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habitation jouissant
JUNE / JULY 2015
HABITATION JOUISSANT
SETS NEW NORM IN CAP-HAITIEN
SANDILOU
CREATING WEARABLE
WORKS OF ART
FROM BEAN-TO-BAR,
ASKANYA’S
AUTHENTIC HAITIAN CHOCOLATE
BARS FROM THE HEART OF HAITI
Dear
Readers,
Heat, extreme heat. What a blessing that we do not have to drive too far
to immerse ourselves in the bluest of beaches. It is the right time to put on
your tourist hats and venture out of Port-au-Prince. Travel south or north,
east or west, and you are bound to stumble upon a body of water that will
bring some relief to the tropical summer heat. Port Salut, Ile-à-Vache, Côte
des Arcadins, Amiga Island, are some of my favorite places and if I included
waterfalls or caves, and other such places the list would be too long. So do
not hesitate, just go.
Let me be one of the first to welcome you to Ayiti. In this issue of Magic Haiti
you will indubitably develop a better understanding of the abundance,
richness and diversity of our culture as you read the articles on chocolate
bars made in Haiti, a designer who creates hand-painted fashion pieces, a
talented artisan, and the fishing experiences that await you. In addition, you
will discover a carwash that offers much more.
The goal of the magazine is to share many different aspects of our
culture so that you can delve into and experience the vibrancy of this
remarkable island. Take advantage, go snorkeling, hike in the mountains,
leave your footprints, collect memories, and be sure to showcase your
travels as an ambassador.
As you wind up your stay in our slice of the world, I encourage you take
a piece of Haiti home with you.
Be the voice that acclaims Haiti so that others can come and Live the
Experience!
Roxane Kerby
#magichaiti
MAGIC HAITI
JUNE / JULY 2015
Take the Plunge
10
Lamanjay
Rapid Car Wash A Getaway Right
in the Middle of the City!
15 An Pale
12
Escapade
Habitation Jouissant
Sets New Norm in Cap-Haitien
Executive Editor Roxane Kerby
509 4039 0790
[email protected]
Copy Editor Angela Galbreath
Rachele Viard
Just a girl
and her
fishing pole
ContributorsKristine Belizaire
Christina Jean-Louis
Carolyn Desert
Regine Theodat
Mildred Boivert
Lara Elie-Joseph
19
Graphic Designer Clarens Courtois
Photographer Ludmillo D. Pierre
Junior Plesius Louis
Printed in Haiti by L’ IMPRIMEUR SA
Publisher Le Nouvelliste
Artmosphere
4
Himane Eco-conscious Sustainable Designs
16
SANDILOU Creating wearable works of art
Spotlight
8
Advertising 509 2816-0224 / 2941-4646
[email protected]
Cover Photo by
Hunter Kittrell
From Bean-to-Bar, Askanya’s Authentic
Haitian Chocolate Bars from the Heart of Haiti
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Dear Readers,
Mrs. Stephanie
Balmir Villedrouin
Minister of Tourism
June and July have been extraordinary months rich
in activities and full of good news for the Haitian tourism
sector.
In June the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Industries
of Haiti (MTIC) organized a ‘Roadshow’ in seven cities in the
United States in order to promote the destination. Indeed,
from May 27th to June 5th, a caravan comprised of different
tour operators and representatives of the private and public
tourism sector, stopped in Miami, Atlanta, Orlando, Boston,
Connecticut, New York, and Missouri, bringing good news
to the cities and also returning to Haiti with good news for
tourism.
On June 15th, 16th and 17th, Haiti hosted the large
annual regional conference of the Association of American
Chambers of Commerce in Latin America and the Caribbean
(AACCLA). A first for the country. "A great success for Haiti,"
testified Philippe Armand, President of the Haitian-American
Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM-Haiti), one of the organizers of this event.
Among small and large ongoing projects and inaugurations, Haiti in early July, did very well at Expo
Milano 2015, an international fair held in Milan, Italy.
Haitian fashion, agriculture and cuisine were honored
on Friday, July 10th, which was specially devoted to
Haiti. Culture and beliefs of 150 countries gathered
in one place. If Expo Milano is not a competition per
se, it did not prevent states from around the world
including the United States, Germany, Italy, England,
Japan, France, Argentina, Brazil, Angola, Qatar, Nepal,
Haiti, Togo, Zimbabwe and the Dominican Republic
to roll out their Sunday best to impress and better sell
their culture. MTIC ensured a presentation of typical
local products and the promotion of the destination at
this great event.
In the South, MTIC culminated on Sunday, July 12,
2015, two days of training for the benefit of journalists and
press staff in the department. It was also an opportunity for
the journalists to visit the major ongoing construction projects on Ile-a-Vache.
In addition to these activities, a marketing agreement
was signed with the French tour operator Look Voyages at
the Haitian Embassy in Paris to launch the Haiti destination. An arrival of two hundred tourists a week at Decameron Club Indigo is planned for the coming days, and was
announced to the Parisian press.
Meanwhile, preparations for CARIFESTA are going
well. The heads of delegation and artistic directors of the
countries participating in this great festival are already on
site and are put the finishing touches for a successful 12th
edition.
Take the opportunity to plan your summer holidays
and participate in the Caribean Festival to be held nowhere
else but in Haiti from August 21 to 30, 2015.
Come! And bring your family and friends with you!
Haiti awaits you!
Chers lecteurs et lectrices,
Quels mois extraordinairement riches en activités et
bonnes nouvelles pour le secteur touristique Haïtien que ces
mois de juin et juillet 2015!
Juin a été chaleureusement accueilli par un roadshow
organisé par le Ministère du tourisme et des Industries Créatives d'Haïti dans 7 villes américaines, dans le but de promouvoir la destination. En effet, du 27 mai au 5 juin, la caravane
composée des tours opérateurs et des différents représentants du secteur privé et public touristique, s'est tour à tour
arrêtée à Miami, Atlanta, Orlando, Boston, Connecticut, New
York et Missouri, apportant chez eux et revenant en Haïti
avec de bonnes nouvelles pour le tourisme.
Les 15, 16 et 17 juin, Haïti a hébergé l'AMCHAM, la
grande conférence régionale annuelle de l'Association des
Chambres de commerce américaines d'Amérique latine
et des Caraïbes (AACCLA). Une première pour le pays. « Un
très grand succès pour Haïti », a témoigné Philippe Armand,
président de la Chambre de commerce haïtiano-américaine
(AMCHAM-Haïti), l’un des organisateurs de cet événement.
