelers with disabilities. It is common for hotels to be multilevel, with most rooms on the upper floors. Most of the places do not have lifts. But this shouldn’t be the cause to quite your desire to travel. Massif Holidays provide the customized itinerary for your with the maximum solution of these problems.