Once you’ve landed in this corner of the Tropics; breathtaking beaches, delicious rum punch and infectious reggae beats are never far away.
Each island has a unique history, but they all share a warm hospitality, a love for colourful Carnivals and a distinct laid-back vibe,
but not only that, disabled holidays in the Caribbean
can be anything you want them to be - this is a destination offering so much more than just sand and sun.
The Caribbean has limitless pleasure to offer its' disabled visitors, whatever their taste. Rainforests in the
Mexican Caribbean, coral reefs and mountains in the
Dominican Republic for starters;
distinctive island cultures with a shared principle of having a good time;
and exciting disabled city breaks with some fascinating history located in
When to Go?
Temperatures in the Caribbean range from hot to even hotter – the mercury on these islands tends to hover in the high 20s even in the winter. Summertime in the more northerly islands –
Jamaica and the Dominican Republic – gets even hotter, with temperatures climbing into the 30s
Summer is also when you’ll see the most rain, although it tends to come in short, sharp bursts in the afternoon or evening. Hurricane season falls between June and November,
but severe storms are pretty rare, and Aruba sits completely outside the hurricane belt.
Lively calypso beats, stunning natural wonders and some of the worldâ€™s best beaches make Barbados a favourite Caribbean island. From the star-studded
Platinum Coast to the family-friendly all-inclusives and local fish-fry celebrations, this island has something for everyone.
The capital city, Bridgetown, shows off the quirkier side to holidays in Barbados. Itâ€™s here the Caribbean influence collides head on
with the heritage left over from British rule. You can watch a game of cricket on the green and stand in the shadow of the admiral Nelson statue.
Disabled holidays in Barbados are fantastic.
Sugary sands, bright blue seas and plenty of sultry merengue â€“ holidays to La Romana put a
Latino twist on the Caribbean. Expect long sweeps of sand, glossy palms and bath-warm waters.
La Romana town itself offers up miniature haciendas, cigar shops and noisy street markets â€“
not to mention a plush, restaurant-packed marina. La Romama is a great wheelchair accessible resort.
Made up of around 30 resorts dotted over hundreds of square miles, Punta Cana is where the A-listers like to lounge.
The Clintons, Beyonce and Brad Pitt have all been papped here, and itâ€™s easy to see why.
Punta Cana is home to Bavaro - an area of beach resorts which is reached by lanes lined with mangroves and
sugar plantations, it's one the most popular resorts in the Caribbean and itâ€™s made up of stylish complexes, golf fairways and a handful of shopping and entertainment plazas.
This is an ultra-secluded resort, itâ€™s got textbook Caribbean looks and
it's a great location for disabled wheelchair users looking to relax.
Playa, as the locals call it, is touted as Mexicoâ€™s very own Miami Beach. Youâ€™ll find it about an hourâ€™s drive down the coast from
party-hard Cancun. Itâ€™s got a bit of a cosmopolitan feel to it, thanks to a bustling
main square and a string of designer shops, art galleries and eateries â€“ known as 5th Avenue.
A disabled holiday in Playa del Carmen shows a different side to the Mexican Caribbean making this area
a must see for disabled wheelchair users.
Aquamarine waters, blue skies and whitewashed beaches â€“ Cozumel disabled holidays are a small glimpse into paradise.
If youâ€™re looking to experience Mexicoâ€™s natural beauty, youâ€™ve come to the right place. Sweet Caribbean sunshine
and a taste of laid-back island life is the order of the day on Mexicoâ€™s largest and most popular island. This holiday hotspot is famed for its unspoilt landscape â€“
making it the ideal place to relax on the beach or view the spectacular range of marine life beneath the surface.
Accessible accommodation allows wheelchair users to relax in this incredible resort.
Montego Bay are two words that have become synonymous with Caribbean paradise. If youâ€™re seduced by bright blue skies,
ice-white beaches, and miles of colourful coral reefs, youâ€™re in the right place. And not only does Moâ€™ Bay, as itâ€™s known, have some of the plushest hotels in Jamaica,
but after Kingston itâ€™s Jamaicaâ€™s second city, which means itâ€™s bubbling with life, night and day. Disabled holidays in Montego Bay will take you to paradise.
Here at Disabled Access Holidays our devoted sales team, with over 15 years combined experience, will help you find and book your dream accessible holiday.
They will guide you through your options and will help you make the best decision based on your needs and what you are looking for. Each disabled holiday
is tailor made to the client so no two holidays are the same.