Haiti Virtual Tourist

Take a virtual tour of Haiti from the comfort of your home from anywhere in the world. Let Haiti Virtual Tourist take you on a virtual flight to Haiti where you can discover as much as you want about the Haitian people, our culture, food, history, tourist attractions and more without actually having to catch a flight or travel to Haiti.

A day at the beach - Haitians enjoying themselves in the ocean

A day at the beach - Haitians enjoying themselves in the ocean

Many Haitians love to take some time off and spend a day at the beach. Those who can afford it will go to an all inclusive beach resort but for those who cannot afford it, there's plenty of beaches in Haiti where you can go enjoy yourself without spending any money.

Haiti is occupies the western part of the second largest island in the Caribbean, the island of Hispaniola. Haiti is surrounded by beautiful white sandy beaches.

Come have some fun. Come spend a day at the beach in Beautiful Haiti.

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Radio Christian Connection Concert

Radio Christian Connection Concert

Here is a photo, Radio Christian Connection Concert

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New Arrivals Area at Cap-Haitien International Airport in the northern city of Cap Haitien, Haiti

New Arrivals Area at Cap-Haitien International Airport in the northern city of Cap Haitien, Haiti

Here is a photo of the new Arrivals area at Cap-Haitien International Airport New Arrivals Area in the city of Cap Haitien, Haiti.

This new airport facility was inaugurated on Tuesday August 14 2018 by Haitian president Jovenel Moise.

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A look inside the new Arrivals area at Cap-Haitien International Airport in Northern Haiti A look inside the new Arrivals area at Cap-Haitien International Airport in Northern Haiti

This is just the beginning of a new plan to accommodate more airline passengers at Cap-Haitien International Airport. The goal is to bring more tourists to Northern Haiti, and for that there is a need for a larger terminal capable of accommodating many more passengers and airlines.

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A look inside the new Arrivals area at Cap-Haitien International Airport in Northern Haiti

A look inside the new Arrivals area at Cap-Haitien International Airport in Northern Haiti

It's brand spanking new... This is what the inside of the new arrivals area of the Cap-Haitien International Airport looks like in the northern Haitian city of Cap-Haitian. More space for more tourists...

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New Arrivals Area at Cap-Haitien International Airport in the northern city of Cap Haitien, Haiti New Arrivals Area at Cap-Haitien International Airport in the northern city of Cap Haitien, Haiti

Inaugurated on Tuesday August 14 2018, this new arrival area at Cap-Haitien International Airport will significantly increase the number of passengers a Haitian official said.

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konpa festival 2006

konpa festival 2006

Here are some pictures taken during the konpa festival 2006 in Miami

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Senkant Kob: Once upon a time, this was equivalent to a dime in the United States (Haiti Money - Haitian currency)

Senkant Kob: Once upon a time, this was equivalent to a dime in the United States (Haiti Money - Haitian currency)

Here is a photo of an old 1975 Haitian coin, 50 centimes or Senkant Kob in Creole, this is half or 1 gourde. Back in those days, One US dollar was worth 5 Gourdes.

Once upon a time, this was equivalent to a dime in the United States. Nowadays, no such coin exists in Haiti, the smallest coin in circulation is the 5 gourdes. You may find one gourde but you can't buy anything with it, not even a candy, something that sekant kob could buy 10 of back in the days.

On the coin is written: Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite... Augmentons La Production Alimentaire (Freedom, Equality, Fraternity ... Let's increase Food Production)

Haitian Creole: Nan tan lontan, ti nèg te ka achte 10 bonbon lanmidon ak lajan sa a. oswa w te ka fè chwa 10 tito, 2 bout kann anana, 10 dous lèt, yon citronade, 5 biswit a manba, 10 wayal (kasav ak manba) osinon yon boutey kola. Konye a yon grenn mant vann 10 goud.

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konpa festival 2006

konpa festival 2006

Here are some pictures taken during the konpa festival 2006 in Miami

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Zenglen Live, Djumbala Night Club

Zenglen Live, Djumbala Night Club

Here is a photo of Zenglen Live at Djumbala Night Club in Haiti.

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UN Soldiers in Haiti beach

UN Soldiers in Haiti beach

Here is a photo of United Nations MINUSTAH soldiers at the beach in Haiti keeping the peace and stabilizing the country.

The United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) was established on 1 June 2004 by Security Council resolution 1542.

MINUSTAH’s original mandate was to restore a secure and stable environment in Haiti, to promote the political process, to strengthen Haiti’s Government institutions and rule-of-law-structures, as well as to promote and to protect human rights.

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Rapper Lil Wayne Haitian Flag

Rapper Lil Wayne Haitian Flag

Here is a photo of Rapper Lil Wayne wearing a Haitian flag Bandana on his head. This is from the Trina Video Don't Trip Featuring Lil Wayne, shot in Little Haiti Florida

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