Sustainable And Eco-Hotels In Haiti

The 8 Most Ethical And Sustainable Hotels In Haiti according to ETIC Hotels

Hotel Satama

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Free parking,Airport shuttle,Room service,Restaurant,Non-smoking rooms,Bar
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ETIC Silver rating

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  • Official Name:Republic of Haiti

  • Capital:Port-au-Prince

  • Population:11,402,528

  • Area:27,750 km²

  • Major Languages:French, Haitian Creole

  • Major Religions:Christianity

  • Life expectancy:64.00 years

  • Currency:Haitian Gourde

10 Things To Do In Haiti

  • 1. Visit the Citadelle Laferrière

    Explore this mountaintop fortress and UNESCO World Heritage site.

  • 2. Relax on the beaches of Labadee

    Enjoy the scenic beaches and indulge in water activities on the northern coast.

  • 3. Discover the Sans-Souci Palace

    Explore the ruins of this once-grand royal palace, also designated as a UNESCO site.

  • 4. Experience the vibrant Carnival of Jacmel

    Join the colorful and lively carnival celebrations in Jacmel, renowned for its artistic spirit.

  • 5. Explore the Bassin Bleu

    Hike through the forest to discover the stunning blue waterfall and natural pools.

  • 6. Visit the Iron Market in Port-au-Prince

    Experience the vibrant atmosphere of this historical market and shop for local crafts and goods.

  • 7. Discover the beautiful Île-à-Vache

    Enjoy the tranquility and unspoiled nature of this island off the southern coast of Haiti.

  • 8. Attend a voodoo ceremony

    Learn about the fascinating traditions and beliefs of voodoo in Haiti.

  • 9. Explore the Jacmel historic district

    Wander through charming colonial architecture and artsy streets in Jacmel.

  • 10. Taste Haitian cuisine

    Try traditional dishes like griot (fried pork) and pikliz (spicy pickled vegetables).

5 Most Visited Cities In Haiti

  • Port-au-Prince



    Les Cayes


When To Go To Haiti

  • November to March is the optimal time to experience Haiti`s rich cultural heritage and vibrant atmosphere. The dry season brings more comfortable temperatures for exploring the historic streets of Port-au-Prince, the stunning beaches of Jacmel, and the iconic Citadelle Laferrière. The annual Carnival in February offers a glimpse into the nation`s unique blend of African, French, and Caribbean traditions. Haiti`s lively arts scene, flavorful cuisine, and warm hospitality make it a destination that celebrates its culture and resilience.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For Haiti

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