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Guide to Haiti

Rich in natural beauty and culture

Sharing the island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic, Haiti has all the hallmarks of a classic Caribbean destination. Calm clear waters, pristine white sandy beaches and the isles strong historic culture are enough to tempt any yacht charterer to these treasured waters. 

Adventurous travellers will thrive in Haiti as the island has countless places on offer for those eager to explore the varied landscape. There are an array of opportunities to seek out hidden waterfalls in Jacmel, meander through the March de Fer in Port-au-Prince or trek up to the largest fortress in the western hemisphere, La Citadelle Laferrière. The Citadelle is an astonishing site that the Haitans call the eighth wonder of the world. Completed in 1820, the fortress gives commanding views in every direction making it easy to spend hours exploring this historical monument.

Bassin Bleu is another one of the island’s highlights, a series of three cobalt-blue pools linked by waterfalls tucked into the mountains 12km Northwest of Jacmel. The area is perfect for those wanting to swim and adventure through rocks and mountains to find an idyllic tranquil spot. Thrill seekers will not be disappointed as there is even an area where you can jump from high rocks into the crystal turquoise waters.

Haiti is home to many beautiful beaches that will enhance your stay on the island, Wahoo bay, Ils-a-Rat and Labadee beach are all very popular areas for visitors to relax, lay back and soak up the Caribbean sunshine. Offering calm waters, soft sands and scenic vistas, many of the bays are prime locations for a spot of snorkelling as the water is particularly calm and clear.

Nature lovers can enjoy the rich diversity in the plant and animal life found across Haiti. There are over one thousand species of butterflies and various hummingbirds, Orioles and flamingoes that roam around the island. Those on a luxury superyacht charter get a premier view of the porcupine fish, stingrays and colourful marine life that are commonly seen on the central and south coasts of the island. After a hearty breakfast on board, set sail to the waters of ​​Petit-Goâve where dolphins are often seen playing in the water. 

With pine-tree-capped mountains, tumbling waterfalls and tranquil beaches dotted around the striking landscape, Haiti promises to be an interesting and adventurous yacht chartering destination from the moment you arrive. 

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Historic and cultural island
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