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.
Visiting New York City? Now there is a 'Little Haiti' in the BIG Apple. Get a taste of Haitian culture in New York.
The proposed little Haiti district in New York was defined as the area roughly between Avenue H and Parkside Avenue, East 16th Street and Brooklyn Avenue.
Here is a photo of the Artibonite river in Haiti. all that water you see here is being stored behind the Peligre Dam for agricultural purposes and to generate hydroelectricity.
This is all the water that goes through the 3 turbines at the Peligre hydro electric power plant to generate electrity for hundreds of thousands of people.
called the Fleuve Artibonite, this is the longest river in Haiti.
Here is a photo of a Taxi Moto (Haitian motorcycle taxi) taking a passenger from Fort Liberte To Ouanaminthe back in the days.
This photo was taken on my last Haiti road trip from Fort Liberte to Ouanaminthe Haiti. Around that time, the road to Ouanaminthe Haiti was under construction. I hear it's beautiful now but I haven't been back since.
Have you ever been to Belladere Haiti? Belladere is a great city to visit if you happen to be in the Plateau Central region of Haiti.
This is the original welcome sign of the city of Belladere when it was elevated to the rank of commune back in 1948.
Here is a little history of Belladere that you probably didn't know:
The original name of Belladere was Vella-Dera, a Spanish name.
Belladere was founded in the beginning of the the 19th century but it became the 'Commune de Belladere' in 1948 when former Haiti President Dumarsais Estime rebuilt and established the city.
Under the administration of Dumarsais Estimé, Belladère was the flower of the Central Plateau, an interesting cultural, intellectual, commercial and political crossroads.
Also Read: Belladere Haiti, how this city was built...
One of the best resorts in Haiti is Labadee (Labadie in French) in Northern Haiti. But to go there you may have to book a cruise with Royal Caribbean Cruise Line.
Labadee is private beach resort in Haiti leased to Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., for the exclusive use of passengers of its three cruise lines: Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, and Azamara Club Cruises, until 2050.
People ask: Is it safe to go to Labadee Haiti?
Of course it is... Labadee resort is completely tourist-oriented, and it is guarded by a private security force.
In Labadee everything is in place to receive tourists for a day even very private cabins, over-water cabanas, that you actually have to walk in the water to get into.
There are many attractions to enjoy your stay at Labadee including Dragon's Breath Zip Line, the world's longest zip line over water.
See the tourists from the Royal Caribbean Voyager Of The Seas cruise ship hanging out and enjoying their Kayak Adventure in Labadee Haiti.
If you want to Cruise to Labadee, Haiti, and discover your very own private paradise set amid spectacular mountains and lush foliage, you will have to book a cruise with Royal Caribbean Cruise Line.
Labadee is a private resort leased to Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., for the exclusive use of passengers of its three cruise lines.
Here is a photo of the Mariott Port-au-Prince Hotel in Turgeau, one of the best and most splendid hotels in Haiti, minutes away from the Port-au-Prince commercial district...
The Marriott Haiti Port-au-Prince hotel is Haiti's first 4-star internationally branded hotel.
Planning a trip to Haiti? Want to stay in one of the best hotels in Haiti? Consider booking a reservation at the Mariott Port-au-Prince Hotel
Bassin Zim Waterfall is a fantastic must-see waterfall in Hinche, Centre Department, Haiti, and a wonderful place to visit on your next vacation to Haiti.
The Bassin Zim water fall is located about 30 minutes outside city of Hinche, Haiti, in a locality called 'Nan Papaye'.
Bassin Zim is one of the hidden treasures of Haiti that has never really been explored. I say that because, as magnificent as the Bassin Zim waterfall is, it is not getting the volume of tourist it deserves.
Bassin Zim is not just a water fall There is astounding cave that sits right above the water fall. The river that becomes this beautiful waterfall comes shooting out of a whole in the mountain top above, behind the Bassin Zim cave.
The water then goes through three natural pools, one right beneath the other, before finally creating this magnificent water fall you will see the next time you vacation there.
Here is a photo of the Bassin Bleu Waterfall Haiti, a very famous waterfalls in Haiti and a great place to visit on your next trip to Haiti and the Caribbean.
Bassin Bleu, Blue basin in English, is not just a waterfall. Bassin Bleu is a natural water site located west of the city of Jacmel, in the Sud-Est department of Haiti.
This amazing site that you must visit consists of three natural water pools along the Jacmel River (Petite Rivière de Jacmel). Basin Bleu is one of them.
Bassin Bleu is located 40 minutes from Jacmel in the direction of La Vallée-de-Jacmel,
Saut-d'Eau is a gorgeous and sacred waterfall in the Centre department of Haiti. Saut-d'Eau is a great tourist attractions and definitely one of the great destinations to visit when in Haiti.
The town where the waterfall is located is also called Saut-d'Eau, named after the waterfall.
Saut d'Eau is hot spot in Haiti, a very cultural and very religious hot spot where Haitians, both Catholic and Vodou practitioners go on pilgrimages each year.
It is believed that the Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel appeared on a palm tree there in the 19th century.
Haitians go there and they bathe in the waterfall. Some believe it has healing powers.
So, definitely add Saut-d'Eau to your Haitian places to visit bucket list.