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Ah, the Republic of Haiti — home to some of the most beautiful white sand beaches in the world, as well as incredible natural parks with rare species of plants and animals, and a unique culture where French and Spanish traditions mix and blend.
Tourism only recently began to develop here, but the country is already known around the world as a worthwhile destination — better go soon, before it gets crowded!
If you’re planning a visit to Haiti any time soon, this article is just what you need. Below are the top 6 lesser-known Haitian attractions to put on your must-visit list:
1. The Caves of La Grotte Marie Jeanne
Were you even aware that Haiti had caves like this?! A massive, deep, and all around remarkable geological formation, the Marie-Jeanne cave is definitely worth a visit. The longest cave the country (and in the whole Caribbean), it will not disappoint — especially if you prepare for the hike and wear comfortable clothing and durable shoes. Consider getting a tour guide for visiting Marie-Jeanne — as we already mentioned, it’s a huge cave where it’s fairly easy to get lost, so best to play safe!
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