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We listened when our clients asked us if we could help them plan accessible vacations in the Caribbean.  After extensive Caribbean accessibility research, we are now able to provide you with the same level of high-quality accessible experiences that we’ve been doing for years in Europe! 

In order to avoid getting lost in the shuffle of the 900 pages on the Sage Traveling website, we have launched an entirely new website, www.AccessibleCaribbeanVacations.com.

Our Caribbean services are based on the same values we have used for years:

Reliability – We know that you need reliable accessibility to have a stress-free vacation experience. Consequently we conducted first-hand accessibility inspections across 15 Caribbean islands. Our Caribbean services match the reliability of our European services that you’re used to.

Convenience – One of the main reasons that I started Sage Traveling was to offer travelers an alternative to the 40+ hours I spent researching and planning one of my own trips.  In the Caribbean, one of our accessible travel consultants will be a single point of contact to plan all aspects of your trip thereby saving you a ton of time!

Exclusive Experiences – Vacationing is about so much more than being there…it’s about having a great time every day of your trip!  We have teamed with local partners to design accessible cruise excursions that provide you lifelong vacation memories!

Here are a few examples of the top accessible land activities you can choose from (I’ll list the top accessible water activitiesnext month):

1. Explore accessible Mayan ruins – Centuries before Columbus landed in North America, Mayans were building towns and temples.  Accessibility challenges exist, but we can advise which Mayan ruins meet your accessibility needs.

Accessible Mayan Ruins

Visiting accessible Mayan ruins
is possible in the Caribbean

2. Explore historical forts and plantations – The competition for colonialism is preserved in fortifications built hundreds of years ago.  Some forts, including those in San Juan, can be visited in a wheelchair or mobility scooter.

3. Learn about pirates & shipwrecks – The shipwreck museums in  Grand Turk are accessible for many disabled visitors.  You can view shipwreck artifacts that were lost for hundreds of years!

4. View breathtaking scenery – If you have any interest in seeing mountains, jungle, or waterfalls, you can view all of them in islands like Jamaica, Grenada, and Dominica.

5. Make friends with wildlife – No accessible vacation in the Caribbean is complete without some wildlife. Monkeys, iguanas, and sea turtles are just a few of the types of wildlife that disabled travelers can expect to see in the Caribbean.

Making friends with sea turtles

Why not make friends with a sea
turtle during your vacation?

6. Sample multiple cultures & cuisines – Different islands have different heritages including British, Spanish, and Jamaican.  You can experience all of these on a single vacation!

7. Shop duty-free – Whether you’re looking for tropical souvenirs or discounts on jewelry, we’ll tell you which islands on your itinerary are the best options for accessible shopping.

8. Lunch with an ocean-front view – Are you wanting to skip sightseeing and just relax?  We’ll let you know where are the best options for unwinding at an accessible restaurant overlooking the ocean.

Accessible lunch views

Lunch is better when you’re
overlooking tropical waters!

SPECIAL OFFER:  As a token of appreciation for our newsletter readers, we’re offer you a special discount of $50 off any accessible Caribbean shore excursion that you book in the next 14 days (you can travel any time…you just need to book in the next 14 days). Please mention promo code “ACV-Launch” when booking.

Don’t forget that you always get $50 off every shore excursion when you book your cruise through Accessible Caribbean Vacations!

Check out the NEW
Accessible Caribbean Vacations website

 

Next Month:  Part 2 – Top Accessible Water Activities

 

Travel Wisely,

John Sage, Founder and President of Sage Traveling


Email: john@sagetraveling.com
Phone: US: 1-888-645-7920, UK: +44 20 3540 6155
Web: https://www.sagetraveling.com

By John Sage

royal-caribbean-accessible-cruisesAccessibility on Royal Caribbean cruise ships is some of the best I’ve encountered anywhere, especially on some of the newer ships.

Accessibility features like automated doors in the windy areas of the ship, disabled lifts into the pools, and accessible theatre seating are just a few of the amenities that disabled cruisers will enjoy.

Three accessible Royal Caribbean cruise ships sail in the Mediterranean.  Each is of a different ship class and each sails different itineraries.  Some sail the same itineraries over and over.

  1. The Splendour of the Seas is a Vision Class ship which is a few generations old. It primarily sails from Venice and was built in 1996.
  2. The Serenade of the Seas is a Radiance Class ship (which is newer than the Vision Class) and sails from Barcelona, Rome, and Venice.   It was built in 2003 and has a 2490 passenger capacity.
  3. The Liberty of the Seas is part of one of the newest classes of Royal Caribbean ships, the Freedom Class, and was launched in 2007.  It sails in the Western Mediterranean and you can board in Rome or Barcelona.

In Europe, Royal Caribbean offers numerous accessible shore excursions, however some cruisers have expressed disappointment at the brevity of their accessible tours.  We at Sage Traveling are able to complement their tours with 200+ private accessible shore excursions that allow you to see and do much more including visiting tourist site interiors, tasting local cuisine, and walking/rolling through the charming city centers where the large tour buses aren’t permitted. All of our accessible cruise excursions can be customized to match your interests.

 

Learn about the 6 Benefits of Booking Your Cruise through Sage Traveling

  1. Exclusive Cruise Discounts – We can get you better deals than if you book direct
  2. €50 off each Shore Excursion – Receive discounted rates if you book your cruise through us
  3. Pre-trip Accessibility Consultation – We help you make informed decisions
  4. Pre-cruise Accessible Hotel Recommendations – We have personally inspected accessibility of hotel rooms and the surrounding neighborhoods
  5. Emergency Support during your Trip – We quickly solve your accessibility problems based on years of experience doing it for other clients
  6. Sage Accessibility Guides for each port – Our Sage Accessibility Guides contain essential accessibility advice for each port

 

Get a Cruise Quote

 

Cruises from Barcelona

Royal Caribbean’s 7-Night Western Mediterranean Cruise on Liberty of the Seas

Departing every Sunday, this 7 night accessible Barcelona cruise allows North American residents to visit Europe using only 5 vacation days away from work!  Alternatively, you can easily spend 2 or 3 days beforehand visiting the spectacular cities and accessible beaches of Barcelona.  We even had one client who spent a week in Paris then took an accessible train to board this cruise in Barcelona….what a trip!

The Liberty of the Seas is a Freedom Class ship built in 2007.  It is part of one of the newer Royal Caribbean ship classes which has excellent accessibility.  It is the newest accessible Royal Caribbean cruise ship that sails in the Mediterranean and is the only one with a Royal Promenade.

Because this cruise has accessible shore excursions available in every port & Sage Accessibility Guides available in 5 of the 6 ports, we named it one of the Top 50 Accessible Vacations in Europe.

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  • 7 Nights, Round-trip Barcelona
  • 2014 Sailing Dates: Departs every Sunday starting May 18
  • 2015 Sailing Dates: Contact Us
  • 100% of the ports have accessible excursions available
Port

Royal Caribbean Accessible Tours

Sage Accessible Tours

Sage Accessibility Guide *

Barcelona, Spain

 2

 4

Yes

Marseilles (Provence), France

 1

 6

Yes

Nice, France

 0

 5

No

Livorno (Florence/Pisa), Italy

 2

 7

Yes

Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

 4

 8

Yes

Naples (Pompeii), Italy

 2

 9

Yes

Barcelona, Spain

 2

 4

Yes

Contact us to check rates and availability

 

* Note – Sage Accessibility Guides are only available if you book your cruise through Sage Traveling

 

Royal Caribbean’s 12-Night Mediterranean (Itinerary A) Cruise on Serenade of the Seas

Royal Caribbean offers two Grand Mediterranean cruise itineraries from Barcelona, and this one is more accessible.  Accessible shore excursions are available in 100% of the ports.

This 12 night accessible Royal Caribbean cruise from Barcelona visits both East and West ports in the Mediterranean.  In the West, you’ll have stops in both Spain (Barcelona) and France (Cannes).  Three Italian ports are included on this itinerary (Florence, Rome, and Naples).  In the East, you’ll visit the magnificent ruins at Ephesus, the extinct volcanic island of Santorini, and the Acropolis in Athens.

The Serenade of the Seas is a Radiance Class ship that was built in 2003.  It has 16 bars and lounges, a Solarium adults-only pool, a pool-side outdoor movie screen, and more.

