• Haiti Labadee
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  • Haiti
  • Haiti Labadee
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  • Haiti Milot



Visit the following places:

– Sans Souci Palacio; a heritage site in the town of Milot
– Cuidadela de Laférriere (Fort), a world heritage site in Milot
– The Edificios de Ramiers (Ramiers Areas)
– Cap Haiti’s sightseeing tour and the Nuestra Señora Basilica
– Labadee, beaches
– Paradise Beaches
– Ile de Rat (Island of Rat)


Haití – La Perla del Caribe Haití – The gem of the Caribbean


Duration 3/4 days (Depending on the boundary)

Physical Requirements 9/10

Number of hikers 2/10 persons

Just adults!


Christopher Columbus arrived in Haiti in December 1492, at that time appointed Mole Saint-Nicolas and the colony of the Castilian kingdom. 19 days later Cabo Haitiano (Cap-Haitien) ran into the Santa Maria Reef and left 39 soldiers who founded La Navidad (December 24th) and then resigned to the Spanish Empire. The immune system of the local population was not prepared for the illnesses imported by the Spaniards, so practically 1507 had abolished most of the aboriginal population and the few survivors practically slain. February 27, 1512 II. King Fernando accepted and signed the Leyes de Burgos (Burgos laws, which were ruled in the city of Burgos), which authorized the liberation, compulsory teaching and redeployment of the aborigines of the subordinated areas from slavery. The law was started in 1513 in Puerto Rico, Jamaica and Haiti. The XVII. At the beginning of the 18th century, there was a very strong upswing due to trade between the rest of the indigenous population and the Spaniards, and the Spanish Governor Antonio de Osorio ordered between 1605 and 1606 to evacuate the western and northwestern parts of the island to curb these commercial transactions. In the vacant areas, the buccaneers, who were mainly engaged in the hunting of cattle and pigs in the wild, were processed and traded, traded with them, and later achieved significant results in tobacco production, recruiting families and workers from Martinique and Guadeloupe, mostly French were origined. In 1697, as a result of the Ryswick Treaty, the western part came under French rule, creating Saint Domingue Frances. The XVIII. By the middle of the century, the French Saint Domingue had nearly 300,000 slaves, and nearly 12,000 were the number of free populations, mostly white and mulattoes. In the year 1790, the conflicts between the various leather stains, the settlers and the slaves, resulted in continuous slavery uprisings, from 1791 onwards the so-called Haitian Revolution where the slave population was united and liberated himself by François Dominique Toussaint Louverture.

 During the Revolution several times were fought with French, English and Spanish soldiers. Immediately in 1803, Jean Jacques Dessalines defeated French infantry and appointed Emperor Haiti and restored the country’s oldest name, Haiti. The despotic governance of Dessalines and the suppression of the white population and the execution of more than 10,000 white-collar workers led to the assassination of Dessalines on October 17, 1806, after a murmur uprising who formed the upper and middle classes of the country. After the death of Dessalines, the island was divided into two parts, the Northern Comoros which was led by Henri Christopheb’s black-haired slave, and the southern republic that Alexandre Petion had received. In 1822, Jean-Pierre Boyer reunited the divided country. On July 11, 1825, France was recognized by France for the independence of Haiti, in return for the payment of 150 million French Frank, which was reduced by 90 billion by Lajos Fülöp in 1838. In 1838, the uprisings and rebellions began against the Spanish populace living in the west, the origin of which was the Dominican Republic on February 27, 1844.

In 1915, the United States of America conquered Haiti because of the increasing influence of the German Empire, while American intervention lasted until 1934, during which time Haiti had completely repaired state finances, school system and political system until the 1960s Golden the Republic of Haiti has lived through its era. Beginning in 1964, the Francois Duvalier dictatorship began in 1971 by his son Jean Cloude Duvalier. In 1986, Duvalier’s powers were overthrown, and in 1988 elections were made, but 1991 was mostly dealt with by military leadership. In 1994, René Préval, later replaced by Boniface Alexandre, attempted to regain the country in a democratic way, governed by the 2010 a famous Port-au-Prince earthquake broke out, more than 360,000 people were killed, 350,000 people were seriously injured, with no more than 1.5 million inhabitants left behind. With the help of international aid, the country has slowly begun to develop, and this sluggish progress will continue with Michel Martelly and Juvenile Moise’s presidency to this day.

