Haiti | Destination overview
Ah, Haiti, where vaudou drums echo from the jungle during moonlit nights. Here is one of the most exotic destinations on earth. In Haiti, just about everybody is involved in the creative arts. The best of its painters sell their works for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Of late, tourists have by-passed Haiti because of its political instability. Haiti was once the New World's richest place and the crown jewel of the French overseas empire. Today, poverty is everywhere in evidence. For the experienced traveller only.
Mont Joli Hotel - Mont Joli Hotel in Cap-Haitien is strategically located
and can be easily accessible by almost all modes of transport.
You can site the hotel near the city center. You can make this
hotel as the base and move around the place. At the close
proximity to the hotel, you can find a number of shopping center as
Hotel Du Roi Christophe - Welcome to the Hostellerie du Roi Christophe where
colonial architecture and modern comfort blends with style and
elegance to create a pleasant and relaxed. Located in the heart of
the city of Cap-Haitien, our hotel is 15 minutes from the
international airport and the monument Vertieres. It is nearby the
Moulin Sur Mer - Moulin Sur Mer is located 77 km North West of Haiti's
International airport in Port-au-Prince. Its 51 acre beach front
property is niched in the La Gonave Bay, well protected from strong
hurricane winds and marine currents from the Atlantic Ocean and the
Golf of Mexico.
Set in a colonial style architecture,
All about Haiti
Haiti has had its share of ups and downs. Just over 200 years ago Saint Domingue, the French colonial name for what became Haiti, was the Western Hemisphere's richest colony. At the dawn of the 19th century, Emperor Napoleon I sent his troops to put dow ... continue