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  • 12 Nights, Round-trip Barcelona
  • 2014 Sailing Dates: 5/23, 6/16, 7/10, 8/3
  • 2015 Sailing Dates: Contact Us
  • 100% of the ports have accessible excursions available
Port

Royal Caribbean Accessible Tours

Sage Accessible Tours

Sage Accessibility Guide

Barcelona, Spain

 2

 4

Yes

Cannes, France

 1

 3

No

Livorno (Florence/Pisa), Italy

 2

 7

Yes

Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

 4

 8

Yes

Athens, Greece

 1

 7

Yes

Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey

 1

 4

Yes

Santorini, Greece

 0

 3

No

Naples (Pompeii), Italy

 2

 9

Yes

Barcelona, Spain

 2

 4

Yes

Contact us to check rates and availability

 

Royal Caribbean’s 12-Night Mediterranean (Itinerary B) Cruise on Serenade of the Seas

This 12 night accessible Barcelona cruise is slightly different than the cruise mentioned above. Instead of going to Greece and Turkey, this cruise sails up the Adriatic Sea to visit Venice, Ravenna, and Montenegro.  Travelers interested in Italy will love that this has 5 Italian Ports of Call!

Like the above itinerary, this cruise is also on the Serenade of the Seas.

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  • 12 Nights, Round-trip Barcelona
  • 2014 Sailing Dates: 6/4, 6/28, 7/22, 8/15
  • 2015 Sailing Dates: Contact Us
  • 100% of the ports have accessible excursions available
Ports of Call

Royal Caribbean Accessible Tours

Sage Accessible Tours

Sage Accessibility Guide

Barcelona, Spain

 2

 4

Yes

Nice, France

 0

 5

No

Livorno (Florence/Pisa), Italy

 2

 7

Yes

Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

 4

 8

Yes

Naples (Pompeii), Italy

 2

 9

Yes

Venice, Italy

 1

 6

Yes

Ravenna, Italy

 1

 1

Yes

Kotor, Montenegro

 0

 2

Yes

Barcelona, Spain

 2

 4

Yes

Contact us to check rates and availability

Cruises from Rome

Royal Caribbean’s 7-Night Western Mediterranean Cruise on Liberty of the Seas

With accessible excursions available in every port, Sage Accessibility Guides available in 5 of the 6 ports, and the newest Royal Caribbean cruise ship in the Mediterranean, it’s no wonder that this cruise was named one of our Top 12 Accessible Mediterranean Cruises.

This accessible Royal Caribbean cruise visits to top destinations in the Western Mediterranean: Pompeii, Florence, Pisa, Barcelona, Provence, and the French Riviera. Because this cruise departs and returns every Thursday, you can easily spend a few days after your cruise visiting the Eternal city of Rome!

The Liberty of the Seas is part of the Freedom Class which is one of Royal Caribbean’s newest ship classes.  It features some of the top RCCL features including the Vitality Spa, the DreamWorks Experience, and the Saturday Night Fever musical.

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  • 7 Nights, Round-trip Civitavecchia
  • 2014 Sailing Dates: Departs every Thursday starting May 22
  • 2015 Sailing Dates: Contact Us
  • 100% of the ports have accessible excursions available
Ports of Call

Royal Caribbean Accessible Tours

Sage Accessible Tours

Sage Accessibility Guide

Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

 4

 8

Yes

Naples (Pompeii), Italy

 2

 9

Yes

Barcelona, Spain

 2

 4

Yes

Marseilles (Provence), France

 1

 6

Yes

Nice, France

 0

 5

No

Livorno (Florence/Pisa), Italy

 2

 7

Yes

Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

 4

 8

Yes

 Contact us to check rates and availability

 

* Get €50 off each excursion if you book your cruise through Sage Traveling

Royal Caribbean’s 9-Night Greek Isles Cruise on Serenade of the Seas

This accessible Royal Caribbean cruise nearly received our designation at the Top Accessible Eastern Mediterranean Cruise from Rome.

With 5 stops in Greece (including the most two most spectacular islands of Santorini & Mykonos) and a stop in Ephesus, Turkey, you’ll get to experience many of the wonders of the Eastern Mediterranean.  This cruise includes the possibility of accessible tours of the ruins of Olympia, the ruins of the Parthenon, and the ruins of the Parthenon.

The Serenade of the Seas was built in 2003 and is a Radiance Class ship which was the last class before Royal Caribbean began building ships with the Royal Promenade.

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  • 9 Nights, Round-trip Civitavecchia
  • 2014 Sailing Dates: 10/11, 10/20
  • 2015 Sailing Dates: Contact Us
  • 100% of the ports have accessible excursions available
Ports of Call

Royal Caribbean Accessible Tours

Sage Accessible Tours

Sage Accessibility Guide

Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

 4

 8

Yes

Santorini, Greece

 0

 3

No

Mykonos, Greece

 0

 1

Yes

Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey

 1

 4

Yes

Athens, Greece

 1

 7

Yes

Chania (Crete), Greece

 0

 1

No

Katakolon (Olympia), Greece

 0

 2

No

Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

 4

 8

Yes

Contact us to check rates and availability

 

 

Royal Caribbean’s 12-Night Adriatic Cruise on Serenade of the Seas

One of the longest of Royal Caribbean’s cruises, this 12 night accessible Rome cruise visits 9 ports, all of which have accessible shore excursion options. It concentrates on Italy and the Adriatic Sea including Croatia, Slovenia, and Montenegro.  Some itineraries visit Malta instead of Koper. This cruise was a runner-up for our Top Accessible Adriatic Cruise from Rome.

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  • 12 Nights, Round-trip Civitavecchia
  • 2014 Sailing Dates: 9/5, 9/17, 9/29
  • 2015 Sailing Dates: Contact Us
  • 100% of the ports have accessible excursions available
Ports of Call

Royal Caribbean Accessible Tours

Sage Accessible Tours

Sage Accessibility Guide

Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

 4

 8

Yes

Naples (Pompeii), Italy

 2

 9

Yes

Messina (Sicily), Italy

 0

 5

No

Split, Croatia

 1

 2

Yes

Koper, Slovenia

 1

 3

Yes

Venice, Italy

 1

 6

Yes

Dubrovnik, Croatia

 1

 3

Yes

Kotor, Montenegro

 0

 2

Yes

Corfu, Greece

 0

 1

No

Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

 4

 8

Yes

Contact us to check rates and availability

 

 

Cruises from Venice

Royal Caribbean’s 7-Night Eastern Mediterranean Cruise on Splendour of the Seas

This cruise was named one of the Top 50 Accessible European Vacation & one of the Top 12 Accessible Mediterranean Cruises. In fact, out of all the cruises from Venice this cruise is our top recommendation for an accessible Eastern Mediterranean cruise.

On this Royal Caribbean accessible cruise, you’ll have a variety of memorable experiences.  An accessible boat tour through the unique canals of Venice will start your cruise.  You’ll get to visit the medieval city of Dubrovnik and the ancient city of Ephesus.  The scenic volcanic island of Santorini and the ruins of Olympia are also on this itinerary.

Accessible shore excursions are available in every port.  The Sage Accessibility Guides for Santorini and Katakolon will be researched and written later this year.

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  • 7 Nights, Round-trip Venice
  • 2014 Sailing Dates: 6/21, 8/2, 8/16, 8/30, 9/13, 9/27, 10/11, 10/25, 11/8
  • 2015 Sailing Dates: Contact Us
  • 100% of the ports have accessible excursions available
Ports of Call

Royal Caribbean Accessible Tours

Sage Accessible Tours

Sage Accessibility Guide

Venice, Italy

 1

 6

Yes

Dubrovnik, Croatia

 1

 3

Yes

Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey

 1

 4

Yes

Santorini, Greece

 0

 3

No

Katakolon (Olympia), Greece

 0

 2

No

Venice, Italy

 1

 6

Yes

 Contact us to check rates and availability

Royal Caribbean’s 7-Night Greek Isles Cruise on Splendour of the Seas

Although Royal Caribbean doesn’t offer many accessible shore excursions on this cruise, Sage Traveling has got you covered!  We can offer accessible tours in Venice, Kotor, Corfu, Athens, and Mykonos.  Contact us to discuss your accessible shore excursion options!

