Sunday, February 15, 2015
The Punta Tuna Nature Reserve in Puerto Rico, has created hiking trails for blind. The trails feature QR codes where people can listen to information about the reserve. The hiking trails in the Punta Tuna Nature Reserve were also built to prevent blind people from entering areas that are off limits to park visitors.
The Punta Tuna Nature Reserve located in the southeastern coastal town Maunabo, has available recorders and special wheelchairs for people with physical limitations who want to visit the nature reserve in Puerto Rico.