The First Inclusive Disability Accessible Beach … and it’s in Guerrero

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Papanoa Bays makes it easier for people with disabilities to enjoy the sea and the sand.

In Bahía de Papanoa , in the region of Costa Grande de Guerrero, the first inclusive beach in the state was inaugurated, making it easier for people with disabilities to enjoy the sea and the sand strips, by adopting special equipment.

Papanoa Bays is the first beach with these characteristics in the state and the third at a national level since there are already special facilities also in the states of Quintana Roo and Jalisco.

In this beach, 12 million pesos were invested in a coordinated manner between the state and the federation, of which seven come from Branch 12 of the national DIF and from the state budget, resources destined for equipment and public works, as well as for the acquisition of the land, public lighting and ecological park.

This is the First Inclusive Beach ... and it's in Guerrero

The importance of this beach is that it opens the opportunity for people with different abilities to be able to enjoy the wonders of the coast of Guerrero.

This space will allow people with disabilities to enjoy the beach by adapting equipment, allowing activities aimed at guaranteeing the right and recreation to rest and fun, as well as strengthen the functional processes of family and community social integration, promoting his complete rest and the full exercise of his rights.

The work will also have a Braille system (in directories, signage of streets, hotels, restaurant menus), exclusive parking, restrooms, marine buoys system, access ramps and amphibious equipment.

This is the First Inclusive Beach ... and it's in Guerrero

The amphibious furniture consists of 25 baby oceanic chairs, 25 adult oceanic chair, 40 Job beds, 40 sun loungers, 25 beach walkers, 5 sets of Canadian amphibious walkers (kit 4), 5 rescue stretchers, 20 rescue rings and 100 life vests. Beach furniture: 20 beach umbrellas, 50 tables and 200 chairs.

 

 

Source: Vanguardia Mexico