Accessible Travel

  • Grenada is a difficult place to get around for travelers with disabilities and many hotels have yet to prioritize accessibility.
  • Getting around poses particular problems. Minivan buses are crowded and hard to access as a result of seats being crammed in, and many taxis are vans that are high off the ground.
  • There are many places with no sidewalks and those that do exist are often damaged or uneven.
  • While there are few dedicated resources for travelers with disabilities, Grenadians are helpful and will usually be willing to lend a hand in any situation.
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