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.

Francois Hollande - France President

Francois Hollande - France President

Look at this photo... François Gérard Georges Nicolas Hollande, French politician, 24th president of France...

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Haiti Carnaval Des Fleurs

Haiti Carnaval Des Fleurs

Here is a photo taken at Haiti Carnaval Des fleurs 2012

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beautiful haitian women

beautiful haitian women

Festival Soleil 2007 Pictures, Kaliko Beach Haiti, Festival Soleil is annual Haitian music festival produced by Ambiance SA and Planet Creole.

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Les Cayes Haiti Carnaval 2012

Les Cayes Haiti Carnaval 2012

Here is a photo taken in Les Cayes Haiti during Kanaval 2012 weekend

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Planting Corn in Haiti

Planting Corn in Haiti

Look at this photo... Corn growing in my little backyard farm in Haiti...

The majority of Haitian farmers plan corn but unfortunately, they have to wait for the rain season to plant the corn.

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Haiti Prime Minister Jean Max Bellerive

Haiti Prime Minister Jean Max Bellerive

Here is a still photo, Haiti Prime Minister Jean Max Bellerive, taken from the Haiti earthquake documentary Thirty Five Long Seconds, a documentary by Mario L. Delatour

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Wind Of Desire Movie

Wind Of Desire Movie

Wind of Desire Movie Snapshots © Will Brothers Entertainment

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I love you Anne Movie pictures

I love you Anne Movie pictures

Snapshots from the haitian motion picture I love you Anne starring Tonton Bicha and Nice Simon

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Bassin Zim Water Fall

Bassin Zim Water Fall

Not far from the town of Hinche Haiti is an amazing water fall called Bassin Zim.

Bassin Zim is one of the hidden treasures of Haiti that has never been explored. Bassin Zim is not just a water fall. The river that becomes this beautiful water called Bassin Zim comes shooting out of a whole in the mountain top, behind a cave.

The water then goes through three natural pools before finally creating the water fall.

I've been told that behind the water fall is another cave and visitors has swam through the water fall into the cave.

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