This is Haiti!

We have officially hit the final day of the "This is Haiti" series. I created this series not only to inform others about my beautiful country but to educate those who have never heard of the country until Donal Trump (our president) called it a "shithole country!" I hope you all enjoyed it and know a... Continue Reading →

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This is Haiti!

Gelee Beach Gelee Beach is the longest and most romantic stretch of sand in Haiti, with fishing boats bobbing on the horizon and the sweet smell of coconuts in the air. A number of excellent seafood restaurants offer daily deals nearby, and during August the place is packed with enthusiastic dancers and musicians for the Fete... Continue Reading →

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 the palace evokes a sense of nostalgic beauty, and is often compared to the majesty of the Palace of Versailles in France. The... Continue Reading →

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 in the turqoise water and enjoying the cool cover of the lush vegetation. The privacy of the spot makes it feel like paradise.... Continue Reading →

Kokoye Beach Calm, crystal waters surround Kokoye Beach, a secluded, sandy treasure. A bit off the beaten track, the trip to get here, via unpaved roads and dense vegetation, is well worth it for the tropical, seemingly untouched location. Mainly an attraction for locals, Kokoye exudes both Haitian culture and classic Caribbean beauty. Come here... Continue Reading →

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 for many. Home to art and film festivals before the tragic earthquake which struck the French colonial town in 2010, Jacmel has recently... Continue Reading →

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