Entres petits et grands chantiers, de projets en cours et
d'inaugurations, Haïti a pour ce début de juillet, encore une
fois fait belle figure à Expo Milano 2015, cette grande foire
internationale tenue à Milan en Italie. La mode, l’agriculture
et la cuisine haïtiennes ont été à l’honneur ce vendredi 10
juillet consacré spécialement à Haïti. La culture et les croyances de 150 pays réunis en un seul endroit. Si Expo Milano
n’est pas une compétition en soi, cela n'a tout de même
pas empêché des Etats du monde entier comme les EtatsUnis, l’Allemagne, l’Italie, l’Angleterre, le Japon, la France,
l’Argentine, le Brésil, l’Angola, le Qatar, le Népal, Haïti, Togo,
Zimbabwe et la République dominicaine de sortir leurs plus
beaux costumes du dimanche pour impressionner et mieux
vendre leurs cultures. Le Ministère du Tourisme et des Industries Créatives (MTIC) s’est assuré d’une présentation de
produits typiques du terroir et de la promotion de la destination à ce grand évènement.
Dans le Sud, le MTIC a clôturé le dimanche 12 juillet
2015, deux journées de formation à l'intention des journalistes et travailleurs de la presse de ce département. Ce fut
aussi l'occasion pour les journalistes, de visiter les grands
travaux de construction en cours sur l'Île.
En marge de ces activités, un accord de marketing a
été signé avec le tour opérateur français Look Voyages à
l'Ambassade de Paris, pour lancer la destination Haïti. Une arrivée de deux cent touristes par semaine au Decameron Club
Indigo est prévue pour les jours à venir, et a été annoncée à
la presse parisienne.
Entre temps, les préparatifs pour CARIFESTA vont bon
train. Les chefs de délégation et directeurs artistiques des
pays participants à ce grand festival sont déjà sur place
et mettent les dernières mains pour une 12ème édition
réussie.
Profitez-en pour planifier vos vacances d'été et participer au Caribean Festival qui se tiendra cette année nulle part
d'autre qu'en Haïti, du 21 au 30 Août 2015.
Venez! Et amenez familles et amis avec vous!
Haïti vous attend!
Artmosphere
Himane
Eco-conscious Sustainable Designs
Article by Kristine Belizaire | Photos by Ludmillo Pierre & courtesy of Himane Sustainable Designs
D
enim, fish skin, wine bottles, umbrellas, and coconut shells are not
usually the materials that come
to mind when thinking about
creating high end fashion designs. However, Hatian eco-designer Catherine
Edouard Charlot has been using these exact items to create sandals, dresses, jackets, bags, tables, dining accessories, and
more. Using her creative mind and flair
for design, these recycled items are taken
apart, cut, cleaned, and repurposed into
new designs.
Catherine explains that her passion for
fashion began at an early age. When she
was barely a teenager, she began to sew her
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own clothing, fashioning a dress using
material from old shirts belonging to her
father. Wanting to refine her skills and
enter the fashion market, her love for
design led her to enroll at the Verona Alta
Costura School of Fashion in Haiti and
then at the prestigious Fashion Institute of
Technology in New York City.
She started Himane Sustainable
Designs in 1998 and delved into recycling a few years later. Himane was the
name of Catherine's mother, and she
found it fitting to use the name of her
strongest supporter, ally and friend.
She continues to honor her mother day
by day, by reusing forgotten materials,
redefining and transforming all of
them into extraordinary items.
Some of her most popular pieces
include end tables. What makes the
living room accessory unique is
the use of large recycled wine
bottles as legs as well as hand
painted tables. They come in vari-
ous dimensions and are sure to
be the subject of rave reviews by
patrons.
Her refined clutches, totes, and
satchels are also in demand and are
usually made with denim, leather,
organic cotton, among others. One
of my personal favorite items from
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"I see inspiration in everyday things
around me, nature and the different
people that I encountered. Most of
all, I am inspired by Haiti and its
culture."
her collection is the small
bowl made from coconut
shells. Every one of them is
refined and can used for just
about any dining occasion.
Through Himane, Catherine is also able to combine
her passion for fashion and
sustainable activities. She
has held recycling workshops in Europe and in Haiti
and believes in reaching the
youth and educating them
about recycling.
Her creativity and out
of the box fashion sense
are what sets her apart in
the world of design. Cath-
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erine says, "I see inspiration in everyday things
around me, nature and the
different people that I encountered. Most of all, I am
inspired by Haiti and its
culture."
Catherine has been featured in magazines such as
Forbes and Oprah, yet she
remains down to earth and
focused on her goal, which
is to positively contribute to
the society she lives in by
honoring its resources.
For Catherine, the repurposing of used materials into design breathes life
into each new object, giving
it a renewed sense of purpose while also promoting
sustainability. Through recycling, she is creating fashionable items that will be
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Spotlight
From Bean-to-Bar,
Askanya’s Authentic
Haitian Chocolate Bars
from the Heart of Haiti
S
By Regine Theodat | Photos provided by Askanya
ome of the world’s most
prized cacao is nestled
in the forests of Haiti.
The plant extracted and
transformed into delectable
chocolate. Cacao is a persnickety
tree requiring specific amounts
of rain water, a rainforest canopy,
and though tropical at times,
it desires mild temperature.
Luckily for Haiti, our climate is
apt just for such a tree.
Corinne Joachim Sanon
Symietz didn’t imagine that
she would be evolving in her
budding chocolate production
business. She grew up in Haiti
and went to study in the US with
the intention of learning something that would help her cre-
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ate jobs in Haiti. She studied
industrial engineering at the
University of Michigan and
went on to work for various
companies including L’Oréal,
and a defense company.
This afforded her the
opportunity to acquire industrial engineering chops. She
then honed her skills in man-
agement, human resources, and
finance when she earned her
MBA from the Wharton School
of Business.
In the fall of 2014, Corinne
was reading an article regarding
Haitian Cacao and she realized
that it was time to bring the first
Haiti based bean-to-bar company to fruition. Many companies
export cacao from Haiti, but a
business venture focusing on
the production of chocolate
bars did not exist. And Askanya
emerged in the market as the first
chocolate production company.
Askanya is co-owned by four
partners, Alexandra Lecorps,
Andreas Symietz, Gentilé Sénat,
and Corinne.
Askanya comprises a
staff of 15 employees and
works with a network of 2,000
farmers. The creation of the
company was truly a labor of
international
collaboration.
Corinne met Alexandra while at the University
of Michigan. The two along with their
partner Andreas put the bones of the
business together with the help of
several consultants. Alexandra, a
Ph.D candidate in Biology, quit
work in the US and endeavored
to learn as much as possible
about chocolate. Alexandra
interned at a company in Portland, Maine called “Woodblock
Chocolate” for one month
before moving to Haiti to
supervise the construction of the
"I am so proud
that we make
such good
chocolate bars
right here in
Haiti. Askanya
has become one
of my favorite
snack," states
a foodie
as she
leaves
the
store.
plant. The group transformed
Corinne’s grandparents’ house
in Ouanaminthe, north of Haiti,
into the epicenter of Askanya’s
production.