Haiti or officially the Republic of Haiti, one of the 13 countries in the Caribbean, is the capital of Port-Au Principe. La Española occupies 1/3 of it, approximately 27000km2, neighboring the Dominican Republic. With 8.5 million inhabitants, one of the most volatile countries in the Caribbean is the second poorest country in the world, where the population is constantly struggling to survive, where history is about dictatorships, civil wars, cholera epidemics, earthquakes and hurricanes, and is under UNESCO’s premise, 5 years of strong progress can be observed, the country can now be visited under certain conditions. Currently, only the SEE MORE Travel Service from Dominican Republic organizes organized trips by bus or plane.

Haiti is the word aravac (arahuca), which means mountains, most of the country is covered by 1000-2500 m high mountains. Haiti has 1776 km of coastline, bordering the Dominican republic 376km, its highest point is Chaine de la Selle 2680m high, with no floating rivers. The official language is Creole and French, and the official religion is Haiti, which is practiced by 40% of the population, raised 45% Catholic, 20% Protestant, some of the population exercises more than one religion simultaneously. The voodoo is officially an African tradition, established in the 16th century by the African Negro slaves who have settled down, in a country that uses more religions, unfortunately, often confuses the population for religious differences.

The health care of the country is very poor, 40% of the children have only vaccination and only 20% of the population has medical care, while in the case of residency the TB is more than 10 times higher than in the developing countries, the death at birth is 55 out of 1,000 in developing countries, 1 person out of 2000.

Citizenship is 47% illiterate despite the fact that there are 15,000 primary schools in the country, which operate 90% * – private, religious, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) (NGOs (NON GUBERNAMENTAL ORGANIZATION)). At the beginning of the year, 67% of students are usually enrolled, only 20% of them remain in secondary education. The school system is built with French funds, and higher education is in the hands of the Ministry of Education. On 12 January 2012, the Universidad Henri Christophe was inaugurated by the Dominican government on the 2010 earthquake in memory of over $ 50 million in budget. The university is located in the Lemonade district of Cabo Haitiano, with over 144,000 km2.


The country consists of 10 provinces, including 41 counties and 133 districts.


Haitian tropics weather, between April and November the weather is higher, in flat areas 30-33C average temperature, higher areas 22-26 C Common target for tropical storms and hurricanes, unfortunately the country’s financial situation, poverty and inadequacy largely worsens the chances of fighting natural events. On September 18, 2004, at the Jeanne Bridge, he reached the country for more than 1160 deaths, 1200 people disappeared and more than 200,000 people remained without cover. Unfortunately, the country is the world’s most desperate (worst) country in the world, as charcoal production is a century-old livelihood, and therefore, the country has virtually no forests. Continuous rainfall caused erosion to completely destroy the land.

The Haitian tourists lived in the period between 1915 and 1934 during the American invasion, later on in the 1970s, due to the Second World War and then dictatorships, the golden age of the Jean-Cloude Duvalier dictatorship, Jean-Cloude Duvalier, he was a hard-working dictator, he had repaid the sovereignty of the country during his term of office, there was aid, the industry developed into a recession and a tourist, the streets were clean, and he made a series of enthusiasm that made the country’s image positively positive, the opportunity for tourism to evolve, and even Duvalier took special care of tourism. Due to subsequent coups and political conflicts, tourism have fallen far and then began to rebound in 2012, with Haiti receiving more than 1 million visitors in 2016, with nearly 300 million dollars in revenue from the state.

Haiti Teruleten has several attractions that are part of the World Heritage Site, and these are the huts organized by us in all cases.


Dominica will organize any staging, staging to the town of Monte Cristi, which is part of a separate agreement.

The base of the tour is located in Monte Cristi, located 38 km away from the Dominican-Haiti border, in case of an early arrival, the day before departure will tour Monte Cristi. Depending on the boundary and the weather, the tour path is formed, the tour will visit the following places:

  • Sans Souci Palacio (Sans Souci Castle), a heritage site in the town of Milot
  • Cuidadela de Laférriere (Fort), a world heritage site in Milot, the largest fortress in South America
  • The Edificios de Ramiers (Ramiers Areas) is a part of the world heritage site, the town of Milot
  • Cap Haiti’s sightseeing tour, Haiti’s second largest city with a magnificent unrepealed colonial city section and the Nuestra Señora Basilica
  • Labadee, beaches
  • Paradise Beaches
  • Ile de Rat (Island of Rat)


