Situated in the western part of Hispaniola, Haïti shares the island with the Dominican Republic. The Pearl of the Antilles is also made up of smaller islands (Tortuga Island, Île à Vache, etc.), every one of them just as beautiful. Your stay in Haïti will take place in sumptuous surroundings, edged by long expanses of sand one moment, and rugged cliffs the next.
WHERE SHOULD I VISIT IN HAITI?
HAITI, A DESTINATION OF DISCOVERY
On the island of Hispaniola, the Dominican Republic's neighbour boasts many natural jewels such as heavenly beaches, caves, lakes and forests. Tourism is gradually developing here after slowing down for many years. A good reason to visit Haiti.
SUNSHINE AND LOCAL CULTURE
The capital, Port-au-Prince, is a great starting point for a tour around Haiti. To get a feel for the local culture, visit the Iron Market, the city's iconic building,and the art galleries, inspired by voodoo and “naive” art. From there, you can then walk along the Western Arcadin coast. There is a great variety of seaside resorts with fine sandy beaches, ideal for relaxation and water sports.
The North and South of the island are another option when visiting Haiti. On the north coast, facing the Atlantic Ocean, is Cap-Haïtien, famous for its beaches and historic monuments. Not too far away, in a montainous landscape, you can visit the Citadelle La Ferrière and the Palais Sans Souci, symbols of the country's independence. You can also opt for a tour of Southern Haiti, on the Caribbean coast, where the country's cultural capital Jacmel is located, along with Port-Salut and its idyllic beaches.