Not only are our vehicles fully air-conditioned and our drivers professionally trained but if you wish to step off the bus and experience the city then we have the right wheel chair and accessories to make your experience a lasting one. Your safety is a priority and so is our dedication to making sure that you enjoy your tour.
The Accessible City Tour lets you see most of the island in 2.5 to 3 hours, starting with a brief introduction and orientation from the cruise harbor, along the great salt pond, through the scenic Belair route, to Cole Bay hill where there would be a brief photo stop at the “Look Out Point” over looking the Simpson bay lagoon and Simpson bay village, Princess Juliana international airport and the Low Lands area of French and Dutch St. Maarten.
From Cole Bay Hill the tour proceeds through Cole Bay village passing the border monument through Belle View into Marigot, where passengers will be given the opportunity to browse around for approximately 45 minutes. The tour then continues towards Grand Case and on through Orient Bay village where there will be a 15 minute stop on the Orient Beach.
The tour then continues through the villages of French Quarter where we cross the next border monument back to Dutch St. Maarten then its on through the local villages of Belvedere, Bishop Hill, Sucker Garden and back to Philipsburg wrapping up the Accessible City Tour.