Well, I promised that I would report. We tried a handicap "friendly" excursion at St. Thomas. It was Accessible Adventures. It was booked on our own. The tour was supposed to be a wheelchair lift bus that takes you to Mountain Top. Of course, that had the fire, so it turned into an island tour. It was not until the night before that they told us where to meet the bus. Had we not had internet, we would have probably missed it. The driver was not "unfriendly", but he wasn't friendly. The bus seemed patched together. At the first stop, he had to add water to the radiator because it was smoking. We stopped at several scenic places; however, it is a lot of trouble to get the wheelchair on and off the bus for a quick view. The stops had some local shopping opportunities; however, we did not do any shopping. They were not what we would have looked at for shopping. The bus did not feel safe. There were several places where we pumped a curb or something and left part of the bus there. Also, he made one corner that he couldn't make, and we literallly went on two wheels. It scary. I hoped to have an option for you guys for a wheelchair excursion; however, this wasn't it. Sorry.