While in Jamaica, individuals with disabilities may find accessibility and accommodation very different from what you find in the United States. Jamaican law does not mandate access to transportation, communication, and public buildings for persons with disabilities and few buildings have these accommodations.
In general, popular tourist venues in Jamaica are not equipped to accommodate physically challenged visitors. While some of the country’s all-inclusive resorts are accessible, most transportation, entertainment, and even medical facility options are not. You may wish to consult websites and blogs that focus on accessible travel for practical information and first-hand accounts of traveling in Jamaica.