There is so much to do in Haiti. The cultural sites are magnificent. Ride a horse up to the Citadelle Laferriere, the largest fortress in the Americas whom many consider to be the "Eighth Wonder of the World;" cool off in some of Haiti's hundreds of caves; attend the annual Port-au-Prince Jazz festival; vibe to the music of the nightlife in Petionville; visit the private virgin beaches (Haiti sports the second longest coastline in the Caribbean due to its horseshoe-like shape); attend the rhum agricole tasting sessions (made from pure sugarcane opposed to molasses like other rums) at the world class Barbancourt distillery; attend CARNIVAL; watch an association football match at Sylvio Cator Stadium; wake up to French baguettes and cheeses in the morning; try some authentic Haitian cuisine (a Creole cuisine influenced with African culinary aesthetic, paired with a very French sophistication); enjoy variety of cold beverages, a "Prestige" lager beer, "Cremas" (a traditional creme liquor) or "Ti' Punch" (a cocktail also enjoyed in the rest of the French Caribbean); visit the colonial city of Jacmel home to some of the beautiful old French architecture; buy some world-class naive art from a dealer; enjoy a Yaquiba cigar (similar to a Cuban, but rarer to find); go on the cruise to Labadee (northern Haiti) to the Zipline & Aerial Adventure Park; Waterskiing & Jetskiing in Montrouis; mountain bike riding in the hills in Leogane...and so much more.
Also, humanitarian work can be done to help the people who are still taken aback by the unfortunate devastating earthquake. Help donate some spare change to Haiti as well as clothes, food, can food water and more if you can.
GOD BLESS HAITI
people in haiti do all types of things wit it being as poor as it is ppl cant afford to have fun but theres clubs programs beaches movies retaurants or even traveling and seeing how thw country is like is fun!
The best thing to do when you go to haiti is visit all the beautiful sites and taste their food. The elegant town called Jacmel has beautiful old palaces to visit while the Musee du Pantheon is a ancient museum in an old stunning mansion atop a hill. Les Cayes is a sea port & town with slopes that gently fall down onto beautiful white sandy beaches. Petionville is a wealthy upper class suburb located on northern hills. Cascade Bleu has cascading waterfalls and Etang Saumatre is great for viewing the country's plants. A wonderful restaurant to visit is La Souvenance. It's really a great country.
Boys and girls both love to play soccer. Kids also like to make homemade kites.
Play soccer or play dominoes or with cards. Or go boating if you're on the coast.
Card games , sports , gambling and dominoes are popular pastimes, soccer is the most popular sport in Haiti.
They have dances and they play music. They also do artwork.
Before the earthquake there were many rituals and parties all throughout Haiti. Children would spend there time usually only playing outside on the shore or rivers.
Haiti has no deserts although there are vast areas of deforested land that resembles desert today, thanks to human activities.
No 1 is tourism. They also raise a lot of sugar cane.
For direct flights, about 1.75 hours flying time. This is time 'in the air' and excludes ground activities.
Haiti is called Haiti, but its neighbor is called the Dominican Republic.
what is Haiti's moth what is Haiti's official language
The Official Name of Haiti is the "Republic of Haiti"
Haiti has an area of 27,750
The population of Haiti is 8,326,000 The population of Haiti is 8,326,000 The population of Haiti is 8,326,000
Haiti is an independent country.
What are Haiti's coordinates
No, Haiti is a country.