Forget everything you think you know about Haiti, and disregard any disturbing images you may have seen in the news. This resilient Caribbean nation is ready for curious, open-minded travelers to once again experience its vibrant Creole culture and stunni
International travel to Haiti may very well be having a moment. According to the World Bank, from 2004 to the number of international travelers arriving in Haiti increased nearly 263 percent. Despite devastating setbacks like the 2010 earthquake and
This is a map of Haiti. The capital of Port-au-Prince is shown. I flew into Port-au-Prince on my trip and drove a couple ours to Pignon which is not pictured. Haiti is the poorest country in the world.