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By Ladies how about a little advice please in cap-haitien edit ] You can advide a chauffeur to drive you around while you are in Haiti. It is more expensive than a city bus or tap-tap, but is similar to renting a car. Chauffeurs own their own vehicles, usually 4-wheel drive, and can take you most any place you Ladies how about a little advice please in cap-haitien to go. There are very few road signs so it is difficult to navigate the roads without help. Chauffeurs can also interpret for you and recommend places to eat and stay. When looking for a driver, the Oloffson is an easy place to start; drivers often hang around the driveway looking for fares. Regardless of where you stay, it is easy enough to have the front desk phone a taxi, which will most likely be driven by a friend or a relative.

If you have the chance, Alix Toyo is a particularly reliable and fair driver, who is full of interesting stories about the various visitors and celebrities he has driven around the country. If you are lucky enough to find Toyo, be sure to ask him about the time when he drove Jean Claude Van Damme to Jacmel. By car[ edit ] Cars may be rented through Hertz, Avis, etc. Taxis in Haiti are usually in the form of SUVs or trucks, as most of the roads are long overdue for repairs, in addition to plethora of unpaved roads one faces while travelling in Haiti. The price is often fair i. By bus[ edit ] Tap Taps are the most economical way to travel in Haiti. Haitian tap-taps are modified trucks or vans and are ubiquitous throughout Haiti.

A raised wooden canopy-like cabin usually sits over the truck bed while wood benches are attached to the bed and serve as seats. Tap-taps are frequently painted bright colours, and often bear a religious slogan, such as Jesus vous aime "Jesus loves you". They are also quite convenient as they will stop anywhere along the route: However, they are sometimes overpacked and can be quite dangerous to ride in the mountain roads where the road conditions are less than ideal. First time travellers who do not speak conversational Creole are advised not to travel by tap-tap without assistance.

There are also school bus versions of tap-taps used for longer voyages. These are often modified school buses. A more comfortable alternative for long distance travel are minibuses. These congregate at various lots throughout the city, organized by destination. Creole is mutually intelligible with French on the most basic level, so the competent French speaker should be fine in limited circumstances. Many Haitians are very appreciative if you take the trouble to learn a little bit of one of the official languages preferably Creolerather than using an interpreter or expecting them to speak English. Haitians working in tourist areas usually speak English well enough for conversation.

In towns along the border with the Dominican Republic, it is easy to find people who speak a conversational level of Spanish. See[ edit ][ add listing ] Labadee is a resort leased long term by Royal Caribbean International. Although sometimes described in advertisements as an island in its own right, it is actually contiguous with the rest of Hispaniola. Labadee is fenced off from the surrounding area. The cruise ships arrive and dock at a newly constructed pier. Attractions include a Haitian Flea Market, traditional Haitian dance performances, numerous beaches, water sports, and a waterpark.

But be aware that you have to pay to get inside. Also be aware that Haitians are not allowed to come inside, so almost all your spendings go to Royal Caribbean International and not to the people of Haiti. Lately the city of Jacmel, due to its reputation as being less politically volatile, its French colonial era architecture, its colourful cultural carnival, pristine beaches and a nascent film festival has been attracting local tourists and a small amount of international tourism.

The main attraction of Haiti is for sure hkw Citadelle La Ferriere, which is the largest fort of the americas. It was build as a safety measure against attacks from France, after the people who were brought to Haiti as slaves and their descendants defended themselves against ccap-haitien French colonialists and established the first black republic. The aboit itself was located in the kingdom of North Haiti, which was ruled by Henri Christoph, one of the leaders of the former slave rebellion. Littlle also lies on top of a mountain, which will also give you the opportunity to enjoy cap-gaitien best view over Haiti. At the bottom of the mountain you can find also the ruins cap-hxitien the castle Sans Souci, in which the wife of Henri Christoph used to live.

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Tour Haiti is one of a adice travel companies based in Port-au-Prince and is a useful point of call advicce you are abut a trip to Haiti. Here, you can find crafts, produce, food, clothes, and possibly jewelry Barbancourt Distillery aa Haiti's famous rhum, Barbancourt, is manufactured here. Cap-haitlen can get samples, buy some bottles, and see how it's manufactured La Citadelle - The largest fortress in the Western Hemisphere. See the canonballs and old weaponry that lies there. You can tour around lottle take many fun pictures! Fort Jaques - Another one of the many fortresses in Haiti. The museum Slots adult girlss in auckland old documents, weapons, uniforms, and a slave plantation replica.

