HAITI YACHT CHARTER
Located in the Caribbean
, on the island of Hispaniola in the Greater Antilles archipelago, Haiti is a small country sharing an island with the Dominican Republic
. Although Haiti has suffered many drawbacks in the past years, it is a country of natural beauty, untouched by mass tourism and commercialism. Its pure sand or small pebble beaches and crystal clear water will enchant any yacht charterer eager to discover this hidden treasure.
Gelée Beach - Credit to Haiti Tourism Board
Haiti is an ideal destination for travellers looking for adventure, who are full of curiosity and passion for new cultures and the magic of mysterious destinations. The island is an enchanting land bursting with cultural and artistic creations, stunning crafts and an omnipresent sense of the sacred. Every step of the way you will come across a wealth of natural beauty, historical remains, amazing biodiversity of caves and waterfalls and harmonious synergy between nature and the Haiti's people.
Embarking on yacht charter vacation in Haiti you will be greeted by majestic mountains, enchanting colonial cities, fabulous panoramas, breathtaking beaches, yearlong sunshine, azure skies and the amazing arts and crafts of the local people. There are only handful of yachts and superyachts available for charter in Haiti, or those that include Haiti in their itinerary, however it is always a good idea to contact us if you are interested in travelling to Haiti aboard a luxury yacht and we can research the available vessels at that given time.
Visiting Haiti aboard a superyacht means that you will not have to worry about anything. Your Captain and the experienced crew will organise a made-to-measure itinerary, put together a completely personalised menu and organise any tours or day trips around the island. It is up to you how much (or how little) you would like to do on your vacation: you can spend all your time exploring the island and the culture, relax on the beaches or get involved with the local community. Your Captain will closely collaborate with the local tour operators or service providers to ensure quality service and best options are provided to you and the party travelling with you.
Tuyac Waterfall - Photo credit to Haiti Tourism Board
Pot-au-Prince is Haiti's capital city and home to various attractions, restaurants, hotels and entertainment for visiting travellers. The city offers historic attractions in a vibrant setting and most importantly, represents the country's financial and political capital. Amongst the main attraction in Port-au-Prince is the Champs de Mars public park, situated near the ruins of the National Palace. Yacht charterers might want to visit the Pétion Ville neighbourhood boasting many restaurants where they can indulge in a local Creole cuisine accompanied by a glass of local rum or locally-made beer.
Known as Marche Vallière or Marché Hyppolite, the Iron Market represents an architectural masterpiece of unparalleled artistic and historic value. This vibrant market is full of life with plenty of local produce, groceries and souvenirs to be found. Saint Pierre Public Park is another location for visitors to visit, located eight kilometres outside Port-au-Prince.
For the lovers of Rum, Société Rhum Barbancourt might be of interest, producing sugarcane-based rums. This locally-produced rum has a unique bouquet and aroma of Barbacourt's inimi-table rums. Ask you Captain for more information as only pre-arranged visits are allowed.
Photo credit to Haiti Tourism Board
For unique entertainment you might want to check out the Canne a Sucre Historic Park on the site of a former Chateaublond sugarcane plantation and production. The park hosts numerous concerts throughout the year.
Located about 12 miles from Port-au-Prince, Fort Jacques offers a wonderful view of the entire bay of Port-au-Prince. It can be reached by taking a pleasant walk through a pine forest.
Belot, located about 9 kilometres southeast off of the Kenskoff road is another interesting place to visit on Haiti. It is an active agricultural centre producing delicious varieties of onions, carrots, potatoes and herbs used to make tea, such as spearmint, mint, basil and citronella. The Belot Mountain is a fantastic place to spend a day with friends and family, while enjoying the breathtaking views.
Another great place for a day-trip is the La Visite National Park, wxhere rich biodiversity of fauna and flora can be found. It is accessible through a trail in Furcy and from Marigot and Fond Jean Noel Macary where two roads have been recently renovated.
If on the other hand you feel like enjoying yourself on a beach, then the Arcadins Coast could be just the right place for you. Offering white sandy beaches it is located about 45 minutes north of Port-au-Prince. Seawaters along the Arcadins coastline are usually calm and transparent, making it a fantastic destination for snorkelling and water sports.
La Citadelle Henry near Cap Haitien - Photo Heiti Tourism Board
If you are after the most beautiful beach on Haiti, then you should not miss the Labadie, renowned as the most exclusive stop in the Caribbean Sea. It is situated 5 kilometres from Cap-Haitian and represents a lovely fishing village with a stunning private beach.
There are plenty of other things to see and do on Haiti, including various museums, parks, beaches and villages. If you are interested in chartering a yacht to discover Haiti, then do not hesitate to contact our brokers
for more information. Our agents, together with the captain will organise the best suitable itinerary, reflecting your interests and lifestyle.
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