Basin Bleu JacmelHidden in the hills above the picturesque town of Jacmel in the South East Region of Haiti, Bassin-Bleu is an experience of a lifetime. Local guides will aid you in your journey.Jump from the waterfalls, swim in the cool basins, enjoy the cool cover of the lush vegetation in your own private See more details
La CitadelleCitadelle is a historic site of the country. A major landmark, it gives one a clear picture of the country's tumulus history. Travelers can also pay a visit to the Musee de Guahaba. This is a specialty museum, where one can take a look at the numerous art and artifacts that are displayed. See more details
Labadee IslandLabadee (also Labadie) is a port located on the northern coast of Haiti. It is a private resort leased to Royal Caribbean International. The resort is completely tourist-oriented, and is guarded by a private security force. The site is fenced off from the surrounding area, and passengers are not all See more details
Welcome to Haiti. The Caribbean’s best-kept secrets. A cultural and spiritual wonderland that is unique among post-colonial nations.The moment you arrive, you will experience vibrant culture and nightlife, magnificent architectural attractions and stunning natural beauty.
Explored by Columbus on Dec. 6, 1492, Haiti's native Arawaks fell victim to Spanish rule. In 1697, Haiti became the French colony of Saint-Dominique, which became a leading sugarcane producer dependent on slaves.
Haiti has a long and storied history and therefore retains a very rich culture. Haitian culture is a mixture of primarily French, African elements, and native Taíno, with some lesser influence from the colonial Spanish.