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Haiti Continues to Receive Visitors for Business and Leisure
Haiti Continues to Receive Visitors for Business and Leisure

The Ministry of Tourism of Haiti, the Haiti Tourism Association (ATH) and the National Network of
Solidarity Tourism Operators (RENAPROTS) wishes to express their sympathies to all the victims of Hurricane Matthew that severely affected the southern peninsula of Haiti and to inform all international partners and persons interested in visiting their beautiful destination of the following:

  • Port-au-Prince and Cap Haitien international airports are open and fully operational since Oct 5th.
  • 90% of Haiti’s Tourism infrastructure has not been affected and is ready to welcome guests.
  • Traveling to Haiti for leisure, business or to visit friends and families is a positive and constructive way to support the economy as it promotes employment and sustainability.

To all Haiti lovers, we urge you to continue to visit and experience the culture, cuisine, art & crafts, and
historical attractions, helping Haiti drive resources to the most needed areas in a sustainable manner.

Click here to read the entire communication from Haiti’s Ministry of Tourism.

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