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  • 7 Nights, Round-trip Venice
  • 2014 Sailing Dates: 5/31, 6/28, 8/9, 8/23, 9/6, 9/20, 10/18, 11/1
  • 2015 Sailing Dates: Contact Us
  • 100% of the ports have accessible excursions available
Ports of Call

Royal Caribbean Accessible Tours

Sage Accessible Tours

Sage Accessibility Guide

Venice, Italy

 1

 6

Yes

Kotor, Montenegro

 0

 2

Yes

Corfu, Greece

 0

 1

No

Athens, Greece

 1

 7

Yes

Mykonos, Greece

 0

 1

Yes

Venice, Italy

 1

 6

Yes

 Contact us to check rates and availability

Royal Caribbean’s 11-Night Greek Isles & Turkey Cruise on Serenade of the Seas

This accessible Royal Caribbean cruise from Venice is the longest cruise that RCCL offers from Venice. You’ll be able to get a taste of 4 Eastern Mediterranean countries:  Croatia (Dubrovnik & Split), Greece (Athens & Santorini), Turkey (Bodrum & Ephesus), and Italy (Venice).  All ports have accessible shore excursions options!

This cruise itinerary sails on the Serenade of the Seas which is the newest Royal Caribbean cruise ship that sails out of Venice.

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  • 11 Nights, Round-trip Venice
  • 2014 Sailing Dates: 9/15, 10/6
  • 2015 Sailing Dates: Contact Us
  • 100% of the ports have accessible excursions available
Ports of Call

Royal Caribbean Accessible Tours

Sage Accessible Tours

Sage Accessibility Guide

Venice, Italy

 1

 6

Yes

Dubrovnik, Croatia

 1

 3

Yes

Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey

 1

 4

Yes

Bodrum, Turkey

 0

 1

No

Rhodes, Greece

 0

 2

No

Santorini, Greece

 0

 3

No

Split, Croatia

 1

 2

Yes

Venice, Italy

 1

 6

Yes

 Contact us to check rates and availability

 

Other Royal Caribbean Cruises that did not make our “Top 9”

Several other cruises did not make our list of Best of Accessible Royal Caribbean Cruises:

  • 7 Night Greek Isles from Venice – Itinerary A (77% of ports have accessible excursion options)
  • 7 Night Greek Isles from Venice – Itinerary B (86%)
  • 10 Night Greek Isles from Venice (89%)
  • 7 Night Eastern Med from Venice (100%)

These itineraries may work for some disabled and senior cruisers.  Contact us for information on these cruises.

 

Learn about the 6 Benefits of Booking Your Cruise through Sage Traveling

  1. Exclusive Cruise Discounts – We can get you better deals than if you book direct
  2. €50 off each Shore Excursion – Receive discounted rates if you book your cruise through us
  3. Pre-trip Accessibility Consultation – We help you make informed decisions
  4. Pre-cruise Accessible Hotel Recommendations – We have personally inspected accessibility of hotel rooms and the surrounding neighborhoods
  5. Emergency Support during your Trip – We quickly solve your accessibility problems based on years of experience doing it for other clients
  6. Sage Accessibility Guides for each port – Our Sage Accessibility Guides contain essential accessibility advice for each port

 

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Read more:

Europe Accessible Cruising Advice
How to Choose Your Accessible Cruise
Accessible Mediterranean Cruise Port Reviews
Accessible Mediterranean Cruise Excursions
Top 12 Accessible Mediterranean Cruise Itineraries
Top 6 Accessible Cruises from Athens
Top 6 Accessible Cruises from Barcelona
Top 5 Accessible Cruises from Istanbul
Top 9 Accessible Cruises from Rome
Top 11 Accessible Cruises from Venice
Best of Accessible Azamara Cruises
Best of Accessible Celebrity Cruises
Best of Accessible Crystal Cruises
Best of Accessible Disney Cruises
Best of Accessible Holland America Cruises
Best of Accessible Norwegian Cruises
Best of Accessible Princess Cruises
Best of Accessible Royal Caribbean Cruises
6 Benefits of Booking Your Cruise through Sage Traveling

Join us for an adventure of a lifetime as we sail through the Alaska Inside Passage on board one on the world’s most groundbreaking cruise ships! On this accessible group cruise, you will get to visit Juneau, Skagway and Victoria, B.C.; You will experience the stunning landscape of Alaska and its rugged wilderness, imposing glaciers, and amazing mountain views.;You will have the opportunity to spot huge cold-water wales or take a helicopter ride to see the rough and tumble landscape of Alaska below.;

Enjoy getting to know fellow group travelers and have the benefit of being accompanied by one of Sage Traveling’s accessible travel consultants who can help with any questions or challenges that may arise.;

We invite you to enjoy this carefully planned accessible experience and encourage you to invite your family and friends to join us too!

This will be an extraordinary experience you do not want to miss!

Alaskan-Cruise-Ship

 

Group Cruise Overview:

  • June 24th -July 1st, 2022
  • Round-trip from Seattle, USA
  • Ship: Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas
  • Itinerary: Seattle- Alaska Inside Passage-Juneau-Skagway-Victoria- Seattle

 

Cruise Itinerary:

Alaskan-Cruise-itinerary

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Group Cruise Details

 

Benefits of Group Cruising with Sage Traveling:

  • Meet and share experiences with other disabled travelers and their families!
  • You are guaranteed an accessible cruise cabin with wide doors, grab bars, roll-in showers, and extra space to navigate a wheelchair or mobility scooter.
  • You will experience step-free routes on our Sage Traveling add-on tour selections.
  • Days-at-Sea with time to rest, relax and enjoy the onboard amenities in between your excursions.
  • Onboard Tour Leader (Sage Traveling Accessible Travel Specialist) will be there to ensure that you have a smooth, worry-free time throughout your trip.

About your Ship Ovation of the Seas:

  • Biggest, boldest cruise ship to ever sail Alaska
  • North-Star – highest vantage point on any cruise ship allows you to soar high above the ship taking in beautiful scenery
  • Spectacular Entertainment including shows, music, shopping, wine tasting, hobby classes, dance lessons, games, on board casino and much more
  • Mouth-watering cuisine including Jamie’s Italian by world famous chef Jamie Oliver
  • Experience service by Robot Bartenders

 

Add-on Accessible Shore Excursion Selections:

Sage Traveling offers exclusive, exciting accessible tours in Skagway and Juneau at additional cost. These will be open to book for every group cruise participant. The options are: 

Skagway: Book Sage Traveling’s Accessible Rent a Jeep, Self-Guided Tour of the Yukon.  On this excursion, see the beautiful sites of the Yukon at your own pace.  This excursion uses a regular jeep, so guests must be able to take a big step up into the jeep.  A foldable manual wheelchair can be stored in the back.

Juneau: Sage Traveling offers a Wheelchair Accessible Whale-Watching Tour. This memorable accessible whale watching tour gives you a front row seat to experience playful Alaskan wildlife.

Sage Traveling is also offering an exclusiveAccessible Glacier Helicopter Tour in Juneau. You will have the opportunity to experience spectacular rock formation and icefalls of the Juneau Icefield as you enjoy interesting narration by your pilot-guide.   

 

Check out John Sage’s video on our accessible Glacier Helicopter flight in Juneau!

 

Additionally, our accessible travel consultants can help arrange other/more shore excursions offered directly by Royal Caribbean. Their excursions range from fully accessible excursions to more physically challenging options. 

 

Cruise Cost

Balcony Cabins: starting at $1795 per person based on double occupancy

*Your spot is reserved by a non-refundable $500 deposit per person.

** Note: We require insurance for all guests in our group trips

**Itineraries are subject to change.

 

Our 2022 Accessible Alaska Group Cruise is open to anyone

with limited mobility and their families and friends…

 

Contact Michelle to secure your accessible cabin today!

 

 

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This unique Accessible Polynesian Dinner Show with Accessible Transfers is one you won’t soon forget! Enjoy a fun evening of Polynesian music, dance, costumes, artifacts, and delicious foods, and take a stroll in the beautiful Tropical Gardens featuring gigantic tiki sculptures, waterfalls, and lagoons. This wheelchair friendly experience in Ft. Lauderdale includes round-trip accessible transportation to and from your accessible hotel as well as entrance tickets to the dinner show.

