Lodgings on the Yucatán Peninsula generally don't cater for travelers with disabilities, though some hotels and restaurants (mostly toward the top end of the market) and some public buildings now provide wheelchair access. The absence of institutionalized facilities, however, is largely compensated for by Mexicans’ accommodating attitudes toward others, and special arrangements are gladly improvised.
Mobility is easiest in the major tourist resorts. Bus transportation can be difficult; flying or taking a taxi is easier.
Society for Accessible Travel (www.sath.org)
Mobility International USA (www.miusa.org)