St. John Looks At Accessibility

St. John, V.I., is beginning an islandwide initiative to render the destination more accessible to disabled and older people, one of the few and earliest attempts in the Caribbean to address the issue on a large scale. Business owners and officials at the local and federal level will gather...

Officials Laud Accessibility Project on St. John

The U.S. Virgin Islands could pioneer the concept of accessibility among Caribbean destinations by adapting the territory's beaches, National Park trails, hotels, taxis, airports and restaurants to the needs of disabled tourists, officials said Friday.

Travel Smart Section: Enlightened Destinations

Enlightened Destinations: St. John is pioneering an island-wide effort to offer an inclusive travel package for travelers with disabilities

Implementation of Inclusive Travel Destination Design

Rolling Rains Report - 10/20/04 I am pleased to be able to publicly announce the "next big thing" taking place in the rapid evolution of inclusive travel worldwide.

Design students help St. John resort make the grade in user-friendliness

Students from the Rhode Island School of Design visited St. John this weekend as part of a project to make the Estate Concordia resort more user-friendly. The 15 students have been given the assignment to update plans for the resort's common areas...