This wheelchair friendly experience begins outside your accessible Ft. Lauderdale hotel where your private driver and accessible vehicle will meet you and escort you to the Mai-Kai Islander Revue. Upon arrival, you will spend approximately 3 hours indulging in delicious foods, drinks and entertainment. You will have the option to choose between an appetizer, entrée and dessert as you sit down and relax at your table. The world-renowned show that you’ll see firsthand is performed by native Polynesian dancers, highlighted by the Tahitian Wedding Dance and the Samoan Fire and Knife Dance. Admire beautiful traditional costumes and fascinating dance routines that represent many of the islands that make up the South Pacific including Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa and New Zealand. The Revue reflects the music and culture of each island by interpreting ancient stories through song and dance. The actual show duration is about 50 minutes.

Following your dinner and show experience, you are invited to visit the beautiful Gardens which are mostly wheelchair accessible. The areas with the waterfalls can be accessed in a wheelchair. The onsite lounge is also located on the ground floor and available to Guests. At the end of your experience, your driver will be back to escort you back to your accessible Ft. Lauderdale hotel using a wheelchair friendly van.

The Wheelchair Friendly Polynesian Dinner Show with Accessible Transfers features:

  • Convenient accessible wheelchair accessible transfers to and from the show.
  • Accessible dinner and show experience.
  • Gardens with accessible path to waterfalls.

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Tour Highlights

  • Polynesian dance and music show
  • 3 course dinner
  • Wheelchair accessible transportation
  • Garden access

Accessibility Details

The Wheelchair Friendly Polynesian Dinner Show with Accessible Transfers has received a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it uses accessible transportation to and from the venue. The show and seating area is also wheelchair friendly and has an accessible bathroom available onsite. It did not receive a higher rating because the gift shop and certain parts of the Gardens have stairs and are not wheelchair accessible.

To access the show venue, you will use flat wheelchair accessible routes. Some wooden path areas are present through the Gardens.

 

Tour Details

Tour duration: 3 hours plus transportation time.

Cost:1 person USD 337, 2 people USD 379, 3 people USD 446, 4 people USD 488, 5 people USD 585, 6 people USD 627, 7 people USD 694, 8 people USD 736.

Days of the week the tour is offered: Wednesday through Sunday.

Meet-up time: Between Evening.

Meet-up place: Your accessible Ft. Lauderdale hotel.

Dress Code: Business casual dress code for the bar and dining rooms. No shoes meant for swimming or beach (flip flops or such sandals ok for the women). No swimwear or gym attire. No hats for men. No sleeveless shirts for men. Slacks or dressy shorts are required for men.

To review our cancellation policy please click: HERE

Tours run rain or shine.

Not included: Snacks, meals and gratuities

 

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If you’re looking for a unique experience of nature and wildlife, this Wheelchair Accessible Botanical Gardens and Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary is perfect for you. Enjoy a 3-hour adventure exploring the beautiful Flamingo Gardens Botanical Garden. This place is home to more than 3000 species of rare and exotic, tropical, sub-tropical and native plants, and some of the largest trees in the state of Florida. Make a visit to the Wray Home Museum from 1933 nestled in the Botanical Garden, which provides a glimpse of life in South Florida in the 1930s and visit the Bird of Prey Center, a showcase of South Florida’s Raptors in their naturalistic habitat. This tour combines accessible rolling routes with an accessible tram tour.

Your wheelchair friendly tour of the Botanical Gardens and Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary begins by meeting your tour guide at the Welcome Center located in the Gift Shop. From here, you will begin your nature adventure consisting of several parts. Enjoy a slow-paced walking/rolling tour of the beautiful Gardens using wheelchair accessible paths and embark on an accessible tram and sit back and relax as you explore the lush, remote 42 acres of the Flamingo Gardens. Admire original jungle growth as it would have appeared when the Seminole Indians occupied it, and travel through a unique native hammock of 200-year-old Live Oaks. You’ll also see the mitigated wetlands where the staff release many of the juvenile birds that are born in the Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary. Along the tour, you’ll stop to visit with onsite animals. Note, this is not a zoo. All the animals here go to rehab to be released back into the wild. If that is not possible, they are provided a safe, permanent home to live out their life. You will have an opportunity to get off the tram to stroll along the Pioneer Walkway to discover native Florida plants. The tram ride is fully narrated by your tour guide, sharing interesting facts and history about the site and the wildlife here with you.

On this wheelchair friendly tour, you’ll visit the 1933 Wray Home Museum built by Floyd and Jane Wray. In 1975, the building became an Everglades Museum and in 1991 it was restored to depict a typical South Florida country home of the 1930s. Today, the Wray home exhibits significant items connected with the Wrays and Flamingo Groves including family portraits, thank you letters from President and Mrs. Eisenhower for delivery of fruit to Key West and the White House, as well as other notable features of interest.

Escorted by your tour guide, you will enjoy a visit to the Bird of Prey Center. On a stroll here, you will see a variety of owls, vultures, hawks, falcons as well as Golden and Bald eagles. These birds are either at-risk or endangered and cannot be released because of injuries sustained in the wild. Each year, about 100 chicks are born in the Aviary and Bird of Prey Center, which are raised and then released into the wild to help perpetuate their species.

If you enjoy nature and wildlife, this Everglades Sanctuary tour shows how the venues here help provide residence to permanently injured and non-releasable birds and animals. It is home to the largest collection of Florida native wildlife, including alligators, bears, bobcats, eagles, otters, peacocks and flamingos.

The Wheelchair Accessible Botanical Gardens and Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary

  • Convenient accessible tour routes confirmed to be wheelchair accessible (step and curb free and accessible toilets along the route).
  • Accessible tram experience
  • Tour guide experienced in touring the Botanical Gardens with disabled guests and their families.

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Tour Highlights

  • Botanical Gardens
  • Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Accessible Tram
  • Wrays Home Museum
  • Bird Prey Center

Accessibility Details

The Wheelchair Accessible Botanical Gardens and Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary Sanctuary has received a 3 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it is entirely step-free, and the accessible tram has a ramp for wheelchair access. The route is approximately 2 miles of walking/rolling at a slow pace. It did not receive a higher rating because you may experience some mild hills along the tour routes.

You will experience paved areas around the visitor center and museums.

The open-air tram has a tramp and can fit one wheelchair per departure.

An accessible restroom is available onsite as well.

Tour Details

Tour duration: 3 hours

Cost:1-2 people $440, 3 people $490, 4 people $540, 5 people $590, 6 people $640, 7 people $690, 8 people $740

Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week

Meet-up time: Between 9:30 AM and 5:00 PM

Meet-up place: Visitor Center

,p>Dress code: Weather suitable clothing advised

Entrance tickets: Included

Not Included: Snacks/meals and gratuities

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Abundant sun and palm trees, 300+ days of sunshine per year, and miles of golden sand beaches, Ft. Lauderdale is a true holiday gem for visitors from all over the world. Guests here can also enjoy fascinating nature, boating fun events and cool attractions – the city has something for everyone. Whether you’re in town for a pre-or post-cruise stay, or if you’re spending an entire vacation here, you’ll appreciate the accessible unique experiences you can have here.  Explore the Everglades and lush nature firsthand, relax at the beach and/or enjoy a memorable Polynesian show up-close. You’ll also have endless opportunities to indulge in delicious Caribbean and Islander inspired foods in this part of Florida.

 

Our accessible Ft. Lauderdale guided tours are designed to avoid steps and hilly terrain. We use the most accessible routes, and our tour guides have extensive experience navigating the area firsthand with disabled clients and their families. To make it easier for you, we have included accessible transportation to and from your tours, which means you’ll have less to coordinate and worry about, and more time to enjoy your time in Ft. Lauderdale.

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Wheelchair Accessible Botanical Gardens and Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary

If you’re looking for a unique experience of nature and wildlife, this Wheelchair Accessible Botanical Gardens and Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary is perfect for you. Enjoy a 3-hour adventure exploring the beautiful Flamingo Gardens Botanical Garden. This place is home to more than 3000 species of rare and exotic, tropical, sub-tropical and native plants, and some of the largest trees in the state of Florida. Make a visit to the Wray Home Museum from 1933 nestled in the Botanical Garden, which provides a glimpse of life in South Florida in the 1930s and visit the Bird of Prey Center, a showcase of South Florida’s Raptors in their naturalistic habitat. This tour combines accessible rolling routes with an accessible tram tour.