They then sought the
advice of French/Mexican chocolatier, Chloe Doutre Roussel,
the former head of Chocolate
at Ladurée. Haitian-American
designer Marlie Décopain
developed the Haiti-centric
colorful design. A New York
based company assisted with
branding.
Upon completion of the
plant in May of 2015, only 6
months after the idea came
about, Askanya sold its first
chocolate bars. They sold out
immediately, and quickly went
back to work to provide jobs
and livelihoods for thousands
in Haiti. Askanya has big plans,
with a 36 month goal of 1 million
US Dollars in sales. It currently
has two types of bars, milk and
dark chocolate, with plans to
add a rapadou (Haitian
Molasses) flavor.
The
name
Askanya
derives from Andreas’ hometown in Germany“Aschersleben”.
The Latinized form of the
word would be “Ascania,”
which connects to the ancient
Roman figure Ascanius. Just
as Ascanius became the legendary mythology King, Askanya
hopes to become the queen of
chocolate in the Caribbean.
Askanya products are sold in several
supermarkets, Karibe Boutique &
Melange. Products can be ordered
online at
www.askanya.ht or email at [email protected]
askanya.ht. You can also follow
Askanya on Facebook.
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Lamanjay
Rapid Car Wash
A Getaway Right in
the Middle of the City!
By Daphney Valsaint | Photos by
“
This is definitely the best
spaghetti I've had in a
long time!” It was a little
bit hard for me to admit
that since I am not a big fan
of pasta, and I did not even
want to try it in the first place.
Nevertheless, my friend
insisted. “You are going to like
it”, she said. Turned out she
was right! As a matter of fact, I
liked it so much that I actually
went to Rapid Car Wash, the
place she bought it from, to
treat myself to another pasta
dish a few days later.
Located in Bois Verna,
Rapid Car Wash is a regular car
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actual car wash works from 9
am to 5 pm while the kitchen
stays open late at night.
Open air, friendly service,
good food, and great prices!
Rapid Car wash has all the
things a savvy customer is
looking for. With its rustic decor,
the restaurant is a perfect get
away in the middle of the city.
And by the way, since I saw the
wash with the exception that it
is not just a car wash. It houses
a restaurant that changes the
atmosphere and turns it into
a cozy place where you can
enjoy a well-cooked meal
while waiting for your car to
be detailed.
Rapid Car Wash is nothing fancy, yet it is one of the
best places to have breakfast, lunch or even dinner
downtown. The restaurant is
arranged as a sports bar including flatscreens on the
wall, and metal chairs and
tables which give a very cozy
feel. The menu is very simple,
featuring regular local food such
as conch and goat, and natural
drinks, including fresh coconut
water. However, their must-have
is the whole roasted chicken that
is served with fried plantain, fries
or rice. Prepared Haitian style, it is
very well cooked and seasoned
and is very moist. And when you
add their homemade hot sauce,
it is simply Delish!
One more interesting
thing about Rapid Car Wash
is that their prices are really
affordable. The customers
always mention how happy
they are with these prices.
“I live in the area, and I could
literally eat here every day!
Delivery would also be a great
asset. However I really don't mind
coming here and sharing a meal
in such a comfy place with my
friends or my family,” says Tanya,
a satisfied customer.
With no sign at the entrance
and any type of advertisement,
the restaurant seems to be a
place for connoisseur. You could
pass by it for months without
noticing it until someone tells
you that you have to enter that
random car wash. Therefore,
the restaurant is mostly visited
by some regular clients that either work or live in the area. The
care given to washing the cars,
on my next visit (which will be
soon), I will definitely have my
car washed.
Head on to Rapid Car Wash,
get your car cleaned and let your
palate get satisfied.
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Escapade
Habitation Jouissant
Sets New Norm in Cap-Haitien
C
ap-Haitien, once considered the little Paris
of Haiti, is becoming
one of Haiti’s hottest
new destinations of choice. The
small town feel and slower pace
of this growing town brings a
special charm and atmosphere
rarely felt in the bustling streets
of the capital. Visitors to CapHaitien have access to the most
beautiful beaches along the
Northern coast, historic sites
such as Sans Souci Palace and
the Citadelle Laferrière, and a
cultural experience unlike any
Article and Photos by Hunter Kittrell
found in Haiti. With the arrival of
American Airlines to the newly
renovated airport, it is faster and
more affordable than ever to
come stay in Cap-Haitien.
Whether you are planning
your first trip, or you have visited many times before, there is a
new hotel in town that is quickly
gaining recognition and setting
a new standard for comfort.
Habitation Jouissant is
a new kind of hotel for the
North. Considered a boutique
hotel, Habitation Jouissant goes
beyond just creating a relaxing
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and beautiful ambiance for its
guest, they want you to have
the personalized service that
you need to feel right at home.
Literally.
According to hotel manager Catherine Béliard, “‘No’ is
not an option at our hotel. Whatever you need to make your
stay more comfortable, we will
provide it for you. If the guest
wants slippers and a bathrobe,
done. We will make that happen.
If the guest likes the painting on
the wall, then we will sell it to
them. No problem.”
Béliard explained that
service at a standard hotel is
offered, but with limits. At
Habitation Jouissant, they will fill
your request on demand. Why
else would the president stay
here when he comes to town?
Not only is the presidential suite
one of the most beautiful and
spacious rooms offered in all
of Cap-Haitien, but the hotel
provides just what is needed to
make him feel at home.
This ginger bread style villa
was not always a hotel though.
For years Béliard’s family used
“‘No’ is not an option at our hotel.
Whatever you need to make your stay more
comfortable, we will provide it for you. "
the villa as a bed and breakfast.
It was so popular that it just
seemed right to turn it into a
hotel that provided the same
level of comfort and personalized
service as the bed and breakfast.
Since 2010 the hotel has
gained popularity and in 2014
was rated as a 4 Hibiscus by
Haiti’s Ministry of Tourism, and
listed as number one on Trip
Adviser for Cap-Haitien.
The hotel boasts an unmatched bird’s eye view of CapHaitien and its surrounding coastline. The ocean breeze climbs
up the mountain and cools the
charming dining and pool areas.
Habitation Jouissant’s restaurant,
Basilik, is host to some of the top
chefs in Northern Haiti, and the
Lime Bar provides visitors with
incredible views while enjoying
their favorite drinks.
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“If tourism is to grow in
Northern Haiti, then the local
infrastructure must accommodate the needs of the visitors,” Béliard continues. “We
provide hotel shuttle service
to and from the airport, and
if getting out and seeing the
country side interests you,
we have guided tours and
transportation to all of the top
historic sights.”
Right now the quaint
little hotel has 13 rooms, but
big plans are in the works
for 2015 and beyond. In the
next year, Habitation Jouissant plans to expand to 60
rooms, add a new spa, gym,
conference center for 120
people, and a parking lot
which will accommodate 80
vehicles. “These plans are
already in the works and we
have already started breaking ground,” says Béliard.