The Sans Souci Castle, the La Ferriere and the Ramiers buildings, which were part of the World Heritage Site, were all made during the reign of Henri Christophe. Henri Christophe was born in San Francisco on the Little Antilles in 1767 and became a slave to Santo Domingo where he worked in a hotel restaurant. He gained independence and became involved in the contingency struggles with I. Jacob in 1791, where he became a Resistance to the rank of General in 1802, and participated in the coup d’etat of I. Jacob in 1806 and took control of the country, his ally Alexandre Petion became an enemy after receiving the country and he created the Republic of South, so the country divided into two parts. In 1811 Henri Christophe appointed himself King I. Enrique. The 6 castles, 8 palaces and the largest fortress of South America were built at the time of the rule of Le Citadelle, or the so-called Cuidadela de Laférriere. In 1820 he became a suicide with a gold ball, he feared to overthrow his power, his son Delfin Victor Enrique, after his father’s death, letting him live and thus extinct the Christophe dynasty. Since in his reign, Enrique enacted a law that women cannot be rulers, so his wife Maria Luisa and her two daughters fled to Athens and Amatista in Italy, lived in Pisa and settled there with ultimate rest.


The Sans Souci Castle is located in Milot, which was a sugar cane plant belonging to the French, during which time Henri Chrisophe was active in this area during the Haiti Revolution. He built the castle for himself and his dear, presenting the talent and ability of Blackbirds before the Americans and the Europeans, in 1842 a powerful earthquake damaged the castle and has since been in this state, never thinking about restoring the mansion.


La Citadel is located next to the Sans Souci Castle, 8 kilometers to the distant, the largest fortress on the American continent, Haiti’s largest tourist attraction, about 27 km from Cap Haitien. Between 1805 and 1820, more than 20,000 workers worked on the fort, built a fort from a French attack, in poor weather Cuba’s island can be heard, its weapons, beds and bedrooms intact are untouched. During the epitaph, in accordance with the wicked religion, cows and animals or people’s blood was used during the building, so that the spiritual and the gods of the wretched religion would provide security and protection for their strength.


The Ramiers Buildings were the first blacks built by slaves freed from blacks, Henri Christophe’s self-built residential buildings that symbolized freedom.


Cap Haiti has nearly 1 million inhabitants and is the largest in the northern part of Haiti, the second largest city in Haiti, about 4,000 km2. It is a time travel to the past, where the older colonial neighborhoods are more beautiful than the unpolluted buildings, African culture, incredible life and movement keeps the city, the tranquil malecón allows an unforgettable sightseeing, which will look back on us for a long time as an interesting emblem.

Labadee, Ila de Rat, Paradise beach. Sea trips, mountainous shores, in the untouched nature, where we spend the whole day on magnificent shores, enjoying the natural opportunities alone.

  • Accommodation in Cap Haitien, secure hotel with air conditioning
  • The area contains complete care
  • No vaccine needed

4 days Duration; 7/10 Physical distress; 4-8 persons Number of hikers; Speed ​​boat Transport Vehicle Minibus

Transport Vehicle Only Adult Food & Beverage is provided Collapse Accommodation is provided.


Guided tours: in English, Spanish, German and Hungarian


DISCOUNT PRICE North Circuit: 899 USD

DATE OF DELIVERY Dominican Republic – Walkway 4 days / 3 nights

Departures throughout the year, every day of the month.


  • Bus transfer Sea transfer
  • Daily three meals Drinking, Beverage
  • Accommodation 2 ** or 3 ** Hotels with air conditioning, Tv
  • Guided tours: in English, Spanish, German and Hungarian


  • Cap swimwear
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Towel
  • Sunglasses Camera
  • Milk Day !!! Clothing Exchange
  • Passport, Travel insurance


  •  The excursion starts at a specific time
  •  The trip is English, German, Spanish, Hungarian
  •  Only for adult passengers (min 16 years)
  •  Passengers are picked up at the hotel or at the airport at the specified time
  •  On the arriving bus, look for the following logo: “SEE MORE TRAVEL SERVICES.”

Day 1

After visiting Monte Cristi, the border crossing in Dajabón, the border crossing, is open from 8 am to 5 pm on weekdays, crossing the famous Dajabon market and the industrial area between the two countries, with an extraordinary sight on the border crossing. After the tragedy of the border crossing, our first stop at Cap Haitien (Haiti Fok), after the occupation of the city, is a free program in the old and the seaside part of the city

Day 2

After a short drive, we arrive at Labadee, where we go on board, visit the Rat Island, sand and coral reefs, Paradise Beach and Labadee bottom beaches, after a spectacular day, returning late to Cap Haitien.

Day 3

After a very early departure, we will explore the Colonial City, then head to Milot, where La Citadelle, the largest fortress in South America and the San Souci Castle will be visited as part of the World Heritage Site, returning to the Dajabón border, returning to Puerto Platà, Santo Domingora, Samana or Punta Caná.


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