Disney's Caribbean Beach Transportation Options


  1. My sister and I are planning to visit Disneyworld in February.
    Both of us are semi-disable and were planning to use a scooter to get around.

    My question is, being that busses only take 2 scooters, is there another form of transporation, such as the skyliner, that can accommodate?

    Or would it be more convenient to rent scooters at the front gate? Of course, this would lead to a problem of getting around later.

    Both my sister and I are semi mobile but have issues with arthritis, which is the reason for the scooters.

    1. Hi. I’m sorry, but I don’t have any personal experience traveling with a scooter. However, this question/answer on planDisney states the following,

      “You will also be happy to know that the Disney Skyliner can accommodate both wheelchairs and Electrical Conveyance Vehicles (ECVs)! There are actually specific accessible gondolas that are made to fit mobility devices and up to six other Guests. I would recommend keeping in mind that all devices will need to fit within a 30″ x 48″ area to board the Disney Skyliner. There is also a specific area for Guests that will need a bit more time loading onto their gondola so the process is less stressful than you might expect!”

      You can reference that article here if you like: https://plandisney.disney.go.com/question/skyliner-accomodate-scooter-418851/

      You should also be able to use the monorail. The middle cars at the top right and left-hand side of the monorail platform are reserved for guests with mobility issues. A cast member will lay down a ramp when it’s time to load and unload.

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