Truly, this one of a kind
hotel could be the new norm
for comfort and service in CapHaitien. As the tourism industry continues to grow in CapHaitien, you can be assured that
Habitation Jouissant will continue to stand as one of the favorite
hotels for all those visiting this
beautiful country.
Habitation Jouissant
Tel. 509.3124.2400
Loc. Cap-Haitien, Haiti
#magichaiti
Let’s
Talk!
Ann
Pale!
By Roxane Kerby & Clarens Courtois | Illustration by Teddy Kesser Mombrun
If you are going to be in
Haiti for more than two
•
weeks, I suggest that you
plan a local trip to the city
of Cap-Haitien. It is Haiti’s •
second largest city and
it is also well known for its •
hospitality. It is a vibrant
city which comes to life in
the evenings and affords •
visitors an opportunity
to take in Haiti’s rich
•
historic past, consume
some delectable dishes,
as well as enjoy relaxing
excursions that are sure to •
become memorable
moments in your life.
•
Don’t speak Kreyol, don’t
worry the following will help
facilitate your adventure.
How can I get to Cap-Haitien? / Kòman
mwen ka ale Okap?
•
What is the specialty dish in Cap-Haitien? / Kisa ki manje lokal moun Okap?
I would like to fly / Mwen vle pran yon
avyon.
•
Will I be able to rent a car? / Eske map
kapab lwe machin?
Which restaurant makes the chicken
and cashews the best? / Ki restoran ki pi
konn fè poul ak nwa?
•
Which hotel do you recommend? / Ki
lotèl ou konseye'm.
Where can I get cassava? / Ki kote
mwen ka jwenn kasav?
•
I would like to visit the Palais Sans Souci and La Citadelle. / Mwen ta renmen
vizite "Palais Sans Souci" ak Citadelle la.
Where can I get fresh and grilled
cashews? / Ki kote mwen ka jwenn nwa
fre ak nwa griye?
•
Where can I get freshly made CapHaitien peanut butter? / Ki kote mwen
ka jwenn manba ki fèt Okap?
I would like to go fishing / Mwen ta
renmen al peche.
Do you know any these companies? /
Eske ou konnen konpayi sa yo?
If you have the opportunity to roam the island, do so. You will be captivated by the friendliness of
our people. Take it in one day at a time, one Kreyòl phrase after another, and soon you will begin to
understand why the island is known as the Pearl of the Antilles
A pi ta! - Until next time.
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Artmosphere
SAND I LOU
Creating wearable works of art
Article by Kristine Belizaire | Photos by Ludmillo Pierre and courtesy of SANDILOU
A
rt has a way of
changing one's perspective and touching
a deep place within
one's soul. When you find that
particular artwork that really
speaks to you, there is immediately a need to possess it. As
I strolled through Artisanat en
Fête, Haiti's largest artisanal
fair held annually in the fall,
I was immediately struck
by the vibrant and refined
scarves displayed in a booth.
I learned that they were the
creations of Sandra Russo,
the owner of SANDILOU.
Sandra and her husband
Alfredo Russo are not novices to
the Haitian fashion industry. For
over three decades, they have
been working in the Haitian
ashion industry, under the name
of Fred Bernard, a collaboration between Alfredo and his
associate Bernard Combette.
After Combette's departure
from the business in 1986, the
husbandandwifeduocontinued
to make their mark in the textile
industry with their hand-painted
materials.
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The two have known good
and difficult times in the past
30 years. During the embargo,
the workshop was unsuccessful,
and the duo found it necessary
to venture out of Haiti to give
their business the opportunity
to flourish.
They ended up in Grenada,
where SANDILOU was born. The
name is very personal Sandra, as
it is a combination of her and her
sister's name. The newly-created
fashion line brought one of kind
hand-painted scarves that were
immediately a hit. The reviews
were so positive that resort wear
was eventually added to the
line.
Though things were going
very well, the couple decided to
return back home to Haiti. Now
in Delmas 64, all of SANDILOU's
items are being created by local,
talented artists under Sandra's
watchful eye. "It is truly a team
effort, the work of many to make
these items," she tells me.
Using a blank canvas,
the artists carefully paint
and swirl designs using dyes
and textile paint. The end
products are truly
unique items such
as tunics, dresses,
cushions, and even
accessories. Sandra,
who is trained in
arts, photography and sculpture, prides herself on using these designs mainly on
natural fiber fabrics such as
cotton, rayon, linen, and lightweight materials that suit
the tropical weather of the
Caribbean.
One of her the line's most
popular items are the intricately
hand-painted scarves. Made from
100 percent silk, they can be worn
as a wrap, shawl, and of course, a
"It is truly a team effort, the work of
many to make these items,"
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she explains.
Passionate about giving
back to her community, Sandra also provides training
to artists, allowing them to
hone their skills and potentially find contract jobs with
other designers in the country.
A visit to Haiti is never
complete without a souvenir,
and SANDILOU's items provide you with your very own
distinctive wearable artwork
to take home with you.
neck scarf. Each scarf is given
its own name, emphasizing
its personality. One extremely vivid scarf is La Marchande (The Tradeswoman) an
elaborate item with a
woman wearing a vibrant
green skirt and balancing
a bowl of produce on her
head. Another spectacular
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piece is Oceanography, an
array of fish in various shades
of blue. "I am inspired by
everything, and I also pay close
attention to color trends,"
To find a store featuring SANDILOU
products, or to make a purchase
online, visit sandilou.com
#magichaiti
Take the Plunge
Just a girl and her
fishing pole
By Rachele Viard | Photos by Hunter Kittrell, courtesy of Marina Blue Haiti & Labadee Charters
H
aiti is a beautiful and
fascinating country. It
truly is hard not to fall
in love with it. There
is so much to discover, especially its beaches, provinces,
and people. There is nothing
better as far as I’m concerned
than being on a boat lost at sea
with the possibility of fishing,
a pastime I picked when I
was a young girl which I
have been rediscovering here
on this beautiful island. My last
fishing adventure led me to the
south coast, leaving early in the
morning from Grand Goâve. I
was anxious to get going! Fishing
rods, cooler full of drinks and
snacks all packed for the day
(my uncle is King in organizing
delicious assortments for any
adventure) we (my aunts, uncle,
and two of their friends) are ready
to set sail!
The atmosphere is quiet and
clam as we depart. Though it’s
a fun ride, it took one maybe
two hours, I can’t be sure anymore. I was having so much
fun, that I don’t remember the
time passing. Our trip, this time
takes us to a small island named
Rochelois or "Boman”.
The
captain, my uncle, says the area we
are headed to is known for both
MAGIC HAITI 19
Wahoo and Mahi Mahi, some
of my favorite fish. As the boat
rips through the sea, we near
Boman situated in Petite Rivière
de Nippes. It’s such a beautiful
area one can’t help but forget
their problems and become one
with nature.
