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What Are the Best Hotels in Haiti?

 Above: a room at the Royal Oasis in Petion-Ville By the Caribbean Journal staff Last year, Haiti’s Tourism Ministry announced it would be introducing a new way of classifying its hotels. Instead of using the traditional “star” rating system, the …

Haiti Begins Carnival of Flowers

 Above: the opening ceremonies on Friday By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti has officially begun its second-ever Carnival of Flowers in Port-au-Prince. The carnival, which is being held from Sunday to Tuesday, seeks to highlight the country’s flora. The hibiscus, …

Haiti Launches Tourism Classification Project in Northern Region

 Above: Cap-Haitien By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti’s Tourism Ministry is continuing its plan to change the way tourism establishments are classified in the country. The latest endeavour is the launch of the “Hibiscus” initiative in Haiti’s North and Northeast …

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 Above: Haiti Tourism Minister Stephanie Villedrouin By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti has launched a new initiative aimed at grading tourism establishments in the country. The “Hibiscus” classification scheme is named after Haiti’s national flower and the logo of its …

 Above: Jacmel By the Caribbean Journal staff In June, Haiti Tourism Minister Stephanie Villedrouin unveiled a new logo for Haiti, featuring a hibiscus, the country’s national flower, and a sun. That was the beginning of what Haiti hopes is a …