Haiti is part of the Caribbean Island of Hispaniola, the other being the Dominican Republic nestled between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.  Although the land is very mountainous, Haiti sits in the Hurricane belt and has suffered many devastations throughout the years, but there is still a lot to see and do on the island.

La Citadel le Fremoise

The tropical climate and trade winds produce warm, kind temperatures all year round. The island is marked by rugged mountains, fertile valleys, and offshore islands. Agricultural production and a coastline that is flat and rich in sea life have contributed mainly to the economy in Haiti together with contributions from non-profits international organizations.

While it can be said that Haiti receives fewer visitors than other islands, the country has a lot to be proud of, including their culture, their food, and their music.  The islands pride itself on many world records, like having the biggest Fortress in The Americas, “The Citadelle LaFerriere, in the North; The biggest Natural Cave of all America, “The Grotte Marie Jeanne” located in the south and the Largest Solar Powered Hospital in the world, The Hospital Universitaire de Mirebalais”.


Parts of Haiti along the mangroves are sprinkled with coral reefs, shipwrecks, legend of sunken treasures, all waiting to be discovered and return Haiti to the days of socialities, cruise ships arrivals, pristine beaches and sunbathing under palm trees. With Port au Prince beautiful architecture, the Caribbean second-longest coastline, a vegetarian delight of unlimited fruits, and the warmth and friendliness of the people one day Haiti will return as the once-famous vacation island it used to be.

Haiti can return to being a top vacation destination that tourists can once again enjoy. 

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