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CAHH - Highlights of Haiti

There is a place in the Caribbean where the tourists don't go; a tropical, rugged place of waterfalls, secret caves, and mountains that scrape the sky. It's a place of bold flavours, intoxicating music, mischievous gods, and colourful art; where the only thing stronger than the rum is the spirit of the people who live there. It's a place where only true travellers go; a place for the brave and the curious. The name of that place? Haiti. Yes, Haiti. This ten-day encounter draws back the veil on this extraordinary, vibrant, and indomitable nation. Experience the energy of Port-au-Prince, the colourful art of Jacmel, the iconic (and UNESCO-protected) Citadelle Laferri re, nurture the arts with at-risk children, and learn the folklore behind Haitian Vodou. Haiti has a future. Be a part of it.


Your G for Good Moment: Art Creation Foundation, Jacmel Your Foodie Moment: Rum Distillery Visit, Cap-Ha tien Your Foodie Moment: Kasav Making Demonstration, Cap-Ha tien
Arrival transfer
Citadelle Laferri re visit (Cap-Ha tien)
Rum distillery visit
Cap-Ha tien city tour
Bassin-Bleu visit (Jacmel)
Grotte Marie-Jeanne visit (Port-a-Piment)
Beach time in Port-Salut
Port-au-Prince city tour including Noailles at Croix-de-Bouquets artist communities, Iron Market and Rezistans artists
Internal flights
All transport between destinations and to/from included activities
Tour Provider G Adventures
Number of Days
Price From
AUD $0
Start Location
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
End Location
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Age Range
Avg. 30+
Group Size
1 to 16
Tour Style
Tour Themes
Physical Rating
Easy to Moderate
Day 1 - Port-au-Prince
Arrive at any time. Included arrival transfer from the airport to the hotel.
Day 2 - Port-au-Prince
Enjoy an included city tour focusing on Haitian history, culture and the vibrant local arts scene. Visit the Iron Market (March en Fer). Meet a Vodou priest at Noailles and see the fascinating iron-working community of Croix-des-Bouquets. Fill up on Creole cuisine and culture along the way.
Day 3 - Port-au-Prince/Cap-Ha tien
Fly to Cap-Ha tien and visit the famous Citadelle Laferri re, a UNESCO-designated mountaintop fortress. After, visit the sugarcane fields and learn to make Haitian rum.
Day 4 - Cap-Ha tien
Enjoy a walking tour including the cathedral and main city market. Learn to make kasav, a traditional food of the native Taino people.
Day 5 - Cap-Ha tien/Jacmel
Fly back to Port-au-Prince and continue to Jacmel. This town is known for its vibrant art scene, carnival celebrations, and sandy beaches. Take a city tour focused on the art community here. Pop into artists' studios to view the local papier m ch creations and wander past colourful mosaics on every wall.
Day 6 - Jacmel
Visit the most famous attraction in the area, Bassin-Bleu. After a fun ride and a hike down hill, arrive at the natural blue pools and waterfalls. Jump in and cool off.
Day 7 - Jacmel/Port-Salut
Visit a local grassroots project, the G Adventures-supported Art Creation Foundation for Children. The program teaches at-risk children different types of traditional art while providing meals and a "second home". Enjoy a homemade meal here and learn about the great work this organization is doing. Continue on to Port-Salut.
Day 8 - Port-Salut
Visit Grotte Marie-Jeanne caves in nearby Port-a-Piment. Explore the cave with a guide and discover unique underground landscapes and massive caverns. In the afternoon, return to Port-Salut for sunset.
Day 9 - Port-Salut/Port-au-Prince
Travel back to Port-au-Prince.
Day 10 - Port-au-Prince
Depart at any time.