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If you travel to Haiti we need your opinion about your experience with the airlines.

There has been complaints that some of the airline servicing to Haiti do not give adequate service.

So we open this blog for you and other travelers to Haiti to give you opinion about your experience as a traveler to Haiti.

Have you traveled to Haiti recently?
Give us your opinion.

Posted Tuesday, August 21, 2012 | Permalink

 

Do I Need A Passport To Travel To Haiti?

Haitian Passport

Many pepole ask: Do I need a valid passport to travel to Haiti?

Yes you do need a passport to travel to Haiti. Haiti does require you to have a valid passport.

From the US Department of State:

Haitian law requires U.S. citizens to have a passport to enter Haiti. In the past, officials have waived this requirement if travelers had a certified copy of their U.S. birth certificate.

The U.S. Embassy strongly recommends that U.S. citizens obtain passports before travel to Haiti.

Once in Haiti, an undocumented U.S. citizen can experience delays of several weeks for the issuance of a passport, as it is often more difficult to establish identity and citizenship overseas than in the United States.

U.S. Citizens traveling to and from Haiti must present a valid passport when entering or re-entering the United States. We strongly encourage all American citizen travelers to apply for a U.S. passport or passport card well in advance of anticipated travel.

American citizens can visit travel.state.gov or call 1-877-4USA-PPT (1-877-487-2778) for information on how to apply for their passports.

Posted Tuesday, August 21, 2012 | Permalink

 

No Visa Required For Haitian Businessmen And Diplomats Visiting Barbados

USA Visa Multiple On A Haitian Passport

If you are a Haitian Businessman or a Diplomat, you can fly to Barbados, no visa required but there is a catch...

What is the catch you ask?

Barbados allows free movement of Haitian diplomats and business executives who hold American visas or Schengen visas.

What Is A Schengen Visa?

So in other words, Mr and Mrs Haitian traveler must hold two of the most difficult visa in the world in order to enter Barbados...

Interesting...

Being that an American visa is very hard to get in Haiti, that leaves most Haitians out of the loop.

Ccaribbean360.com reports...

Barbados is now the 10th CARICOM member state to sign a visa waiver agreement with Haiti, allowing business people from that country and diplomats to visit the country without a visa.

The document was signed by Barbados Foreign Minister, Maxine McClean, while Haiti's Special Envoy to CARICOM, John Alexis signed on behalf of Port-au-Prince.

Posted Tuesday, March 13, 2012 | Permalink

 

Haiti: Visas No Longer Required For Dominican, Colombian, Panamanian Visitors

USA Visa Multiple On A Haitian Passport

Dominicans, Colombians and Panamanians visiting Haiti no longer need to obtain a visa to travel to Haiti.

This is effective as of January 10, 2012.

In order to facilitate foreign investment and tourism in Haiti, Haitian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Laurent Lamothe, has decided to do away with the need for Citizens of the Dominican Republic, Columbia and Panama to obtain a visa to visit Haiti.

If you have a passport, you are going to go.

Visit Haiti... Have some fun!

(Original article published by Haiti Newspaper Le Nouvelliste)

Posted Wednesday, January 25, 2012 | Permalink

 

Marriott Hotel Building Its First Ever Hotel In Haiti

Marriott Hotel Haiti

Marriott Hotel is coming to Haiti.

Marriott International announced earlier this week that in 2014, the first-ever Marriott hotel will open it's doors in Port-au-Prince Haiti.

Marriott International president Arne Sorenson says:

"This hotel is one more signal that Haiti is open for business"

The new Marriott Hotel Haiti will have 173-room and will cost a whopping $45 million to build.

Builders set the opening date of the new Marriott Hotel in Haiti for 2014

Posted Wednesday, November 30, 2011 | Permalink