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Major cities and airports in Haiti

  1. Port-au-Prince – Toussaint Louverture International Airport
  2. Cap-Haitien – Hugo Chávez International Airport
  3. Les Cayes – Antoine-Simon Airport
  4. Jacmel – Jacmel Airport
  5. Jérémie – Jérémie Airport

Time and Communication

Haiti is located in the Eastern Caribbean Time Zone (ECT), which is UTC-4. There is no daylight saving time in Haiti. The major mobile operators in the country are Digicel, Natcom, and Voilà. While the quality of calls is generally good in urban areas, coverage may be limited in remote or rural areas.

Money and shopping

The local currency in Haiti is the Haitian Gourde (HTG). As of September 2021, the exchange rate was approximately 1 USD to 97 HTG, but it is important to check the current exchange rate before traveling. Although US dollars are sometimes accepted, it is recommended to exchange money to the local currency. Major credit cards are widely accepted in cities and tourist areas, but be aware that some places may not accept American Express. Currency exchange offices typically operate during standard business hours, from 8 am to 4 pm.


Common transportation options in Haiti include tap-taps, which are colorful, converted pickup trucks or vans used for public transportation, as well as buses, taxis, and rental cars. It is important to be cautious while using public transportation, as road conditions and driving standards can be challenging. Many travelers choose to hire a local driver or use a reputable taxi service for safety and convenience.

Touristic attractions

  • Citadelle Laferrière: A large mountaintop fortress built in the early 19th century, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area.
  • Labadee: A private beach resort located on the northern coast of Haiti, offering various water sports and activities.
  • National Museum of Haiti: A museum in Port-au-Prince, showcasing the country’s history, culture, and art.
  • Iron Market: A bustling market in Port-au-Prince, offering a unique shopping experience with local crafts, produce, and souvenirs.
  • Bassin Bleu: A series of natural pools and waterfalls near Jacmel, perfect for swimming and exploring.
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