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Specialty Museum
Discover more about Haiti's heritage with a visit to Musee du Pantheon National Haitien, a national museum focusing on the heroes of independ
Tours from $750
Papillon Enterprise , Port-au-Prince
Visit the socially conscious Papillon Enterprise, a worthwhile business based on the idea of creating jobs for the community by exporting and
Flea Market
Marche de Fer , Port-au-Prince
Head to Marche de Fer for an authentic Haiti flee market experience. The market continues to sell similar food and clothing as it did 150 yea
Tours from $5,500
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Duration: 8 days
Cap Haïtien is known as Haiti's largest center of historic monuments. The bay, beaches and monuments make the city a "Tourist Paradise".This tour organised and managed by Haitian nationals who passionate about their culture and wish to share it with travelers. So come and discover an authentic Haiti.This 7-night luxury vacation in Haitian Cape will quench your thirst for an idyllic vacation amongst the historical monuments and sparkling sandy beaches, not forgetting the rivers weaving their way through the villages and towns.
Book on Viator from $5,500
Kokoye Beach , Petit Goave
Outdoor Activity
Kay Piat , Montrouis


Specialty Museums · Ruins · Flea Markets
Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, gives most visitors their first taste of the country, along with all of its rugged and lively charm. The already economically embattled capital was devastated by the 2010 earthquake, with rebuilding efforts ongoing and many of the city's poorer citizens still displaced. Despite the challenges (and there have been many) the city has been on the mend, with tourism beginning to pick up. For the tourists that do make the journey, Port-au-Prince more than satisfies. Rich in history and with diverse cultural influences, Port-au-Prince's attractions range from colonial-era buildings to lively local eateries serving the country's idiosyncratic cuisine. With the country's main airport located here, Port-au-Prince also acts as a gateway for explorations further afield. Use our world travel planner: Port-au-Prince and all its delights await.

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Where to stay in Port-au-Prince

Port-au-Prince offers a plethora of accommodations, though surprisingly few by the water. The most popular area to stay is in the southern neighborhood of Petion-Ville, where you can choose from a range of hotels, many with swimming pools and complimentary breakfast. The suburb of Turgeau--also in the south but closer to the coast--offers a similar selection of options. If you stay a bit farther north, you'll have easy access to the city's airport.
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