Accessible Polynesian Dinner Show with Accessible Transfers

This unique Accessible Polynesian Dinner Show with Accessible Transfers is one you won’t soon forget! Enjoy a fun evening of Polynesian music, dance, costumes, artifacts, and delicious foods, and take a stroll in the beautiful Tropical Gardens featuring gigantic tiki sculptures, waterfalls, and lagoons. This wheelchair friendly experience in Ft. Lauderdale includes round-trip accessible transportation to and from your accessible hotel as well as entrance tickets to the dinner show.

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Immerse yourself into the fascinating, revolutionary history of Boston as you head out to explore 11 of the 16 official Freedom Trail historic sites on this Historic Highlights of Boston Wheelchair Accessible Tour. Escorted by your friendly and knowledgeable tour guide, you will use step-free tour routes to experience the Boston Common, Massachusetts State House, Park Street Church, Granary Burying Ground, King’s Chapel and many more highlights firsthand!

This accessible tour begins by the Boston Common Visitor Information Center (or Faneuil Hall for the reversed order) where you will be greeted by your private tour guide who is eager to share the city with you. Together, you will embark on a memorable approximately 1-mile stroll along the historic Freedom Trail, unveiling incredible sites and fascinating history for the next 2 hours.
Your first stop of the day will be the Boston Common, which was established in 1634 and is the oldest public park in America. Here, you will learn about how the Puritan colonists purchased the land rights to the Common’s 44 acres from the first European settler of the area, Anglican minister William Blackstone. Next, you will continue to the Massachusetts State House, designed by Charles Bulfinch. The State House has served as the seat of Massachusetts government since its opening in 1798.Admire the beautiful building from outside.
Your accessible Boston tour continues with the Park Street Church. Founded in 1809, the 217 ft. steeple of Park Street Church was one of the first landmark travelers saw when approaching Boston. You’ll also visit the 1660 Granary Burying Ground, where some of America’s most notable citizens rest as well as the 1686 King’s Chapel with over 330 years of history! Have your camera ready for some beautiful photos!
Other highlights along the tour include the 1635 Boston Latin School site, the oldest public school in America, as well as the Old Corner Bookstore, which is the oldest commercial building in downtown Boston. You will also see the Old South Meeting House where the Boston Tea Party began, and the site of the 1770 Boston Massacre.
The final stop of the day before ending your tour will be “the home of free speech” or “Cradle of Liberty”, Faneuil Hall. This was where America’s first Town Meeting was hosted. The Hall became home to an intricate collection of events that shaped the nation’s history.

The Historic Highlights of Boston Wheelchair Accessible Tour features:

  • Convenient accessible tour routes confirmed to be wheelchair accessible (step and curb free and accessible toilets along the route).
  • Accessible walking/rolling tour of the Boston Freedom Trail.
  • Experience the beauty of Boston and its history narrated by your experienced local Boston tour guide.

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Tour Highlights

  • Boston Common
  • Massachusetts State House
  • Park Street Church
  • Granary Burying Ground
  • King’s Chapel and King’s Chapel Burying Ground
  • Boston Latin School
  • Old Corner Bookstore
  • Old South Meeting House
  • Old State House
  • Boston Massacre Site
  • Faneuil Hall

Accessibility Details

The Historic Highlights of Boston Wheelchair Accessible Tour has received a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it is entirely step-free, and there is no need for transportation on this tour. The route is approximately 1 mile long at a slow pace. It did not receive a higher rating due to the layout of the city, you will experience some mild inclines and also some mild cobblestones. An accessible restroom is located by Faneuil Hall.
The tour route is mostly flat and step-free with curb cuts available. You will experience some mild inclines and curb cuts in a few places.

The areas by most of the highlights are similar to that of the Old State House and Park Street Church.

Tour Details

Tour duration: Approximately 2 hours 15 minutes.

Cost:1-2 people USD 247, 3-4 people USD 279, 5-6 people USD 311, 7-8 people USD 342

Cost: including 1 interior visit (approx. 3 hrs.): 1-2 people USD 303, 3-4 people USD 334, 5-6 people USD 366, 7-8 people USD 397.

Cost: including 2 interior visits (approx..3 hours and 45 minutes):1-2 people USD 358, 3-4 people USD 389, 5-6 people USD 421, 7-8 people USD 453.

Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week
Meet-up time: Between 9:30 AM and 3:00 PM, 7 days a week.
Meet-up place: Boston Common Visitor Information Center or Faneuil Hall for the reverse tour.
Dress code: Weather suitable clothing advised
Entrance tickets: Not included. However, there is an option to add 2 interior visits which adds 90 minutes to the tour (at an additional cost). You can choose two out of the Old South Meeting House, King’s Chapel or the New State House.

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With rich history, diverse neighborhoods, and a legacy of arts, culture, and education, Boston is a place for everyone! One of the best things about visiting Boston is that many of the best attractions are in walking/rolling distance of each other, making it easier to explore without having to worry about transportation. Among other things, visitors to Boston can enjoy exploring the Freedom Trail, the Quincy Market, the North End, the beautiful Waterfront and Newbury Street firsthand.

Boston is an old American city but still offers mostly good wheelchair access throughout. The challenges in the city center include some mild inclines and cobblestones.
Our accessible Boston guided tours are designed to avoid steps and severe cobblestones. We use the most accessible routes throughout the city and our tour guides have extensive experience navigating the area firsthand with disabled clients and their families.

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Historic Highlights of Boston Wheelchair Accessible Tour

Immerse yourself into the fascinating, revolutionary history of Boston as you head out to explore 11 of the 16 official Freedom Trail historic sites on this Historic Highlights of Boston Wheelchair Accessible Tour. Escorted by your friendly and knowledgeable tour guide, you will use step-free tour routes to experience the Boston Common, Massachusetts State House, Park Street Church, Granary Burying Ground, King’s Chapel and many more highlights firsthand!

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On This Essential St. Maarten Half-day Accessible Island Driving Tour, you will enjoy exploring the Dutch capital city of the island. Stop to admire beautiful panoramic views and embark on a short, fully accessible walking tour along the picturesque boardwalk and center of Phillipsburg. You will learn about the history of the Island that is split into the Dutch and French sides and have time for some shopping and lunch on your own if you desire.

The tour begins when you are met at the port or in your hotel lobby by our friendly driver/guide with a fully accessible, air-conditioned van. Your guide will take you out on a short drive with a stop at a scenic overlook. Here, you will be able to exit the van ad admire breathtaking views of the island and ocean. Have your camera ready! During this time, your guide will share interesting facts and history with you about the unique past and culture of the two-split island.

Next, you will be en-route to downtown Phillipsburg – the capital city of the Dutch side of the island. Escorted by your tour guide, you will explore the old, charming city center using accessible routes. See small historic monuments and do some souvenir shopping if you’d like. There will also be time to enjoy lunch on your own at one of the many restaurants lined along the fully accessible Phillipsburg boardwalk.

The Essential St. Maarten Half-day Accessible Island Driving Tour includes:

  • Half-day private tour with local tour guide
  • Walking tour of Philipsburg
  • Stop at one scenic overlook
  • Lunch in an authentic French or Caribbean cuisine restaurant (cost not included)
  • Transportation will occur in a wheelchair accessible van.
  • Wheelchair accessible routes used during walking portion of tour

 

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Tour Highlights

    • Scenic Lookout
    • Downtown Phillipsburg
    • Phillipsburg boardwalk
    • Shopping
    • Lunch on your own (cost not included)

Accessibility Description

The Essential St. Maarten Half-day Accessible Island Driving Tour has a 5-star accessibility rating. The route has been customized to make sure it is entirely step-free, and your knowledgeable tour guide is familiar with accessibility in each location. An accessible van equipped with a lift will be used between the different venues.

The accessible vans in St. Maarten are equipped with a lift for easy access.

During your accessible walking tour in Phillipsburg, your tour guide will lead you using accessible tour routes that have curb cuts and ramped access when needed.

The Boardwalk area is completely flat and smooth and offers several accessible restaurant options right by the water.