It is a fishing village with
an abundant amount of conch
which is the main source of income of the area. There is also
a lighthouse with solar energy.
Fishermen on small boats offer
the catch of the day which will be
put up for sale in large cities like
Grand-Goâve or Miragoâne.
The area is very appropriate for discovery of our sea
life which is wonderful and
breathtaking. So our day passes
much the same with breaks here
and there for snacking; jokes;
good-humored and fun-loving
conversations; snapping a few
pictures, and cries of joy as someone catches a fish. The cameras
went wild as the fish were reeled
in. It really was a pleasure just
lying out under the warmth of
the sunshine. Fishing is really one
of Haiti’s greatest past time and
you really do get the chance to
appreciate the richness that lies
beneath our sea.
Another trip, like this one is
needed for sure, I had an amazing time with great company
that I love.
I recommend that you
jump at the opportunity to fish.
Places like Moulin-sur-Mer which
is home to Marina Blue Haiti
offers fishing trips as well as
various types of boating excursions to places such as Côte des
Arcadins, La Gonâve, Les Pockets,
and Pointe Saint-Marc. Another
option is Labadee Charters
located in Cap-Haitien, they
too provide fishing excursions
and diverse types of tours.
I for one recommend
giving it a try! And as
Maxim of Labadee Charters
says “Expect the unexpected!
To schedule a trip in Marina Blue
Haiti call Maxim Laroche at 37-016003 or visit their website at www.
labadeecharters.com. Marina Blue
Haiti can be reached at 3652-3776
or 4894-3575 or at [email protected] or visit their website at
www.marinabluehaiti.com.
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restaurants
5 Coins
Haitian cuisine
Downtown
163, Ave.
M. Ambroise
and Rue Nicolas PAP
#210 Restaurant 5 Coins
29430402
Pétion - Ville
20, Rue Panaméricaine,
29430635
Tabarre
50, Tabarre 36
Carrefour Fleuriot
29430403
Acajou
Restaurant & Bar
Haitian/international Cuisine
Hotel Montana
38806610 / 29400584
29432445
[email protected]
com
Assiette Créole
Haitian Cuisine
6 Bis, Rue Oge, P-V
509294-00041, 2227-2999
[email protected]
Route de l’Aeroport,
-12, Route de l'Aéroport
29400041
Aztec
21 A Bis Rue Rigaud
(second floor), PV
2 230-9500 / 3694-0037
Babako
Haitian Cuisine
254,Avenue John Brown,
2227-2973
Café Com' Ça
Fusion
Complexe Promenade,
Angles Rues Gregoire &
Moise, P-V
509 2943-2014/3837-0607 /
344-0607
Café Organic
17, Rue Mangones, P-V
Tel : 509-2227-7702
Café Place St-Pierre
Fusion
51 Angles Rues Chavannes &
Lamarre, P-V
Tél: 509-3480-1908
Café Terrasse
Fusion
81, Rue Gregoire, P-V
509-2944-1313/3415-9184
3444-1313
Casa Tua
20 Rte de la Montagne,
Montagne Noire
509-3429-5454 / 4450-3760
Celeri Rouge
388, Avenue
Panamericaine, P-V
50937199670
[email protected]/
[email protected]
`celerirouge
Chicken Fiesta
124, Rue Panamericaine, P-V
509-2813-9866
2230-6103 / 3382-5385
2228-5981
Citronelle
Pavillion 5 Rue des Nimes,
Shodecosa, Aeoroport
509-3701-3387
2813-0121
[email protected]
www.inpexpa.com
Coin du Chef
Restaurant
La Coquille
Haitian Cuisine
10, Rue Rebecca, P-V
509-2942-5225 / 3466-3908
3805-0238
[email protected]
La Plantation
French Cuisine
Rue Borno, Bois Moquette
22941 6334
La Réserve
Fusion
2, Rue Marcel Toureau,
Berthé, PV
509.29.40.01.90 ,
509.29.46.11.11
[email protected]
La Souvenance
5 Rue Daniele Brun, Bois
Moquette P-V
509 3762 7824 / 3133 4949
Rue Jose San Martin (Same
road as El Rancho/Villa
Creole, Dominican Embassy)
Behind Ritz Kinam II Apartments, HT6110
509-3767-8136 / 3445-5722
Le Coin des Artistes
Domino's Pizza
Rue Roumain off Tabarre
Parc Canne a Sucre.
[email protected]
3411 5274
Fast Food
93, Rue Panamericaine, P-V
509-2813-1446 / 2813-1447
Epi d'Or P-V
Fast Food
24, Rue Faubert, Angle Rue
Villate P-V
509 3727 5767
Fior Di Latte
Italian Cuisine
Choucoune Plaza, Angle Rues
Lamarre et Chavannes, P-V
Tel: 509-2813-0445
[email protected]
Haitian Cuisine
59, Rue Panaméricaine, P-V
3747 1163
Le Daily
Gourmet Cafe
Le Florville
Haitian Cuisine
Kenscoff
3551 3535 / 3449 6161
Le P'tit Creux
Haitian Cuisine
87, Rue Rebecca, PV
2942 3892 / 2942 3893
Le Paris St Tropez
La Pergola
Italian Cuisine
88, route de Kenscoff,
Laboule 12
3410 7219
J&B ANCHOR
Fusion
Parc Historique
de la Canne à Sucre
3 449-7407
[email protected]
#7Rue Rigaud, P-V
(behind Parc St Therese)
509-3462-2050
319-5050
[email protected]
`La Pergola Restaurant
Le Relais de
Chateaublond- ATH
Fusion
73 Angle Rues Clerveaux
et Ogé , P-V
3685 1331, 4746 0707
[email protected]
Le Toit Blanc- ATH
Kay Atizan
Le Villate
Haitian Cuisine
43, Rue Magny, P-V (Complex
Festival Art)
509-3456-6989 /3452-1772
Fusion
Route du Saut d'eau # 22
3947 0134
12 Rue Villate, PV
[email protected]
3400 1212 / 3 402 1212
Les 3 Decks - ATH
Fusion
3 bis, Fermathe 54,
3418 8511 / 3462 6201
Papaye- ATH
Fusion
48. Rue Métellus, P-V
3558 2707 / 3771 3678
Les Délices Burger
Pizza Garden
LunchBox
Presse Café
Fast Food
97, Rue Grégoire, PV
3646 1600 / 3646 1601
L’Esplanade
2 Rue Darguin, PV
[email protected]
4 412-3138 / 3 781-0012
Magdoos
Italian Cuisine
36, Rue Chavannes, P-V
2 813 2100 / 2 813 2200
Haitian Cuisine
28, Rue Rigaud, PV
3701 0092
Quartier Latin- ATH
10, Rue Goulard
Place Boyer, P-V
3460 3326 / 3445 3325
Mediterranean Cuisine
30, Rue Ogé, P-V
3821-2121 / 3733-2525
Rebo
Expresso- ATH
Mozaik
Fusion
89, Rue Grégoire, P-V
3701 9576
Fast Food / Coffee
25, Rue Métellus, P-V
2949 0505
Mr. Grill
Steakhouse
Redstone
Bar & Grill
Muncheez
Smokey's
Bar & Grill
39, Rue Rigaud, PV
[email protected]
509 3114 2524 / 3620 4954
Fast Food
2. Rue Rebecca, PV
2813 1524 / 2813 1530
Aéroport,
2813 1398 / 2813 1399
Plaine
2811 1334 / 2811 1335
Bois Verna,
2813 1526 / 2813 1528
36 Rue Magny, P-V
2811-0274
41 Rue Lamarre, P-V
+509 47665397
Table de Caius
6 Rue Legitime,
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
+509 29 40 7227
Myabèl Cocktail
Bar & Restaurant
#134 Rue Stenio Vincent
(Rte Nationale 3)
Croix-des-Bouquets,
509 4863 4054
[email protected]
Observatoire
Laboule 12, Route de Boutilliers
22 27 89 95 / 34 03 53 53
[email protected]
Océane Bar & Grill
Haitian Cuisine
3 bis. Rue Derenoncourt,
2940 2449
The Bookstore Cafe
& Wine Bar
Esperanza Building,
87, Rue Grégoire, P-V
509 3774 6729
The Lodge
Fusion
Furcy. après Kenscoff
3458 5968 / 2510 9870
The View
Fusion
Complexe Le Belvédère.
