Tourism in haiti
Bassin Zim is filled with stories and legends. To several believers, these are site of mystique that provide benefits to pure souls. The site special attraction and it is a matter of time before we are able to invite other to see the beauty it offers. Bassin Zim is yet another reason why the country is known for wonderful and enchanting environment.
One of the reasons that caused the region not to be accessible to the rest of the country was the road condition. We can actually give credit to the government of Michel Martelly for his initiative to build many roads in the region of Hinche. However in regard to access to Bassin Zim, this still pauses a problem. It is difficult to access the Bassin Zim. The government needs to continue with its effort to build roads to make the region more accessible
This is a picture of the beautiful Ti-Mouillage Beach near the city of Jacmel. It is licated between Jacmel and Cayes-Jacmel. Just like this one, the city of jacmel is fortunate to have some of the best beaches in Haiti
There are miles of undeveloped coastlines with white sands and clear water
It has been close to three Months sice Michel Martelly has been in power an so far he has not been able to to form a government. In the meantime, the president was in the city of Milot in the north of Haiti to Sans Souci palace and Citadele Laferriere. The aim of the visit is to promote tourism in Haiti. the president took the opportunity while on the ruins of the Sans Souci palace to let the population know the high importance he gives to the tourist sector in Haiti. President Michel Martelly told the crowd that he already made contacts and it is a matter of the local population to help him to make the plan a reality. The message was welcomed by the population of Milot as they feel that the president was clear in helping them to bring tourism in the region of Milot to visit the Sans Souci Palace and the Citadelle Laferiere
The Martelly's government has a goal to transform the entire SouthEast Department into a tourist destination. The Haitian Minister of Tourism, Stéphanie Balmir Villedrouin brought several Venezuelan Investors to the city of Jacmel to evaluate how they could contribute in the development of the region. There is currently about $30 millions available for investment in infrastructure and several key points in Jacmel and the region.
The Minister of Tourism, Stéphanie Balmir Villedrouin, is currently focused on several areas such as improving the capacity of the seaport in Jacmel to accommodate large cruise liners. The government wants the SouthEast Department to benefit as well from the tourists who come via cruise line.