With proper organisation, your disability shouldn'tstop you from travelling to Mexico. Here are some general pieces of advice and a tour proposal in Yucatán to plan your next holiday in Latin America.
Mexico is a heavenly destination! You must not give up your plans to go there because of your disability. Several itineraries are easily planned with good organisation and local support. Mexicans are extremely kind and considerate, they will without doubt ensure your wellbeing and will give you hand if need be.
Tulum will be slightly inaccessible in places, but is entirely possible with a little effort and by taking your time. You won't be able to go to the top to see the view, but you will be able to visit a large part of the site. Accompanied by a guide, it will be all the more easy and interesting.
Chitchen Itza is another famous historical site. It's part of the World Heritage of Humanity and is not to be missed! All the more that the site is flat and easily accessible for persons with reduced mobility.
Valladolid is a superb colonial town to include in your itinerary. The town is flat so is ideal if you are in a wheelchair. It has a magnificent main square and remarkable architecture.
For a sensational aquatic experience at the heart of the Riviera Maya, the amusement park developed around the Xel-Ha nature reserve is perfect for you. The site was thought out and constructed in order to facilitate access for persons with reduced mobility. Mention your needs when booking and professional staff with be able to help you.