Places To Visit 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?
Here is a photo of Haiti's Citadelle Laferriere, the largest fortress in the western hemisphere built by Haitian King Henri Christophe.
Citadelle Laferriere is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Learn more about the Citadelle Laferriere here:
Photographs of Fort Jacques, a historic fort in Haiti built above the clouds of Port-au-Prince Haiti.
Named after General Jean-Jacques Dessalines, one of the forefathers of Haitian independence, Fort Jacques was built to over look the bay and thus provide a fortress above Port-au-Prince Bay.
Fort Jacques is about 20 minutes from Petion-Ville and it has a breathtaking view of the Capital.
Fort Jacques is definitely one of the places to visit in Haiti.
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.