Angle des Rues
Chavannes & Clerveaux, PV
3632 7706
Utopia Garden Grill
Thomassin 48
Route de Kenscoff
37023924
L’IMPRIMEUR S.A.
Official printer of
travel companion
509-3142-3142-3716
[email protected]
www.eucalyptusguesthouse.com
Port-auPrince
Élite Hôtel
Allamanda
30, Angle Rues Mete lus et Ogé, / 39
Rue Me lus - HT-6166 Pétion-Ville
509-3671-5603/ 3435-5603
[email protected]
www.allamandahaiti.com
B&B Comfy Inn-ATH
73, Rues Clerveaux et Ogé, HT-6166
Pétion-Ville,Haiti
3813 1212, 2227 0000
Best Western Premier-ATH
50, Angle Rue Louverture & Geffrard
Pétion-Ville,Haiti
Toll-Free from US: (877)-897-2523
509-2814-2222
[email protected]
Coconut Villa-ATH
Delmas 19 , Rue Berthold,- P-a-P
509-3179-3752
[email protected]
Eucalyptus Guest House
Route Nationale #1
Rue Nezivar #6 , Sarthe 59,Cazeau 509-3602-7928
Delmas 14, Rue Jacques 1er, Hatt,
(509) 28 13 61 87 | 28 13 61 88
[email protected]
NH Haiti El Rancho -ATH
Rue José Martin,# 5 P-V
509-2815-1000
[email protected] s.com
www.nh-ho s.com
Habitation Hatt-ATH
Delmas 31, Hatt 2 Airport Rd
509-3452-9480/ 2940-0135
International: 954-776-1515
[email protected]
[email protected]
www.habitationhatt.com
Hotel Wall’s International
Guest House
8, Rue Mackandal, Delmas 19
(509) 37 03 47 88
(509) 36 22 06 84
[email protected]
Ibo Lélé-ATH
Montagne Noire, P-V
509-2940-8503/ 2940-8502
Ideal Villa Hô tel-ATH
Delmas 53 # 6, Haiti
509-2943-0470
[email protected]
Karibe Hô tel-ATH
Juvenat 7, P-V 509-2812-7000
[email protected] .com
www.karibeho .com
Kinam Hô tel-ATH
Place Saint-Pierre, P-V 509-2944-6000 / 2811 6000
www.ho kinam.com
Le Plaza-ATH
10, Rue Capois, Champs de Mars,
Port-au-Prince
` LePlazaHaiti
http://www.plazahaiti.com
509-2814-6000
Le Perroquet
29, Rue Lamarre, P-V
509-3880-7777
leperroquetho @gmail.com
Marriott Port-au-Prince
147, Angle Ave. Jean Paul II
et Imp. Duverger
+509-28-14 28 00 | 28-14 28 20
La Reserve Guest House-ATH http://www.marriott.com/hotels/
#2, Rue Marcel Toureau, Berthe, P-V, travel/papmc-marriott-port-au509-2940-0190 / 2946-1111
prince-hotel/
3330-6520 / 3330-65211
Le Montcel-ATH
Maxime Boutique Hôtel
Route de Kenscoff, Belot ( #83 Rue
Capois Administrative Office)
509-3701-4777/ 509-3702-7244
Pétion-Ville, 74, Imp. Mc Donald,
Bois Moquette
(509) 22 78 36 87 / (786) 376 85 85
[email protected]
Le Ritz-ATH
Montana Suite Horizon-ATH
Angle des Rues Panamericane
et Jose Saint Martin ,P-V
509-2943-0303
[email protected] kinam.com
[email protected] kinam.com
Bourdon
Location : Rue Franck Cardozo, Bourdon, Ho tel Montana
50938806610 / 29400584 / 29432445
[email protected];
ATH MEMBERS
Abaka Bay Resort
Associated Food Distributors | AFD
Agence Citadelle
Air Caraïbes
Air France
Air Transat | Hamaserco S.A.
Aldy Hôtel
Auberge du Rayon Vert
Auberge Inn
Ayiti Linge Services
B&B Comfy Inn
BANA S.A.
Berling SA | Rhum Vieux
Labbé
Best Western Premier
Petion-Ville
Blue Mango
Brasserie La Couronne
Brasserie Nationale d’Haïti
Brasserie Quartier Latin
Casino El Rancho
Châtelain Tours
Club Indigo
Coconut Villa Hôtel
Coles Distributions S.A.
Compagnie Haïtienne
d'Hôtellerie
Copa Airlines
Cormier Plage
Delta Airlines
Digicel Telecom.
Encocha S.A.
Elite Hôtel
Executive Villas
GAIA S.A.
Galerie Marassa
Galerie Monnin
Galerie Nader
Gala Tower
G.G.N Immobiliers
Goeland Agence de Voyages
Habitation Hatt
Habitation Jouissant
Habitation Labadie
Harmony Tours & Travel
Agency
Hertz-Dynamic Car Rentals
S.A.
Hotel Le Plaza
Hôtel Lermitage de Pandiassou
Hôtel Mont Joli
Hôtel Montana
Hôtel Villa Thérèse
Hotel & Restaurant Supply
Haiti | HRSH
Idéal Villa Hôtel
IDEO
Insel Air
Jardin sur Mer
JetBlue Airways
Kaliko Beach Club
Karibe Hotel
Kinam Hotel
La Colline Enchantée S.A.