Tour Details

Duration: 4 hours.

Cost: $550 for 1-4 people* Save $50 when you book an accessible cruise + excursions package

Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week.

Meeting time: 9AM, 10AM, 11AM, or 12PM.

Meeting place: Cruise dock or hotel lobby

Number of people on tour: 1 – 4 people

Cancellation Policy: Please click: HERE. Tours run rain or shine.

Not included: Snacks/meals and gratuities.

 

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The St. Thomas Accessible Island Driving Tour offers a wonderful overview of the best sites and scenic views of the island of St. Thomas! Stop at breathtaking viewpoints for photos, visit Mountain Top for some accessible shopping and stop for a snack and panoramic views at Paradise Point. 

On this accessible island driving tour, you will be warmly greeted by your private driver/guide at the cruise dock or hotel lobby in a comfortable, air-conditioned accessible van that can accommodate a manual wheelchair, an electric wheelchair, or a mobility scooter. Rest assured this is not just a drive-by tour. You will have plenty of sites and experiences to choose from, which allows you to customize your itinerary to meet your interests and accessibility needs.

From the cruise dock or hotel lobby you will head out to explore St. Thomas. Your knowledgeable guide will share historical facts and their influence on present day St. Thomas. The driver/guide will take you to various look out points, including Mountain Top, Raphune Hill, and Paradise Point. All have spectacular views of St. Thomas and you’ll have ample time to take photos, enjoy a beverage and snack, shop, or just relax. Your experienced tour guide will direct you to accessible entrances, follow accessible routes, and point you in the right direction for accessible shopping, accessible restaurants and bar locations near the beach, and more.

The St. Thomas Accessible Island Driving Tour is designed to visit the unique and secret highlights of St. Thomas at a relaxing pace with a friendly guide that has experience touring with limited mobility travelers.

 

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The The St. Thomas Accessible Island Driving Tour includes:

  • Private guide/driver
  • Guide/Driver familiar with the needs of disabled travelers
  • Accessible van transportation
  • Accessible step free routes
  • Great photo opportunities

Tour Highlights:

  • Scenic Drive
  • Mountain Top
  • Paradise Point
  • Shopping
  • Panoramic Views

Accessibility Details:

The St. Thomas Accessible Island Driving Tour has received a 5-star accessibility rating. The route has been customized to make sure it is entirely step-free, and your knowledgeable tour guide is familiar with accessibility in each location. An accessible van equipped with a ramp will be used between the different venues. Accessible restrooms are also located along the route.

The accessible van in St. Thomas is equipped with a ramp for easy access.

 

 

Mountain Top offers wonderful accessibility with ramped access and flat surfaces. Extra wide doors make entering and exciting easy, and an accessible restroom is also available onsite.

 

 

Paradise Point has a long, ramped path to take you to the top. The top offer flat access with shops and seating areas. An accessible restroom is also available onsite.

 

 

TOUR DETAILS:

Duration: 4 hours
Cost: $400 for 1-2 people, $450 for 3-5 people 
*Save $50 when you book an accessible cruise & excursions package
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week.
Meeting time:  9AM, 10AM, 11AM, or 12PM
Meeting place: Cruise dock or hotel lobby
Number of people on tour: 1 – 5 people
To review our cancellation policy please click: HERE. Tours run rain or shine.

Not included: Entrance tickets, snacks, and gratuities.

 

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The St. Thomas Wheelchair Accessible Beach Excursion is a very popular and well-liked option because St. Thomas boasts some of the most accessible beaches in the Caribbean! It compliments many different interests, which makes it an ideal option for families. On your scenic drive to and from the beach you will also make short stop to admire an incredible panoramic view of the ocean and your cruise ship. Have your camera ready!

St. Thomas’ accessible beach has important qualities that promote an enjoyable and accessible beach excursion.

  1. An accessible beach with shallow and calm water
  2. Access to a beach wheelchair including assistance
  3. Accessible beach bathrooms
  4. Access to accessible restrooms
  5. Accessible restaurants overlooking the beach

 

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The St. Thomas Wheelchair Accessible Beach Excursion is the perfect excursion for people with limited mobility that wish to spend a day in the warm Caribbean sun. You will have access to a beach wheelchair and the possibility of renting snorkeling equipment. The coral reef and sea life are located within swimming distance of the uncrowded beach and the clear and calm Caribbean water that highlights every shade of blue is sure to mesmerize you!

On the way to the beach, you will enjoy a brief tour through town and stop at a lookout point to see your cruise ship.

The St. Thomas Wheelchair Accessible Beach Excursion includes:

  • Visit to a wheelchair accessible beach. Beach wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Snorkeling equipment can be reserved for you at $16.00 per set (mask, snorkel, fins)
  • Round-trip transportation in wheelchair accessible van.
  • A one-of-a-kind experience
  • Great photo opportunities

 

Accessibility Details

The St. Thomas Wheelchair Accessible Beach Excursion has received a 3-star accessibility rating. The route has been customized to make sure it is entirely step-free with access to the most accessible beach in St. Thomas. An accessible van equipped with a ramp will be used between the different venues. Accessible restrooms are also located along the route. It did not receive a higher rating because wheelchair users who wish to use the special beach wheelchair will need to be able to transfer into it.

The accessible van in St. Thomas is equipped with a ramp for easy access.

Magens Bay Beach offers paths into the sand that makes it easier for wheelchair users to navigate. A special beach wheelchair is also available on first-come-first-serve basis.

Accessible restrooms are available by the beach with extra wide doors and grab bars.

TOURS DETAILS:

Duration: 3 hours
Cost: $225 for 1-2 people, $270 for 3-5 people. Beach wheelchair is available on a “first-come, first-served” basis
* 50 euro off if booked as part of an accessible cruise & excursions package
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week.
Meeting time: 9AM, 10AM, 11AM, or 12PM
Meeting place: Cruise dock
Number of people on tour: 1 – 5 people
To review our cancellation policy please click: HERE. Tours run rain or shine.
Not included: Entrance tickets, snacks, and gratuities.

 

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The Best of St. Thomas Accessible Tour or Shore Excursion is literally that -The Best! It combines a visit to the best scenic sites of the island with some shopping as well as relaxing time at the beach. You get to do it all on this tour!

Your day will consist of two parts; during the first part you will enjoy a private guided tour of some of the best highlight of St. Thomas. Your knowledgeable guide will share historical facts and their influence on present day St. Thomas. The driver/guide will take you to various look out points, including Mountain Top, Raphune Hill, and Paradise Point. All have spectacular views of St. Thomas and you’ll have ample time to take photos, enjoy a beverage and snack, shop, or just relax. Your experienced tour guide will direct you to accessible entrances, follow accessible routes, and point you in the right direction for accessible shopping, accessible restaurants and bars..

The second part of this Best of St. Thomas excursion is an accessible beach visit. On the accessible beach, you will have access to a special beach wheelchair to help navigate the sand, and an option to rent snorkeling equipment.

Your full day of exploring the best of St. Thomas concludes with your private driver taking you back to the cruise dock where your next adventure awaits!

 

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The Best of St. Thomas Accessible Shore Excursion includes:

  • Private guide/driver
  • Guide/Driver familiar with the needs of disabled travelers
  • Accessible van transportation
  • Accessible step free routes
  • Great photo opportunities
  • Visit to accessible beach
  • Beach wheelchair

Tour Highlights:

  • Scenic Drive
  • Mountain Top
  • Paradise Point
  • Shopping
  • Panoramic Views
  • Accessibility Beach

Accessibility Details:

The St. Thomas Accessible Island Driving Tour has received a 5-star accessibility rating. The route has been customized to make sure it is entirely step-free, and your knowledgeable tour guide is familiar with accessibility in each location. An accessible van equipped with a ramp will be used between the different venues. Accessible restrooms are also located along the route.

The accessible van in St. Thomas is equipped with a ramp for easy access.

 

 

Mountain Top offers wonderful accessibility with ramped access and flat surfaces. Extra wide doors make entering and exciting easy, and an accessible restroom is also available onsite.

 

 

Paradise Point has a long, ramped path to take you to the top. The top offer flat access with shops and seating areas. An accessible restroom is also available onsite.