Oittle is quite a place for the history lovers. Art Galleries - You will come across many art galleries when in Haiti, all with breathtaking art. Gelee Beach - Home to one of Haiti's best music festivals, and includes some bars Jacmel Boardwalk - It's simple, but still beautiful. You get a nice view of the beach, while there are vendors, restos, and a small stage to watch steer performers Saut-D'eau - This waterfall is located near Port-Au-Prince. It's a religious place for some of Haiti's voudoun believers, so you may see people praying around there. It's and amazing experience hiking up mountains, and crossing plains Pic la Selle - climb the highest mountain in Haiti and feel on top of the world The Haitian gourde HTG is the currency of Haiti.

This practice is a holdover from the US occupation of Haiti in the early 20th century, during which the gourde was pegged at 5 gourdes to the US dollar. Haiti has become famous for its very informal yet interesting bustling marketplace. Everything is sold here ranging from the curiously appealing to the dullest of objects for rather inexpensive prices. Haggling is both wise and recommended, as most Haitians will charge foreigners at least double the market rate. There are various large retail supermarkets in the capital that offer a variety of items at fixed prices.

Haiti has a world of crafts waiting to be sought after. You will best be able to find stores and legitimate shops in certain hotels and resorts. It is similar to its Spanish Caribbean neighbours yet unique in its strong presence of spices. Roast goat called 'kabrit', morsels of fried pork 'griot', poultry with a Creole sauce 'poulet creole', rice with wild mushroom 'du riz jonjon' are all wonderful and tasty dishes. Along the coast fish, lobster and conch are readily available. Haiti has a very fine collection of fruit including guava, pineapple, mango Haiti's most prized fruitbanana, melons, breadfruit, as well as mouth watering sugarcane cut and peeled to order on the streets.

Restaurants in the bigger cities provide safe and delicious meals, and precautions are taken with the food and water to keep things safe. A Haitian typical meal usually contains rice usually brown or white. A popular meal you might find is pressed fried plantains, fried pork, and a cole-slaw like topping commonly known as "pikliz". Haitian street vendors also serve delicious food as well, particularly fried foods. Be sure to watch them cook the food, and it's best that you ask the vendors to fry their foods well-done, especially if it's meat. However, even in resorts with purified water, it is not always safe to assume that raw vegetables such as lettuce and tomatoes have been properly washed.

In smaller or more humble venues make sure to eat fruit and vegetables that can be skinned or peeled, drink bottled drinks only, make sure any ice is from a clean water source, and make sure any meat is well-cooked. Crowded tap-taps and buses can take you to Croix-des-Bouquets for 50 gourdes 1. The road has variable conditions and is prone to flooding. Peruvian UN soldiers at the border have confirmed that the road to Port-au-Prince is safe to travel with no incidents of robbery or kidnappings, but definitely try to arrive in Port-au-Prince before dark.

By car[ edit ] Cars may be rented through Hertz, Avis, etc. Taxis in Haiti are usually in the form of SUVs or trucks, as most of the roads are long overdue for repairs, in addition to plethora of unpaved roads one faces while travelling in Haiti. The price is often fair i. By bus[ edit ] Tap-taps "Tap-taps" are the most economical way to travel in Haiti. Haitian tap-taps are modified trucks or vans and are ubiquitous throughout Haiti. A raised wooden canopy-like cabin usually sits over the truck bed while wood benches are attached to the bed and serve as seats. Tap-taps are frequently painted bright colors, and often bear a religious slogan, such as Jesus vous aime "Jesus loves you".

They are also quite convenient as they will stop anywhere along the route: However, they are sometimes overpacked and can be quite dangerous to ride in the mountain roads where the road conditions are less than ideal. First time travellers who do not speak conversational Creole are advised not to travel by tap-tap without assistance. There are also school bus versions of tap-taps used for longer voyages. These are often modified school buses. A more comfortable alternative for long distance travel are minibuses.

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These congregate at various lots throughout the city, organized by destination. Creole is mutually intelligible with French on the most basic level, so the competent French speaker should be fine in limited circumstances. Many Haitians are very appreciative if you take the trouble to learn a little bit of one of the official languages preferably Creolerather than using an interpreter or expecting them to speak English. Haitians working in tourist areas usually speak English well enough for conversation. See[ edit ] Ruins of Sans Souci Palace Port-Au-Prince has some landmarks, structures and statues, such as a large pair of hands holding the earth. Many of these are close to the airport.

This city is the largest in Haiti and was the most affected by the earthquake. You will still see evidence of the disaster, such as crumbling buildings, but much reconstruction has taken place. When you go a short distance outside of the city, you will have a better idea of the devastation.


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