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.

ZOUZOUL - Famous Haitian Singers

ZOUZOUL - Famous Haitian Singers

Jean-Michel St Victor, also known as Zouzoul, is a famous Haitian Compas Direct singer. Everyong in the Haitian music industry knows Zouzoul.

Jean-Michel St Victor alias Zouzoul is a life long member of legendary Haitian band Skah Shah #1, one of the top 10 most respected music bands in Compas Music.

Zouzoul's voice is eternalised in the Skah Shah's hit music "Caroline". Listen to it here.

For more info about musicians and the bands visit BelMizik.com

This is a photo of Zouzoul performing at the Haitian Entertainment Awards (HEA) in 2004.

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Royal Decameron Beach Resort, a great vacation destination when in Haiti

Royal Decameron Beach Resort, a great vacation destination when in Haiti

If you are looking for a great Caribbean vacation destinations, Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort in Cote des Arcadins, Montrouis Haiti, may just be what you are looking for... Look at that swimming pool... Look at the ocean view in the background...

Did you know?

Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort is an all inclusive resort in Haiti where you get buffet-style breakfast, lunch and dinner with unlimited consumption.

And listen to this... Royal Decameron has 350 rooms with an ocean side view.

Would you just love to dive in that pool?

Have you ever been to the Royal Decameron Beach Resort in Haiti?

What was your experience like?

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Alex Abellard and Ti Djo Zenny - Famous Haitian Singers

Alex Abellard and Ti Djo Zenny - Famous Haitian Singers

Alex Abellard is a singer, songwriter, and founder of Haitian music band ZIN. Alex is also the CEO of Alabel Mizik. Joseph Zenny Jr., alias Ti Djo Zenny, is an actor and musician, lead singer of Kreyol La, former member of Konpa Kreyol.

For more about Haitian music and the bands, visit BelMizik.com

For more info about the Haitians movies Ti Djo Zenny plays in visit BelFim.com

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Caves in Haiti : Bassin Zim Cave - Bassin Zim (Hinche) Haiti

Caves in Haiti : Bassin Zim Cave - Bassin Zim (Hinche) Haiti

Not far from the town of Hinche Haiti is an amazing water fall called Bassin Zim. There are a few caves at Bassin Zim that no one talks about. This is one of them.

This cave is form from a white rock and it is not very deep. Many people who visit this site on a regular basis use this little cave to perform voodoo rituals.

So don't be surprised if you walk in this little cave and you find an image hung in there with one or more 'bougie' lit on a rock.

Haiti is a mystical place. It is a part of our culture.

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What was Tonton Bicha thinking about?

What was Tonton Bicha thinking about?

Here is a rare photo of Haitian actor and comedian Daniel Fils-Aime, AKA Tonton Bicha deeply thinking about something... It makes you wonder, what was Tonton Bicha thinking about?

This photo was taken right before Tonton Bicha got on stage to perform at the 2006 Haitian Konpa Festival.

Tonton Bicha is a very popular Haitian actor and comedian.

Learn more about Tonton Bicha, the actor and all the Haitian movies he stars in at the Haitian Internet Movie Database.

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Coby Beach Resort, Cotes-de-Fer - Vacation Destinations in Haiti

Coby Beach Resort, Cotes-de-Fer - Vacation Destinations in Haiti

Take a look at this amazing vacation destination in Haiti. This is Coby Beach Resort in Cotes-de-Fer, Sud-Est, Haiti... Freakin Beautiful don't you think?

One visitor who stayed at Coby Beach Resort calls it a "glimpse of paradise far away from Port-au-Prince."

Another visitor who visited Coby Beach Resort in Cotes-de-Fer Haiti says it is a peaceful place where you can meet your true self and enjoy it.

So you your next trip to Cote-de-Fer, you might want to pay a visit to Coby Beach Resort.

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There is a 'Little Haiti' in the BIG Apple, Little Haiti New York

There is a 'Little Haiti' in the BIG Apple, Little Haiti New York

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.

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Artibonite River Haiti - This is all the water going to the Peligre hydroelectric power plant

Artibonite River Haiti - This is all the water going to the Peligre hydroelectric power plant

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.

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Taxi Moto - Fort Liberte To Ouanaminthe, Nord-Est, Haiti

Taxi Moto - Fort Liberte To Ouanaminthe, Nord-Est, 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.

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Belladere Haiti, the welcome sign and a little bit of history...

Belladere Haiti, the welcome sign and a little bit of history...

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...

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