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It is not by co­in­ci­dence that Haiti has re­sumed its place on the in­ter­na­tional tourism map. The coun­try has po­si­tioned it­self to pro­vide va­ca­tion­ers a unique ex­pe­ri­ence. From white sandy beaches, ex­cep­tional his­toric sites of var­i­ous her­itage (French, Span­ish, Taïno, African), flour­ish­ing art, paint­ing, sculp­ture, mu­sic, lively tra­di­tions, and an in­nate sense of fes­tiv­ity and hos­pi­tal­ity, va­ca­tion­ers are sure to have an ex­pe­ri­ence of a life­time! Be­neath its low sky, warm coastal zones, and cool moutain tops emerge the cre­ativ­ity and the truth about Haiti. Or­gan­ised tours can also be ar­ranged for vis­i­tors, whether it’s for leisure or busi­ness and the com­bi­na­tion of beau­ti­ful set­tings and in­ter­na­tional-stan­dard accomodation means it’s per­fect for wed­dings. Come and ex­pe­ri­ence this mag­i­cal is­land, im­merse your­selves in our cul­ture and it will leave you en­chanted.


Haiti re­cieved about 600,000 overnight vis­i­tors in 2017.

Haiti is sold as a beach des­ti­na­tion and as a tour­ing des­ti­na­tion for its his­toric, cul­tural and nat­u­ral pat­ri­mony.

Haiti is in the top five safest coun­tries in the latin amer­i­can and caribbean re­gion since 2017, oc­cu­py­ing the fourth place ac­cord­ing to the re­port of the Global Peace In­dex (GPI) of the In­sti­tute for the Econ­omy and Peace in 2017.


Na­tional Car­ni­val yearly in febru­rary Le Get­away Isalnd party in May/ De­cem­ber Sum­fest haitian mu­sic Fes­ti­val in July

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