Category: This is Haiti

In light of Haitian Flag Day on May 18th, 2018, I will post up a picture and/or a brief history of my mother’s home and mine. My goal is to go back to Haiti and rebuild the country. Before I die, I will increase the economy in Haiti.
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This is Haiti!

THE PALACE OF SANS-SOUCI Ruins Before it was partially destroyed by an earthquake in 1842, the Sans-Souci Palace was home to famous former slave-turned-king Henri Christophe I. With its deep historical roots […]

This is Haiti!

Saut-Mathurine The largest waterfall in the area, Saut-Mathurine is an alluring cascade in the southwest region of Haiti. The Rivière de Cavaillon provides the source for the waterfall’s stream, and its aqua waters are […]

This is Haiti!

Bassin Bleu Bassin Bleu is a blissfully secluded waterfall on the hills of Jacmel, Haiti. Travelers can follow a trail to the basin and spend a day jumping from the waterfalls, swimming […]

This is Haiti!

Jacmel Beach Jacmel is a beach town in Southern Haiti. Hotel resorts, shops and restaurants catering to every type of tourist have taken up pitch in the town, making it an exciting beach choice […]

This is Haiti!

Labadee Labadee, also spelled Labadie, is the port owned by the Royal Caribbean cruise line in the northern part of Haiti. A beach dominated by tourists and featuring private access, Labadee is renowned as the […]