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  • Port-au-Prince

    Port-au-Prince remains one of the most exciting and vibrant city of the Caribbean. See artists transform rubble into art and create colourful wall mosaics on a tour of the city. While you're at it, buy some beautiful iron treasures, greet a voodoo priest and gorge on the delicious Creole cuisine.

  • Citadelle Laferrière

    Referred to as the 8th wonder of the world by Haitians, the Citadelle Laferrière was built as a symbol of the power. It took 20,000 men five years to complete the citadel, which is the largest fortress in the Americas. Examine the cannons, stroll about the lush grounds and enjoy the unique angular architecture of the mountaintop fortress.

  • Cap-Haïtien

    Known for its relaxed atmosphere, the second-largest Haitian city is a melting pot of Creole culture, cuisine and history. Take a walking tour of the main city market, the Old Cathedral, the Grand Palace and the Citadelle Laferrière. See sugarcane being turned into Haitian rum and sample some of the potent liquid on the beaches around Plage Labadie.

  • Port-Salut

    Shielded from mainstream tourists, the town of Port-Salut is surrounded by beautiful beaches that are quite popular among the locals. With miles of white sand, sparkling blue sea and coconut palms, these beaches match every Caribbean holiday cliché. Or simply don your explorer hat and have a cave adventure at Grotte Marie Jeanne.

  • Jacmel

    If you thought Port-au-Prince was a city of art, wait till you see Jacmel! Known for its vibrant art scene, epic carnivals and sandy beaches, Jacmel is the perfect place to recharge your batteries. The walls of the city are covered in colourful mosaics and house a variety of art studios, famous for papier-mâché creations and hand-carved wooden animals.

  • Learn The Ancient Kasav Recipes

    Unravel the story behind kasav, a traditional Haitian flatbread, as you learn how to convert manyok (yucca) into kasav in a local kitchen. Quick fact, the recipe has been passed down for generations, originating from the native Taino people who inhabited the islands before Christopher Columbus arrived.

  • Explore The Grotte Marie Jeanne

    Adventure lovers should visit Grotte Marie Jeanne, one of the largest cave systems in the Caribbean. Discover dramatic rock sculptures and formations like the towering 'Two Candles' stalagmites in this underground wonderland. Remember to book a guide, dress comfortably, carry a flashlight and watch out for bat guano, spiders and scorpions.

  • Acquire A Taste For Haitian Rum

    Find out what goes into the making of Haiti's famous rum with a visit to a traditional distillery set between acres of sugarcane fields and sample some guildive yourself! Originating from an old French term for kill devil, drinking the potent Haitian rum or guildive is seen as a welcome way to kill the Devil.

  • Visit The Art Creation Foundation for Children

    Art is a powerful tool and a visit to the Art Creation Foundation for Children shows how it is changing the lives of 100+ children. This foundation provides kids and youth with a second home and meals, and believes that if a child learns to make a papier-mâché bowl or bird, they will never have to beg, sell their body or starve.

  • Cool Off At Bassin-Bleu

    One of the most popular attractions, the sparkling waterfalls and turquoise blue pools of Bassin-Bleu have ensured a steady flow of tourists to Haiti! Hidden in the hills above Jacmel, the hike to this enchanting spot is worth every second. Cool off after the hike by leaping off nearby cliffs and swimming or lazying in the refreshing water.

  • Classic Tours

    Authentic and down-to-earth!

    Our Classic tours offer small-group (up to 12 travellers per departure) travel experiences for the culture-hungry. Each tour delivers an excellent balance of must-see travel highlights, spontaneous situations, insider access and under-the-radar encounters with local people and their culture. Each group is accompanied by a Chief Experience Offer (CEO) with the promise of character-rich accommodation, local transportation and authentic, regional cuisine.

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