The most touristic area of the Dominican Republic is undoubtedly Punta Cana. A paradisiacal destination with accessible beach pathways for the best beaches in the world and the most beautiful in the country, as well as other accessible attractions to welcome and facilitate the enjoyment of people with disabilities.
In Punta Cana, the main Dominican tourist region, continues to expand its accessible tourism offer. It has hotels, beaches and a wide variety of accessible hotels, where travelers with reduced mobility who wish to stay on the beach can enjoy an accessible vacation.
Playa Arena Gorda, followed by Playa Bávaro, is one of the best-known beaches in the world, and although it is heavily exploited, it is still beautiful. It offers everything you can expect from the sea and a Caribbean beach.
Las Galeras is one of the beaches where you can best practice diving.
Playa Bayahibe is located near the town of La Romana. It maintains the appearance of a typical Caribbean beach and is close to the Parque Nacional del Este. For its part, Playa Bonita is an ideal place to enjoy a quiet and relaxed afternoon. These two beaches are beautiful and ideal for snorkelling.
Organized groups usually visit Playa Limón, one of the most beautiful beaches in Punta Cana where they can spend a quiet day among sun loungers and bars.
The Laguna de Bávaro, a natural reserve, can be crossed by kayak with organized visits, since due to its characteristics it is accessible for people with reduced mobility. In addition, touring the area of the dry mangrove that surrounds the lagoon does not pose any problem, since the path is very flat and well compacted. All of this facilitates wheelchair access.
There are transportation companies with accessible vehicles with capacity for five people. Thus, wheelchair travelers and their families will be able to travel not only from the airport to the hotel, but also to move around Punta Cana.
Source: Punta Cana Web.