Most disabilities shouldn’t stop anyone from traveling. There are more options and resources out there than ever before. However, in general, there are relatively few handicapped-accessible buildings or transport vehicles in Belize. A very few hotels offer wheelchair-accessible accommodations, and there are no public buses, commuter airlines, or water taxis thus equipped. The only wheelchair-friendly outdoor experience in the country is exploring the Belize Zoo. In short, it’s relatively difficult for a person with disabilities to get around in Belize.
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