Haiti Day Excursions

Heading to Haiti on a personal trip with friends? Solo? Want to see everything there is to see through the lens of a local with a local driver, avoiding the tourist traps and immersing yourself in the best the country has to offer?

Look no further! We offer several day excursions to some of the most beautiful places in Haiti.
Day tours include:
-Morning Pick up at your hotel or residence in the city (extra fees for beach resorts)
-Private air conditioned vehicle with personal english-speaking guide
-Lunch (unless noted)
-Entrance fees to all sites
-Personal shopping assistance if needed 
-Drop off at your hotel/residence in the afternoon

 

 Contact us HERE and we will personally take care of arranging all your needs with the utmost personal attention. Click HERE to read reviews from the more than 40+ customers who have trusted the expertise of the Haitian Nomad. 

Port-au-Prince Tour 1

Beach Tour PAP

Port-au-Prince Tour 2

Port-au-Prince Mountains

Jacmel Day Tour

Cap-Haitien Tour

Port-au-Prince

Capital and most populous city of Haiti is where you'll get to see the hustle and bustle of a nation who refuses to give up hope that everyday brings new opportunities. The streets are like the hallways of the Louvre in Paris-- adorned with artwork of all kinds. The mountains offer clean fresh air with views to-die-for! 

JACMEL

Previously known as the Paris of the Caribbean for its architectural beauty, her 18th century gingerbread homes; Jacmel is a coastal town still known today as the cultural capital of Haiti. Its carnival is filled with colors, costumes and art pieces from local artists; it is home to "Bassin Bleu" one of Haiti's most gorgeous waterfalls--reaching 75 feet deep while it's beaches are loved by surfers. The vibe here is always magical !

Cap-Haitien

Cap-Haitien, home to the Citadelle Laferriere, the Palais Sans Soucis, Vertieres and other important historic sites tells the story of the brave men and women who fought to establish the world first black republic. It is the very place where Haiti's most historic battles took place, where monuments, fortresses and palaces still stand tall and recount the story of thousands of slaves forever planted the roots of freedomPreviously known as the Paris of the Caribbean for its architectural beauty, her 18th century gingerbread homes; Jacmel is a coastal town still known today as the cultural capital of Haiti. Its carnival is filled with colors, costumes and art pieces from local artists; it is home to "Bassin Bleu" one of Haiti's most gorgeous waterfalls--reaching 75 feet deep while it's beaches are loved by surfers. The vibe here is always magical !

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