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Cruises to Haiti

Cruises in Haiti

UNIQUE SHIP
Western Caribbean & Perfect Day

Freedom of the Seas 22 Sep 2024 7 nights Fly Cruise Fort Lauderdale

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Itinerary: Fort Lauderdale, Florida - CocoCay, Bahamas - Labadee, Haiti - Falmouth, Jamaica - George Town, Grand Cayman - Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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Inside from £491pp

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UNIQUE SHIP
Western Caribbean & Perfect Day

Freedom of the Seas 08 Sep 2024 7 nights Fly Cruise Fort Lauderdale

The Most Innovative & Unique Ships At Sea*

An incredible & diverse array of full-board dining options Included*

Award-winning Broadway style musicals, London stage-shows & more*

Sumptuous accommodation to suit any needs*

Itinerary: Fort Lauderdale, Florida - George Town, Grand Cayman - Falmouth, Jamaica - Labadee, Haiti - CocoCay, Bahamas - Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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Inside from £513pp

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UNIQUE SHIP
Southern Caribbean

Grandeur of the Seas 07 Mar 2025 9 nights Fly Cruise Fort Lauderdale

The Most Innovative & Unique Ships At Sea*

An incredible & diverse array of full-board dining options Included*

Award-winning Broadway style musicals, London stage-shows & more*

Sumptuous accommodation to suit any needs*

Itinerary: Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Labadee, Haiti - Willemstad, Curacao - Oranjestad, Aruba - Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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Inside from £558pp

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An overview of Haiti


The history of Haiti is symbolised in its imposing mountaintop fortress, the Citadelle Laferrière. This impressive edifice was built between 1805 and 1820 by Henri Christophe, one of the leaders of the country’s slave rebellion who later became its king. The most reliable way of visiting the fortress is on horseback from the neighbouring town of Milot.

A notable structure immersed in Haitian history is its Palace of Sans Souci which, together with the Citadelle Laferrière and a selection of other buildings, is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Once King Henri’s residence and administrative centre, this majestic palace was partially destroyed by an earthquake in 1842 - but its ruins are still well worth a visit. One drink that’s synonymous with the Caribbean is rum - and Haiti produces one of the finest in the world. Take a trip to the Barbancourt Distillery, where you’ll see how Haiti’s most famous export is made using sugar cane juice rather than molasses, giving a flavourful result. Don’t forget to pick up a bottle or two as a souvenir!

For a taste of paradise, make sure to visit Bassins Bleu, which can be found in the rugged hills of Jacmel. There, you’ll find a staggeringly beautiful series of waterfalls, from which you can jump into dazzling turquoise waters and simply engage with the great outdoors. You’ll also be able to witness some gorgeous exotic birds in their natural habitat - the site is home to over 80 species.

Bustling Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, offers a cultural experience that will appeal to all five of your senses; nowhere more so than in the city’s downtown Iron Market. This iconic historical landmark was completely redeveloped after the devastating 2010 earthquake at a cost of $15m. Today, fruit and vegetable sellers jostle for positions next to voodoo priests volunteering their services.


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