Some of the most amazing waterfalls in the Caribbean are in Haiti, great natural Caribbean destinations for tourists, some are well known Haiti waterfalls, others are still hidden treasures of Haiti. Take the virtual tour of all the Haiti waterfalls here.
Saut d'Eau (Sodo) water fall is one of the most famous waterfalls in Haiti and a great Caribbean tourist destination you should consider visiting at least once in your lifetime, on your next trip to Haiti or you next Caribbean adventure.
Saut d'Eau in English means waterfall and, in Haiti coincidentally, there is actually a famous waterfall named Saut d'Eau.
Come to Haiti, rent a car, go visit Saut d'Eau.
Saut d'eau distance from Port-au-Prince Haiti:
Seau d'Eau is only about 1h 30 minutes from Port-au-Prince. Just head to the Department du Centre via Route Nationale #3, when you reach the city of Mirebalais, you are almost there. Saut-d'Eau is a commune in the Mirebalais Arrondissement in Centre Haiti.
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.