 

 

Magens Bay Beach offers paths into the sand that makes it easier for wheelchair users to navigate. A special beach wheelchair is also available on first-come-first-serve basis.

 

 

Accessible restrooms are available by the beach with extra wide doors and grab bars. .

 

 

TOUR DETAILS:

Duration: Full Day
Cost: $570 for 1-2 people, $630 for 3-4 people
* 5Save $50 when you book an accessible cruise & excursions package
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week.
Meeting time: Morning
Meeting place: Cruise dock or hotel lobby
Number of people on tour: 1 – 8 people
To review our cancellation policy please click: HERE. Tours run rain or shine.

Not included: Entrance tickets, snacks, and gratuities.

 

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St. Thomas is one of our most popular Caribbean destinations and it is also one of my top recommendations for disabled and senior vacationers. While the island is only 32 square miles in size, it has a broad range of things to see and do; lounge on the beach, splash in the sea, go scuba diving, sightseeing, shopping or enjoy some delicious island food. With our accessible St. Thomas tours and excursions, you are sure to satisfy all interests of your family!

 

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St. Thomas Accessible Island Driving Tour
Our most accessible St. Thomas Tour!

The St. Thomas Accessible Island Driving Tour offers a wonderful overview of the best sites and scenic views of the island of St. Thomas! Stop at breathtaking viewpoints for photos, visit Mountain Top for some accessible shopping and stop for a snack and panoramic views at Paradise Point.

 


St. Thomas Wheelchair Accessible Beach Excursion
Ideal tour for families!

The St. Thomas Wheelchair Accessible Beach Excursion is a very popular and well-liked option because St. Thomas boasts some of the most accessible beaches in the Caribbean! It compliments many different interests, which makes it an ideal option for families. On your scenic drive to and from the beach you will also make a short stop to admire an incredible panoramic view of the ocean and your cruise ship. Have your camera ready!

 


Best of St. Thomas Accessible Tour or Shore Excursion
Ideal tour for families!

The Best of St. Thomas Accessible Tour or Shore Excursion is literally that -The Best! It combines a visit to the best scenic sites of the island with some shopping as well as relaxing time at the beach. You get to do it all on this tour!

 

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St. Thomas is one of our most popular Caribbean destinations and it is also one of my top recommendations for disabled and senior vacationers. While the island is only 32 square miles in size, it has a broad range of things to see and do; lounge on the beach, splash in the sea, go scuba diving, sightseeing, shopping or enjoy some delicious island food. With our accessible St. Thomas tours and excursions, you are sure to satisfy all interests of your family!

 

Book an Accessible Tour

 

St. Thomas Accessible Island Driving Tour
Our most accessible St. Thomas Tour!

The St. Thomas Accessible Island Driving Tour offers a wonderful overview of the best sites and scenic views of the island of St. Thomas! Stop at breathtaking viewpoints for photos, visit Mountain Top for some accessible shopping and stop for a snack and panoramic views at Paradise Point.

 


St. Thomas Wheelchair Accessible Beach Excursion
Ideal tour for families!

The St. Thomas Wheelchair Accessible Beach Excursion is a very popular and well-liked option because St. Thomas boasts some of the most accessible beaches in the Caribbean! It compliments many different interests, which makes it an ideal option for families. On your scenic drive to and from the beach you will also make a short stop to admire an incredible panoramic view of the ocean and your cruise ship. Have your camera ready!

 


Best of St. Thomas Accessible Tour or Shore Excursion
Ideal tour for families!

The Best of St. Thomas Accessible Tour or Shore Excursion is literally that -The Best! It combines a visit to the best scenic sites of the island with some shopping as well as relaxing time at the beach. You get to do it all on this tour!

 

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If you are looking for a budget-friendly, yet interesting way to explore the Dutch capital city of St. Maarten, this Philipsburg Accessible Guided Walking Tour is a great option for you! With the port being in walking/rolling distance from the city center, you won’t need any transportation on this tour. Learn about the fascinating history and culture of Phillipsburg, as your tour guide leads you through the old streets, the city center, and the picturesque boardwalk.

Your accessible tour of Phillipsburg begins when you are greeted by our local, friendly tour guide by the port. You will then head out on a wheelchair friendly walk/stroll around the Dutch capital city, where you will experience the rich history and culture of the Dutch side of the island of St. Maarten. Your private tour guide knows the most accessible routes for this tour to make the most of your time. Admire old historic buildings and monuments, explore the downtown area peppered withs small shops and enjoy an oceanfront lunch or snack at an accessible restaurant along the picturesque Boardwalk if you desire (cost not included). This tour will be tailored to your own pace and accessibility needs, and you’ll get to learn about the island from a St. Maarten native.

The Philipsburg Accessible Guided Walking Tour includes:

  • The cheapest accessible visit to the island
  • Walking/rolling tour of Philipsburg with local tour guide
  • Lunch in an authentic French or Caribbean cuisine restaurant (cost not included)
  • Souvenir shopping at wheelchair accessible locations
  • Wheelchair accessible routes used during the tour
  • The distance on this tour is approximately 2 miles long from start to finish.

 

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Tour Highlights

    • Downtown Phillipsburg
    • Phillipsburg boardwalk
    • Shopping
    • Lunch on your own (cost not included)

Accessibility Description

The Philipsburg Accessible Guided Walking Tour has received a 3-star accessibility rating. The route has been customized to make sure it is entirely step-free, and your knowledgeable tour guide is familiar with accessibility along the route. It did not receive a higher rating because you will need to be able to walk/roll approximately 2 miles from start to finish of the tour. .

During your accessible walking tour in Phillipsburg, your tour guide will lead you using accessible tour routes that have curb cuts and ramped access when needed.

The Boardwalk area is completely flat and smooth and offers several accessible restaurant options right by the water.

Tour Details

Duration: 4 hours.

Cost: $250 for 1-2 people, $280 for 3-4 people, $310 for 5-8

* Save $50 when you book an accessible cruise + excursions package

Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week.

Meeting time: 9AM, 10AM, 11AM, or 12PM.

Meeting place: Cruise dock or hotel lobby

Number of people on tour: 1 – 8 people

Cancellation Policy: To review our cancellation policy, please click: HERE. Tours run rain or shine.

Not included: Snacks/meals and gratuities.

 

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On This Essential St. Maarten Half-day Accessible Island Driving Tour, you will enjoy exploring the Dutch capital city of the island. Stop to admire beautiful panoramic views and embark on a short, fully accessible walking tour along the picturesque boardwalk and center of Phillipsburg. You will learn about the history of the Island that is split into the Dutch and French sides and have time for some shopping and lunch on your own if you desire.

The tour begins when you are met at the port or in your hotel lobby by our friendly driver/guide with a fully accessible, air-conditioned van. Your guide will take you out on a short drive with a stop at a scenic overlook. Here, you will be able to exit the van ad admire breathtaking views of the island and ocean. Have your camera ready! During this time, your guide will share interesting facts and history with you about the unique past and culture of the two-split island.

Next, you will be en-route to downtown Phillipsburg – the capital city of the Dutch side of the island. Escorted by your tour guide, you will explore the old, charming city center using accessible routes. See small historic monuments and do some souvenir shopping if you’d like. There will also be time to enjoy lunch on your own at one of the many restaurants lined along the fully accessible Phillipsburg boardwalk.

The Essential St. Maarten Half-day Accessible Island Driving Tour includes:

  • Half-day private tour with local tour guide
  • Walking tour of Philipsburg
  • Stop at one scenic overlook
  • Lunch in an authentic French or Caribbean cuisine restaurant (cost not included)
  • Transportation will occur in a wheelchair accessible van.
  • Wheelchair accessible routes used during walking portion of tour

 

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Tour Highlights

    • Scenic Lookout
    • Downtown Phillipsburg
    • Phillipsburg boardwalk
    • Shopping
    • Lunch on your own (cost not included)

Accessibility Description

The Essential St. Maarten Half-day Accessible Island Driving Tour has a 5-star accessibility rating. The route has been customized to make sure it is entirely step-free, and your knowledgeable tour guide is familiar with accessibility in each location. An accessible van equipped with a lift will be used between the different venues.

The accessible vans in St. Maarten are equipped with a lift for easy access.

During your accessible walking tour in Phillipsburg, your tour guide will lead you using accessible tour routes that have curb cuts and ramped access when needed.

