Tourism in haiti
Club Indigo, formerly Haiti's Club Med, is a recently renovated hotel that offers varied fine wines, cuisine, child friendly facilities and a lovely wedding venue. It is located in the Cote-des-Arcadins, between the mountain and sea along a white sand beach, and is approximately 78 kilometres from the Port Au Prince airport. Cotes-des-Arcadins have three exotic beaches. Club Indigo, Formerly Haiti's Club Med, this recently renovated hotel offers varied cuisine, fine wines, a lovely wedding venue. An ideal place for families, Kaliko Beach Club property features spacious rooms with an ocean view and bungalows with connecting rooms. Also on the Côte des Arcadins, you find this former sugarcane plantation Moulin-sur-Mer
The Government of Haiti (GOH) has failed to fulfill the 1987 Constitution's mandate botanical gardens must be created as part of its infrastructure.
Haiti remains undeveloped ecologically. While the remainder of the world contains 2,500 botanical gardens, Haiti has not one. Les Cayes Botanical Garden, a model of biodiversity, is a private venture.
Botanist William Cinéas is calling on the GOH to start funding a National Botanical Garden, and a network of them throughout the country by 2020.
The past regimental glory that was Fort Picolet has given way to a ruin that serves mainly as a tourist attraction and also moonlights as a residence for squatters. Gaining access to the ruined fort includes a trek across a littered beach which leads to a rocky promontory, upon which the tumbledown fort now sits. Inside, a row of cannons, more fallen down than are standing, give eerie spectacle of the vagaries of time over once mighty vestiges of power.
For those who want to visit the Cormier Plage, great deals are always available through the hotels website and their twitter feed is forever abuzz with updates on their deals and discounts. The resort hotel's current summer promotion, which extends through to August 31, 2013, offers a 20% discount on room prices and there are offers, on occasion, for free airport shuttling; making it more affordable to experience a vacation that is off the beaten path.
A slice of paradise is closer at hand than one might first think. A visit to the serene, beautiful Cormier Plage Hotel and Resort is only a short flight of 20 minutes from the capital, Port-au-Prince and 20 minutes by car from the airport at Cap-Haitian. Those traveling from Santiago in the Dominican Republic can be relaxing on the beach in only four hours. Not already on Hispaniola? The flight from Fort Lauderdale, Florida is only two and a half hours.
Belly Beach is a beautiful tourist spot located in Labadie and is known for its scenic beauty. Labadie, which is located in the northern side of the Republic of Haiti is one of the prime tourist attractions of Haiti. Blessed with unparalleled natural beauty, Labadie has become an international tourist spot. With beach-side bars, evergreen Haitian culture, myriads of water sport, open-air dinning and a busy market place, Labadie's Belly beach is one of the most precious ornaments of the Haitian tourism industry. The picturesque Labadie with all its natural charm and wooded peninsula covering 260 acres is a heaven for nature lovers around the globe.
Belly Beach is located in Labadie, which is close to Cap-Haitian. The beach was little known to the outer world until recently when the world discovered the hidden treasure that Haiti has to offer. Very remote and rich with natural beauty, the fastest way to reach the Belly Beach is to grab a water taxi from Labadie. One can also refer the more primitive transportation mode - by feet! Those who prefer to reach Belly Beach by feet need to cross the Coco Beach in Labadie to get access to this small sandy cove that offers minimal yet just enough facilities to spend a night or two!
One must-see destination for tourists on Haiti's list of beautiful places to visit is the breathtaking waterfalls of Saut Mathurine. Located near Camp-Perrin, it is thought of, by many, as one of the most beatific natural wonders of the West Indies and also happens to be the biggest waterfalls in Haiti. Crashing down from the La Selle Mountains, the falls feeds into a natural pool that is surrounded by profuse greenery.
On the site in the town of Choiseul near Milot in the northern town of Haiti, a major tourist reception structure was inaugurated. In the objective to promote tourism in Haiti, specially in the North of the country which is the destination for several historic sites such as the most loved and well-known landmarks, the Citadelle Laferrière, the Haitian government has been making lots of efforts to bring tourism back in Haiti.
The government wants to create more tourist reception centers all over Haiti. It hopes that the reception sites will attract local and foreign investors to create restaurant, hotels, kiosks for crafts merchants.
With this improvements being made for tourist reception in town of Choiseul, Milot, Haiti vision as a tourist destination is now more than just a pipe dream.