What have been the highlights of your time in this country? Best trips or experiences?

None...maybe the beach. Due the timing of my arrival during worsening insecurity I have not been able to travel that much in the country or really leave the three-minute drive from the compound to work. - Aug 2019


I mentioned my favorite restaurants and hotels. The poor quality of the roads discourages road trips outside the capital, especially when you can fly to Miami or Guadeloupe in two hours. My best memories from Haiti are from my work experiences. - Jun 2019


Leaving. Google flights from PAP (Port au Prince Toussaint L'overture Airport) to your destination in the US and you will see it gets pricey. - Aug 2018


The beaches are beautiful and the hiking up in the mountains is also good. Haiti is a completely different place once you get out of Port au Prince. - Apr 2017


Go to Cap Haitien to see the Citadel, Jacmel for the mosaic walks. Drive to the Dominican Republic. Visit Croix de Boquet and the artisans there. Visit the art galleries in Petionville. Take a hike in the mountains. Volunteer your time to help someone. - Dec 2016


Meeting new people, learning a new language, ease of travel to the States and the DR, enjoying the beach in Jacmel and going to Bassin Bleu. Meeting the Haitian President. Wearing sandals almost daily to work! - Sep 2014


Trips outside of Port-au-Prince. Outdoor patio dining in Petionville restaurants. Driving up to mountains, where it is 20 - 30 degrees (F) cooler than Port-au-Prince, with pine trees and fog. Rhum punch and rhum sours, the best in the world, I believe - I have sampled in over a dozen Caribbean countries. Barbancourt rhum. Day trips to Club Indigo or Moulin Sur Mer beaches or long weekend trips (described above). Haitian konpa music. Concerts at Parc Canne-a-Sucre (Sean Paul was my favorite). - Sep 2013


A trip to Cap Haitien and then to Ile la Vache. Haiti has the potential to be an amazing tourist destination, everywhere. - Sep 2011


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