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Explore the Island of Haiti

Resort 1:

Haiti Beach Resorts

Resort 2 :

Cap Lamandou Hotel

Resort 3 :

Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort & Spa

Resort 4 :

Hotel Cyvadier Plage

Entertainment :


  1. Ziplining
  2. Haitian Village Tour
  3. Jet Ski
  4. Swimming
  5. Yacht Sailing Experience
  6. Scaling the La Citadelle la Ferriere
  7. Vodoo pilgrimage to Saut-d’Eau
  8. Tour the Sans-Souci Palace
  9. Hiking the Furcy Forest
  10. Get a taste of the Barbancourt Distillery

Culture :

Haitians have several festive occasions that highlight their rich culture such as first communions, baptismal parties, marriages in which they enjoy their traditional drinks like 'kleren', which is a spiced concoction of domestic rum, they also have Haitian colas, and 'kremass' a thick spiked drink made with condensed milk.

Lime and Dime :

1.Griot - Fried pork

  1. Accra - Vegan Malanga Fritters

3.Labouyi Ble - Haitian Porridge

  1. Lambi Guisado - Spicy stewed Conch

5. Joumou - Yellow pumpkin soup

6. Kibi - Spicy Appetizer with meat

7. Lalo Legume -Common Haitian food with Jute Leaves

8. Mayi Moulin- Cornmeal dish

  1. TomTom ak Kalalau - vegan dish with breadfruit and okra

Attractions :

  1. The National Palace
  2. Jacmel Beach
  3. Cathedrale Notre Dame de Cap Haitien
  4. San Souci Palace
  5. Sauti Mathurine
  6. Museum Ogier-Fombrun
  7. National History Park
  8. Heroes de Vertieres

Beaches :

  1. Labadee Beach

2.Cormier Plage Beach

  1. Wahoo Bay Bay
  2. Port Salut Beach
  3. Ils-a-Rat Beach
  4. Chouchou Bay Beach
  5. Jacmel Beach
  6. Kokoye Beach
  7. Gelee Beach
  8. Grann Do Beach

Getting There :


There are domestic flights jetting in and out of Haiti from different airlines like the Sunrise Airways and Mission Aviation Fellowship.

Buses are the cheapest way to tour Haiti but not a comfortable choice. You can also hire a chauffer in a taxi or private car for city rides.


Capital: Port-au-Prince City is the capital of Haiti

Population: 11.3 million people

Religion: It is a prevailing Christian country, primarily inhabited by Roman Catholics, Pentecostals, Adventists, and Protestants.

Side of Street  Drive-On: As it is in most of the neighboring states, even here you drive on the left.

Currency: HTG (Haitian Gourde) and Haitian Dollar. Haitian dollar equates to 5 gourdes.

Language: French and Haitian Creole


Haiti is a Taino term of Indian origin which means a 'mountainous land'. rests on a third of the island of Hispaniola to its western side. The kingdom was reigned by Cacique/Taino Indian Chief when Columbus arrived. The arrival of the French subdued the indigenous inhabitants in the seventeenth Century.

African slaves from West Africa were imported to provide cheap labour in the production of raw materials. In a few years, Haiti became French's richest colony and was recognized as the 'Pearl of the Antilles'.

Haitians begun to resist the exploitation by the intruders and revolted against them around 1791-1804. In this spirit, Napoleon Bonaparte was ordered to sell Louisiana to the U.S in 1803, and as a result the United States territory experienced a great expansion.

Once they gained their independence in 1804, they renamed their habitat from Haiti to Saint Domingue.

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