The Boardwalk area is completely flat and smooth and offers several accessible restaurant options right by the water.

Tour Details

Duration: 4 hours.

Cost: $550 for 1-4 people* Save $50 when you book an accessible cruise + excursions package

Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week.

Meeting time: 9AM, 10AM, 11AM, or 12PM.

Meeting place: Cruise dock or hotel lobby

Number of people on tour: 1 – 4 people

Cancellation Policy: Please click: HERE. Tours run rain or shine.

Not included: Snacks/meals and gratuities.

 

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It’s hard to get the best of both worlds, but on this tour you will. St. Maarten is a unique island with two distinct cultures, French and Dutch, each with Caribbean flare. The Two Cultures of St. Maarten Accessible Tour or Shore Excursion is the best way to experience both in a short amount of time. Learn about the difference between the “two sides” firsthand and enjoy fully accessible shopping and sightseeing. This tour is family friendly!

This wheelchair friendly tour begins when you are greeted by our friendly driver/guide near the cruise port. From here, you will head out on a scenic drive, admiring the lush landscape and breathtaking views. There will also be time to stop and capture photos from a panoramic viewpoint. .

Your first stop of the day will be in Marigot, the French capital city of the island. Here, your tour guide will share interesting facts and history with you about the French heritage here, and you will visit the city center market square peppered with little shops selling local spices and artifacts. Next, your tour will continue back to Phillipsburg, which is the Dutch capital city. Enjoy a short walking/rolling tour in the city center, peppered with small exhibits and shopping opportunities. You will also have time to stroll along the boardwalk and enjoy a delicious waterfront lunch on your own (cost not included). .

The Two Cultures of St. Maarten Accessible Shore Excursion includes:

  • Half-day private tour with local tour guide
  • Visit both of the capital cities, Marigot and Philipsburg
  • Lunch in an authentic French or Caribbean cuisine restaurant (cost not included)
  • Souvenir shopping at wheelchair accessible locations
  • Transportation will occur in a wheelchair accessible van.
  • Transportation will occur in a wheelchair accessible van
  • Wheelchair accessible routes used during walking portion of tour

 

Book an Accessible Tour

 

Tour Highlights

 

    • Scenic Lookout
    • Visit to Marigot
    • Island Drive
    • Downtown Phillipsburg
    • Shopping
    • Lunch on your own (cost not included)

Accessibility Description

The The Two Cultures of St. Maarten Accessible Shore Excursion has a 4-star accessibility rating. The route has been customized to make sure it is entirely step-free, and your knowledgeable tour guide is familiar with accessibility in each location. An accessible van equipped with a lift will be used between the different venues and accessible restrooms are also available along the route. Some uneven ground is present in the shopping area in Marigot but there is ramped access and curb cuts to enter.

The accessible vans in St. Maarten are equipped with a lift for easy access.

In Marigot, you will see that disabled access is available via designated spaces right by the city square, as well as as curb cuts and ramps..

During your accessible walking tour in Phillipsburg, your tour guide will lead you using accessible tour routes that have curb cuts and ramped access when needed.

The Boardwalk area is completely flat and smooth and offers several accessible restaurant options right by the water.

TOUR DETAILS:

:

Duration: 4 hours.

Cost: $585 for 1-4 people* Save $50 when you book an accessible cruise + excursions package

Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week.

Meeting time: 9AM, 10AM, 11AM, or 12PM.

Meeting place: Cruise dock or hotel lobby

Number of people on tour: 1 – 4 people

Cancellation Policy: 75% refund with at least 30 days’ notice, 50% refund with at least 14 days’ notice, and no refund with less than 14 days’ notice. Tours run rain or shine

To review our cancellation policy, please click: HERE. Tours run rain or shine.

Not included: Snacks/meals and gratuities.

 

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Accessible St. Maarten Tours and Cruise Excursions

St. Maarten is the most visited of the Leeward Islands. You will see why this duel-governed Island is so popular when you gaze upon its breathtaking mountain range, turquoise waters, and white and sun-kissed golden beaches. St. Maarten is known as the “Friendly Island”. Locals are ready to greet you and show you their paradise of rich culture. St. Maarten offers a diverse, cosmopolitan city excitement and a laid back home-town appeal where European Culture blends perfectly with a Caribbean atmosphere, all in just 37 square miles. You can get a taste of many cultures on St. Maarten as they are known for their culinary talents. Let us take you on an accessible tour to some of St. Maarten’s most attention-grabbing attractions. It will be an unforgettable experience!

 

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Essential St. Maarten Half-day Accessible Island Driving Tour

If you are looking for a budget-friendly, yet interesting way to explore the Dutch capital city of St. Maarten, this Philipsburg Accessible Guided Walking Tour is a great option for you! Learn about the fascinating history and culture of Phillipsburg, as your tour guide leads you through the old streets, the city center, and the picturesque boardwalk.

Two Cultures of St. Maarten Accessible Tour or Shore Excursion

On this Essential St. Maarten Half-day Accessible Island Driving Tour, you will enjoy exploring the Dutch capital city of the island. Stop to admire beautiful panoramic views and embark on a short, fully accessible walking tour along the picturesque boardwalk and center of Phillipsburg. You will learn about the history of the Island that is split into the Dutch and French sides and have time for some shopping and lunch on your own if you desire.

Philipsburg Accessible Guided Walking Tour

It’s hard to get the best of both worlds, but on this tour you will. St. Maarten is a unique island with two distinct cultures, French and Dutch, each with Caribbean flare. The Two Cultures of St. Maarten Accessible Tour or Shore Excursion is the best way to experience both in a short amount of time. Learn about the difference between the “two sides” firsthand and enjoy fully accessible shopping and sightseeing. This tour is family friendly!

St. Maarten Wheelchair Accessible Beach Excursion

You may not know it yet, but St. Maarten have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The clear turquois water and beautiful white sandy beaches are sure to take your breath away. If you love the beach, you will love this St. Maarten Wheelchair Accessible Beach Excursion.

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Accessible St. Maarten Tours and Cruise Excursions

St. Maarten is the most visited of the Leeward Islands. You will see why this duel-governed Island is so popular when you gaze upon its breathtaking mountain range, turquoise waters, and white and sun-kissed golden beaches. St. Maarten is known as the “Friendly Island”. Locals are ready to greet you and show you their paradise of rich culture. St. Maarten offers a diverse, cosmopolitan city excitement and a laid back home-town appeal where European Culture blends perfectly with a Caribbean atmosphere, all in just 37 square miles. You can get a taste of many cultures on St. Maarten as they are known for their culinary talents. Let us take you on an accessible tour to some of St. Maarten’s most attention-grabbing attractions. It will be an unforgettable experience!

 

Book an Accessible Tour

 

Essential St. Maarten Half-day Accessible Island Driving Tour

If you are looking for a budget-friendly, yet interesting way to explore the Dutch capital city of St. Maarten, this Philipsburg Accessible Guided Walking Tour is a great option for you! Learn about the fascinating history and culture of Phillipsburg, as your tour guide leads you through the old streets, the city center, and the picturesque boardwalk.

Two Cultures of St. Maarten Accessible Tour or Shore Excursion

On this Essential St. Maarten Half-day Accessible Island Driving Tour, you will enjoy exploring the Dutch capital city of the island. Stop to admire beautiful panoramic views and embark on a short, fully accessible walking tour along the picturesque boardwalk and center of Phillipsburg. You will learn about the history of the Island that is split into the Dutch and French sides and have time for some shopping and lunch on your own if you desire.

Philipsburg Accessible Guided Walking Tour

It’s hard to get the best of both worlds, but on this tour you will. St. Maarten is a unique island with two distinct cultures, French and Dutch, each with Caribbean flare. The Two Cultures of St. Maarten Accessible Tour or Shore Excursion is the best way to experience both in a short amount of time. Learn about the difference between the “two sides” firsthand and enjoy fully accessible shopping and sightseeing. This tour is family friendly!

St. Maarten Wheelchair Accessible Beach Excursion

You may not know it yet, but St. Maarten have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The clear turquois water and beautiful white sandy beaches are sure to take your breath away. If you love the beach, you will love this St. Maarten Wheelchair Accessible Beach Excursion.

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