U.S. citizens do not need a visa for tourist or business travel to this Haiti. A valid U.S. Passport is required.
U.S. Embassy Port-au-Prince
Boulevard du 15 October, Tabarre 41, Route de Tabarre - Port-au-Prince, Haiti
When the sky is clear, head up Mount Boutilliers, a 3,000-foot peak on top of which is L'Observatoire. Stop there for lunch and you can try one of the tastiest sandwiches around. Sounds simple enough: ham and cheese on a baguette. But the magic here is in the spread, a secret recipe made of ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard and onion juice.
If you have more than a day in Haiti, do not leave the country without taking a 20-minute domestic flight to the northern coast, better known as Cap-Haitian. You'll feel like you're in an undiscovered land having a private moment with a place few have ever seen.
To explore where to stay and visit in Haiti, go to the Hotels Tabs on our site: https://revedortours.com/petion-ville-1, https://revedortours.com/cotes-des-arcadins