GoldStatustravler Posted December 31, 2021 Share Posted December 31, 2021 CocoCay has mainly sand roads, paths and beach areas. Hard surfaces are only at the pier, beach club and very limited walkways. It is not currently designed for anyone in a regular wheelchair, power chair or scooter who cannot transfer into one of their beach wheel chairs and being pushed by your party member in soft sand for long distances. They have a handicap shuttle but they drop you off in sandy areas except at Beach Club $200 a day per individual or the cabanas at $2,100. Limited bathroom access and no beach access to regular wheelchairs, scooters or power chairs and wouldn't recommend going to the island for a general visit unless you can get through soft sand. Overall, in my opinion, if you cannot transfer to a beach wheel chair and then being pushed by someone in your party don't go to CocoCay island unless you want to spend money for access at the Beach Club (still no access to beach) or floating expensive cabanas. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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