La Lorraine
La Réserve
Le 3 Decks
Le Montcel
Le Nouvelliste
Le Relais de Chateaublond
Le Ritz
Le Toit Blanc
Lojistik SA
L’Observatoire
Maison Henri Deschamps
Marriott Port au Prince
Hôtel
Maxime Boutique Hôtel
Mon’Edy Tourism Agency
Mosaïques Gardere
Moulin sur mer
Multi Vision
MusicLab
Napolitano
Navette S.A.
NH Haiti El Rancho
Office Star
Ouanga Bay Beach
Palm Residence
Papaye Restaurant
Parc Historique Canne à
Sucre
Port Morgan
Prince Hôtel
Rébo Expresso
Residence Talou
Resort & Plages d’Haïti
Rêve et Voyages
Rhum Barbancourt
Royal Oasis
Sans Souci Agence de
Voyage
Secom
Servotel
SirepTour
Socoprosa-Avis
Sogecarte
Société Labadie Nord
(SOLANO)
Speedy Agence de voyages
St Georges Hotel & beach
Resort
Stellar Haiti Irish Village
Sunrise Airways
The Backyard
The Lodge
Uniglobe S.A.
Visa Lodge
Voyages Lumière
Wahoo Bay Beach
Wall’s International Guest
House
Xaragua Hôtel
Auberge Inn - ATH
[email protected] montanahaiti.com
Palms Résidence -ATH
6 Ave, Emile Roumer Bordes /
Jérémie
509-3727-9678, 2713-1524/2278-2917
Côte des
Arcadins
Port-au-Prince
[email protected]
509-3706-7342 / 3454-0053
[email protected]
www.palmevents.com
Cap Lamandou (Jacmel)
Paradis des
Receptions & Hotel Cyvadier Plage (Cyvadier- Jacmel)
Cote des Arcadins, Caries
509-2940-4609 / 4640-2223
www.kalikobeachclub.com
Dan’s creek
Wahoo Bay Beach -ATH
Cote des Arcadins, KM 62, Caries
509-3106-7676 / 3735-2536
3735-2831
wahoobaybeach.com
Route de Frère #29 Rue Roger Cola
509-3822-7149
Prince Hôtel --ATH
Pacot 30, Angle Rue 3 et Avenue N,
509-2944-0422
Royal Oasis-ATH
3844-8264/3482-2585/3844-8265
[email protected],
[email protected]
hotelcyvadier.com
[email protected]
509 3844-8264
3482-2585 / 3844- 8265
Port-Salut
509-3614-8143/ 509-3644-0404
[email protected]
danscreekhotel.com
Rue Panamericaine
P-V115 Avenue Panamericaine
+509-2229-2030
[email protected]
Hôtel du Village (Port-Salut)
Servotel -ATH
Vallue Petit Goave, Hotel Le Montagne
509-3420-2091/ 3231-8871/22285941
[email protected]
Rte De L’Aéroport, Maïs Gaté.
[email protected] haiti.com
509 2812-7500
The Inn at Villa Bambou
509 2 813-1724
www.villabambouhaiti.com
The Lodge-ATH
Furcy
509 3458 1052 / 3458 5968
The Palm Inn
Delmas 31 3, Rue Hatte 3
4446 9969 / 3889 0162
www.palminnho .net
Visa Lodge-ATH
[email protected]
509 2813- 0777
www.visalodge.com
Villa Thérese
#13, rue Léon Nau, P-V
(509)2816-0605 / (509)2816-2524
[email protected]
Côte
Caraïbe
Abakabay- ATH
Ile à Vache
509-3721-3691/ 3683-6253
[email protected]
abakabay.com
Aldy Hôtel- ATH (Aquin)
509-3829-9775, 3741-0532
[email protected]
[email protected]
Auberge du Mont Saint Jean
Vallée de Jacmel
509-3702-0510/ 3707-0605/ 34011789
[email protected]
Auberge Davezac Levy
509-3713-9035
[email protected]
Hôtel Villa Ban Yen
Hotel Kabic Beach Club
(Jacmel)
Ti Mouillage, Jacmel
509-3780-6850
www.kabicbeachclub.com
Hotel Florita
Historic District of Jacmel
509-3785-5154/ 4030-1424
[email protected]
Jardin Sur Mer-ATH
Route Nationale # 2, Zanglais,
Saint Louis du Sud
509-2270-1051/ 3668-6147
3119-8689
[email protected]
Moulin Sur Mer -ATH
Route Nationale #1 Mon Trouis
-800m after the Mont-Trouis ,bridge
509-3701-1918, 2813-1042/ 37021918
[email protected]
moulinsurmer.com
Club Indigo -ATH
Route Nationale #1, 18 km
from Port-au-Prince
Port-au-Prince Office: Rue de Nime
#4, Route de L’Aeroport, Enface eco
depot
509-3651-1000, 3650-1000, 34411000
[email protected]
clubindigo.net
Xaragua Hotel -ATH
Route Nationale #1, KM 80
509-2200-3680/ 509-2258-4307
[email protected]
Ouanga Bay -ATH
Mont Trouis, Route Nationale #1,
KM 63 Caries
509-3756-5212/ 3932-5810
[email protected]
Côte
Atlantique
L’Amitié Guest House :
Ti Mouillage, Cayes Jacmel
(509) 2942-7156 / 3417-7582
La Colline Enchantée-ATH
Auberge du Picolet
Manolo Inn
Cormier Plage-ATH
Marigot ( Corail Sud 67 Rue Gregoire PB
3701-9697/ 2274-1464
[email protected]
Petite Rivière de Nippes
509-3752-3838
[email protected]
Port Morgan-ATH
Ile a Vache
509-3921-0000/ 3923-0000
[email protected]
[email protected]
port-morgan.com
Relais du Boucanier
Avenue de la Lertation, Port Salut
509-3720-1144
lerelais[email protected]
lebouknier.com
Le Recul (Camp Perrin)
Camp Perrin
509-3797-8404
Camp Perrin
509-3454-0027
[email protected]
Auberge du Rayon Vert - ATH
Villa Nicole (Cayes-Jacmel)
Section Point Sable,Port Salut
509-3713-9035, 3779-1728
[email protected]
www.aubergedurayonvert.com
Kaliko Beach Club -ATH
Cayes-Jacmel
509-3387-4500/3389-4500
[email protected]
bobeabchhotel.com
Cap haitien
509 3438-6357/ 2810-1111
[email protected]
Route de Labadie, Cap-Haitien
509-3702-0210
[email protected]
Habitation Jouissant -ATH
202 Habitation Jouissant
509-2227-7799
Email: [email protected]
Hôtel Mont Joli-ATH
Cap Haitien
Rue 29 B Carrenage, Cap Haitien
509-2943-1110/ 3942-6975
[email protected]
Hôtel Beaux Rivages
Cap Haitien
509-3687-2903
[email protected]
Hostellerie
du Roi Christophe
Cap Haitien
509-2709-0556
[email protected],
[email protected]
hotelroichristophe.com
