Forget everything you think you know about Haiti, and disregard any disturbing images you may have seen in the news. This resilient Caribbean nation is ready for curious, open-minded travelers to once again experience its vibrant Creole culture and stunning natural beauty.

Five years after a devastating 7.0-magnitude earthquake, Haiti is striving to rebuild by redeveloping its tourism industry. (Though often disregarded as a destination, this country was formerly a Caribbean hot spot with the moniker “The Pearl of the Antilles” during its heyday in the 1950s—the Clintons even honeymooned here in 1975.) As the country works to put itself back on travelers’ radar, now is the perfect time to see the sides of Haiti that are often overlooked: its undeveloped beaches; fascinating, centuries-old forts; and unique, Vodou-infused art.

From joining in the revelry at Carnival in Jacmel to basking in the breathtaking Bassin Bleu waterfalls, Haiti is full of unforgettable experiences for the intrepid traveler. But the most unexpected moments are the ones that involve learning about life in Haiti, in all its complicated ways, straight from the warm and resilient people who call it home.

For first-timers in Haiti, these are the three destinations you must visit: lively capital Port-au-Prince, artsy beach town Jacmel, and historic port city Cap-Haitien. But there’s also an endless number of local people you need to meet to really get to the know “the real Haiti,” so don’t be surprised if one week here isn’t enough.
source: www.fodors.com

pictures copyright: Haiti Tourism www.experiencehaiti.org

Entry Requirements

Haiti does not require an online ED card currently.

earn the latest updates, entry requirements and find the necessary documentation needed to travel to Haiti, go directly to this website:
https://www.mspp.gouv.ht - in French only

Airport Office

+509 2811-5697
+509 3702-2513 (Sales)
+509 2811-0593 (Baggage)
No ticket sales at airport.
HAT Entreprises
Toussaint Louverture International Airport,
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Sales Agent: APG Haiti
Boulevard Toussaint L’Ouverture,
Route de l'Aeroport, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
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