Nestled on the beach, this Montrouis resort is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Ogier- Fombrun Museum and 4.8 mi (7.7 km) from Guahaba Museum. Place Publique and Fort Delpeche ...
One half of the Caribbean island of Hispaniola, Haiti is a small independent country known for its rich vegetation as well as its rich culture. While the island is still recovering from the earthquake of 2010, visitors are most welcome and can find plenty of exciting things to do. Hotel visitors will choose from a range of hotels that offer services at low, affordable prices.
The Karibe Hotel and Convention Center has seating for up to 1,000 in its largest meeting room, and hotel visitors may also use one of the smaller rooms and enjoy Internet access.
Most restaurants in Haiti serve Caribbean style cuisine, and one of the best is Lakay in Cap Haitian, which is known as the place everybody goes. Other kinds of cuisine are also available, like at Magdoos in Port-Au-Prince, which serves Mediterranean-style food.
While Haiti has many attractions, one of the finest is the National History Park, which has been named a World Heritage Site. Hotel visitors will enjoy the natural beauty of the park as they explore the ruins of the citadel.
All along the roadsides anywhere in Haiti, visitors will find native art for sale. However, one of the best places to shop is the Mountain Maid Craft shop in Fermathe, which features all types of Haitian crafts.
Soccer is the national obsession of the Haitian people. Hotel visitors will find impromptu games being played wherever there is space and a ball.
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