Guadeloupe, a French overseas region, is an island group in the southern Caribbean Sea. Resembling a butterfly, its 2 largest islands are separated by the Salée River. Hilly Grande-Terre Island has long beaches and sugarcane fields. On Basse-Terre Island, Parc National de la Guadeloupe encompasses Carbet Falls and the volcano La Grande Soufrière. Smaller islands include Marie-Galante and La Désirade.
Haiti is a piece of paradise taken straight from the movies, with turqoise waves gently lapping at golden shores, misty mountaintops peeking through lush vegetation and spectacular sunsets blanketing the landscape in vivid color. It is located on the second largest island in the Caribbean, Hispaniola, and shares its idyllic setting with the Dominican Republic. If looking for enthralling historical monuments as well as blissful beach beauty, then Haiti is the place to be. Here’s our guide to the most stunning spots in the region.
Run by the same family for four generations now with nearly 100 years of service in the hospitality industry, Kinam is ranked among the most popular hotels in Haiti.
The Kinam hotel has been fully renovated and has a total of 118 rooms and suites. 85 In the new building and 33 vintage rooms in the gingerbread hotel. We added a tapas bar lounge, a coffee shop, a wine bar,and 4 conference rooms. We have 2 restaurants: Le Rond Point and Kinam Terrace. We also added a few boutiques and a barber shop.
Servotel, a business-oriented hotel, opened its doors in November of 2011. It is the first paraseismic steel construction in Haiti and it’s certified by Myamoto International structural and earthquake engineers. With its contemporary architecture, excellent customer service, quality and comfort, Servotel is guaranteed to provide a satisfactory guest experience. Its prime location right across from the Toussaint Louverture International Airport of Port-au-Prince is of convenience to our guests. We have a swimming pool and a courtyard area for our guests to relax and socialize.
Karibe Hotel located in Juvenat, a neighborhood known for its quiet charms, is a few minutes from the main centers of activity of Port-au-Prince and Pétion-Ville and not far from the international airport. Its historic building, its structure and decor were designed by local architect and artists, and its vast lush gardens make the Karibe Hotel a real gem in the capital.
The hotel has 174 rooms including a presidential suite and 12 long-term apartments and studios, each with services and amenities at the cutting edge of technology.
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Even though the country has suffered through poverty, natural disasters, and environmental degradation, Haiti remains proud and carries on. Since the Port au Prince earthquake in 2010 devastated the country, an effort has taken place to not only rebuild the infrastructure for international tourists but reintroduce them to this once-popular Caribbean travel destination. There are still landmarks from the early 19th century—including UNESCO World Heritage Sites—along with many culturally and historically interesting things to see in this country, which takes up almost half of the island of Hispaniola shared with the Dominican Republic.
Covering an area of 27,750 sq. km (10,710 sq mi), Haiti is the 3rd largest country in the Caribbean, behind Cuba and the Dominican Republic. It occupies the western third of the island of Hispaniola and consists of two peninsulas, separated by the Gonave Gulf.
As observed on the physical map of Haiti above, it’s a rugged mountainous land, dominated by three main massifs (mountain ranges). These are Massif de la Hotte, Massif de la Selle, and Massif du Nord.
The highest point is Pic La Stelle in the Massif De La Selle. It stands at 8,793ft (2,680m). Its position has been marked on the map by a yellow triangle.
Haiti has the 2nd longest coastline (1,771km/1,100mi) in the Caribbean, with Cuba having the longest La Gonave and La Tortue are it’s most significant islands.
Lake Azuei and Lake of Miragoane are the lakes of note. The only major river is the Artibonite; it rises in the Dominican Republic and flows across the border into Haiti. There are a few dozen smaller rivers and hundreds of (small) streams.