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.
Waterfall, inland Haiti
In the heart of Haiti, Saut-d'Eau takes its name from the Le Saut waterfall. Its rushing waters come from the Montagne Terrible, a high peak in the centre of the island. The village is the ideal starting point to reach this local curiosity.
AN ENCHANTING SETTING
Agricultural landscapes (tropical fruits, cereals...) and a lush forest surrounding the waterfall of Saut-d'Eau. This beautifully preserved environment has been classified as a national park. After a change of scenery to reach your destination, dive into the crystal-clear waters. Swimming is possible all year round.
A SACRED PLACE
In addition to its idyllic setting, Saut d’Eau also attracts visitors for a very different reason. Every July 16th, the village comes alive with thousands of pilgrims who come to worship the Virgin Mary. A lost man is said to have had a vision of her at the falls in 1948. Voodooists also flock to this place to pay tribute to the spirits.