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Discover the natural beauty of Haiti on an expedition to Bassin Zim from Port au Prince. On arrival to Bassin Zim, visit caves that are used by locals for spiritual purposes and see artwork from indigenous Taino Indians. Then take a dip in the natural basins of the waterfalls before heading to a local restaurant for a delicious Haitian lunch.
Jacmel is known for its coffee trade and mountainous landscape, but is often overlooked due to its distance from the capital. Discover the city and its natural surroundings on a day tour from Port-au-Prince, benefiting from round-trip transfer and lunch included for a seamless experience. Along the way, explore an organic coffee plantation, swim in the hidden pools of Bassin Bleu, and absorb panoramic coastal views from a hilltop hotel.
This day trip takes you from the capital city Port-au-Prince 109 miles (176 kilometers) north to Nord. Take a private charter plane to Nord and visit the Citadelle, a mountaintop fortress built in 1820. Then it’s on to Sans-Souci Palace, the former royal residence of King Henri I of Haiti and Queen Marie-Louise. Lunch and free time in downtown Cap Haitian is included.
Let us take you to the most beautiful Super-Star of off-shore islands in HAITI . Picture yourself under the Sun, in the Sand, Booze in hands, Haitian "Bwa Fouye"and Bikinis!You will certainly spread the word to the world after such an unforgettable experience.
Discover the haunting ruins of the Haitian revolution at San Souci Palace and Citadelle Laferrière on a tour that includes an optional horseback ride to the dramatic, mountaintop fort. Combining the destinations is a fascinating glimpse of Haiti’s history and at the life of the revolutionary King Henri Christophe, and you'll find dramatic views across Haiti's tropical peaks from the two UNESCO World Heritage Sites.