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Haiti is making a comeback in the tourism industry since the catastrophic earthquake in The said Caribbean country is vibrantly exerting effort to once again make it a top choice for jet-setting travellers and globetrotters who want to experience a vacation that is unlike any other.
Some of the most notable ones are elaborated below. Haiti is a tropical country that is known for its steady Caribbean sun and fluctuating temperatures. The Citadelle is a mountain fortress that symbolizes the victory of the Haitian Revolution. It boasts of some of the finest pools in this side of the world. Legend has it that Bassin Bleu is visited by nymphs mythological creatures that take the form of beautiful women that disappear when humans are nearby.
Kokoye Beach is arguably the most beautiful beach in all of Haiti with white sands and emerald waters that are just charming. Filipino travellers who plan to visit the beautiful country of Haiti are not obliged to get a visa when departing since they are legally allowed to stay there for a maximum of three months without one.
This is regardless as to whether they are flying over for tourism or employment purposes. However, they should be a passport holder and their passport should be valid for at least six months.
In addition to this, they should possess a round-trip ticket. The adventurous, the curious, and the broad-minded will certainly have a grand time in the beautiful country of Haiti. Its unspoiled shores, crystal clear waters, mouthwatering food, and fun-loving people will certainly spice up their vacation.