Welcome to Haiti

A land with a soul

Plan your holiday to Haiti

Surprisingly, there’s quite a difference between its two seasons - wet and dry. There are several pros and cons to both, and cost is just the beginning.
As Cap-Haïtien's 350th anniversary draws near, take a swooping dive down into the heart of the city, and learn how it earned its well-deserved title as Haiti's second city.
Here are the very best places to see and be in Haiti during your winter vacation.

Fiercely independent: Haiti has attitude

Passion comes through everything Haitians do. It’s in the young men selling water in the streets. It’s in the late night laughter of people sitting at a bar by the side of the street. It’s in the mornings, noons, and nights of hustlers, of move-makers, of mothers leading households on their own, of families in the provinces, and of spirits young and old.

Madam Felix, Seguin, Haiti

Photo: Bill Hamway

Looking for some cool things to do?

Adventure awaits

Exploring hidden waterfalls in Jacmel, meandering through the March de Fer in Port-au-Prince and trekking up to the largest fortress in the western hemisphere, La Citadelle La Ferriere, Haiti has so much to offer the more adventurous traveller.

Travellers exploring the Kaskad Pichon waterfalls, Haiti

Photo: Franck Fontain

Winter activities and tips!

Travel to Haiti for less

Need the lowdown on airports, flights, when to go and how to find the cheapest deals? From reservation to relaxation, here’s our guide to getting to Haiti.

Aerogare Guy Malary, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Photo: Ricardo Lartigue