Résidence Royale
Cap Haitien
509 2942-0540
[email protected]
Centre
Hotel l'Ermitage
de Pandiassou -ATH
Pandiassou ,Plateau Central
Tel: 509-3742-5934 / 3741-8753
[email protected]
Wozo Plaza -ATH
Route Nationale #3, Mirebalais
Tel: +509-3614-6035/4832-2320
[email protected]
Art Galleries
Collection Flamboyant
9 Rue Darguin, P-V
509-3909-9231/3555-9398
[email protected]
Expressions
55 Rue Metellus, P-V
509-3713-0522/ 3602-0232
[email protected]
expressionsgaleriedart.com
Festival Arts
43 Rue Magny, P-V
509-3551-7311 /3401-3171
3716-0018
[email protected]
www.festivalhaiti.com
Galerie Marassa-ATH
115, ave Panaméricaine, P-V,
Complexe Oasis
509-4834-2328 | 4630-4545
[email protected]
www.galeriemarassa.com
Galerie Monnin-ATH
19 Rue Lamarre, P-V
509-2257-4430/3680-3240/34468768/3804-8464
[email protected]
galeriemonnin.com
Galerie Nader-ATH
50 Rue Gregoire, PV
509-3709-0222
[email protected]
galerienader.com
L’Atelier Boutique
Fondation Theard
Fermathe 59 | 509-2513-9874
Les Ateliers Jerôme
#46 de la rue Rébecca, Pétion Ville,
Haiti, HT6140
509 37056825 / 34119833
[email protected]
[email protected]
www.lesateliersjerome.com
Car Rental
Avis
20 Rue Mais Gate,
Route de L’aeroport
509-2229-6399/509-2941-555
avis.com/car-rental/location/HT
Budget Rent-a-Car
Angle Rue Leonard
& Route de L’Aeroport
509-2813-01800
budgetinternational.com
Dollar Rent-a-Car
Airport Road
509 - 2250-1800 / 2514-1800
2813-1800
[email protected]
Dollarhaiti.com
Europcar
Airport Road
Angle rue Louverture et blvd
Toussaint louverture
509-2812-5555/ 2812-5556
europcar.com/car-HAITI
Hertz -ATH
Airport Road
509-3779-0700 /2816-0700
hertz.com/rentacar/location/PAPT50
Secom -ATH
Delmas
564 Route de Delmas
509-2942-2940 / 2942-2941
[email protected]
secomhaiti.com
Airlines
American Airlines
Delmas 32 Delimart Plaza,
Corner of Rues Lamarre & Chavanne
Choucoune Plaza Petion Ville
509-2229-6000 / www.aa.com
Aerolineas Mas
Next to Servotel, at National
Gas Station
509-3704-4560
www.aeolineasmass.cm
Air Caraïbes - ATH
509-2813-1037 / aircaraibe.com
Air France - ATH
509-3115-5000 / www.airfrance.ht
Air Transat - ATH
37 Rue Grégoire P-V,
509 3696-2531 / 4801-2416 : Urgence 3940-4632
USA : 954-636-1884
E-mail : [email protected]
Website: www.agencealphahaiti.com
Agence Citadelle – ATH
[email protected]
509 2940 5900 / 3445-5900
Chatelain Tours – ATH
[email protected]
509 3701-4570
Harmony Tours & Travel
Agency – ATH
Capital Coach Lines
[email protected]
509 2 512 5989 / 3 455 1777
Caribe Tours
[email protected]
509 2 257 9379 /3 785 1946
Terra Bus
[email protected]
Airport Shuttle
Service
Airport Express
[email protected]
509 2813-0533
509 3445 5902
Airport [email protected]
Copa Airlines - ATH
Multivision Agence
de voyage – ATH
[email protected]
509 2941-0110
Navette S.A. - ATH
255, Lalue Ave John Brown
[email protected]
509 3710 9988
2940-2326 / 2940-2327
copaair.com
Delta Airlines - ATH
509-2943-3582 / 2816-1666
www.delta.com
Insel Air International - ATH
509-2813-0403/ 2813-0402
www.fly-inselair.com
interCaribbean Airways
http://intercaribbean.com
Jet Blue- ATH
Aeroport Int. Toussaint Louverture
2229 2570 / 2229 2571
509-3791-9209 / 2941-9209
[email protected] / mafhaiti.org
Spirit Airlines
509-2940-4421 / 2940-4422
spirit.com
Associationtouristiquehaiti
Agence Alpha
Transborder
Bus Lines
(509) 3782-8832 , 3643-0994
1-866-847-1112
[email protected]
[email protected]
Mission Aviation Fellowship
18, rue Moïse,
Pétion-Ville, Haïti
Tél : 509-2946-8484
3906-8484
Travel Agencies
Sunrise
Aerogare Guy Malary, Tabarre
2816 0616 / 2816 0615
www.sunriseairways.net
Tortugair
509-2812-8000/ 2812-8003
2812-8005/ 2812-8006
tortugair.com
Mon’Edy Tourism
Agency – ATH
73, Rue Nicolas Geffrard, Cayes
[email protected]
509 4707 3571
Napolitano
Travel Service – ATH
[email protected]
509 2940-0750 / 2940-1402
Rêves et Voyages – ATH
Angle rues Lambert et Aubran
Complexe Galeria
[email protected]
509 2940 1428
Sans Souci Agence
de voyage – ATH
[email protected]
509 1813-1564
SpeedyServicesVoyages–ATH
129, Rue Faubert, P.V.
[email protected]
509 3944 7922
StellarHaiti–ATH
5, Rue Darguin, Pétion-Ville, haiti
(509)4670-0000
Uniglobe – ATH
Email: [email protected]
Tél: (509) 3623-1418 / 3428-0770
Pharmacies
Obonsoins
107, Rue Louverture, PV
3800 3737
Pharmacie du Boulevard
1, Angle Blvd. du 15
Octobre & Rue D. Lespinasse, PAP
509 3459 6553 / 3808 9050
Pharmaximum
12, Rue Ogé, PV | 509 2816 0116
Polyclinique 48
408, Auto Route de Delmas
OPEN 24/7
509 2942-0068 / 3694-2078
Receptive
Operators
Agence Citadelle American
Express Travel - ATH
[email protected]
509 2940 5900 / 3445 5900 /
3040 5900
www.agencecitadelle.com
Tour Haiti
31 Rue Casseus Pacot, Port-au-Prince
www.tourhaiti.com
509 2813 22235
Uniglobe - ATH
[email protected]
509 2941 0742
Voyages Lumière - ATH
[email protected]
509 3607 1321 / 4805 8289
www.voyageslumiere.com
Voyages Plus Cap - ATH
Cap Haïtien
[email protected]
509 3443 0823 / 2940 0484
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