Haiti, the pearl of the caribbean BY: David ceme

Haiti is a country that is located in North America. The capital of Haiti is Port-au-Prince

Moulin Sur Mer

Moulin Sur Mer is a beach resort that is located in Montrouis, Haiti. Before the actual resort was created, it was a sugar cane plantation. They are 2 parts of Moulin Sur Mer. The first part is the museum, the second part is the resort. The museum has artifacts of the plantation such as slave chains, war guns, old windmills, and wagons. At the resort, everything is inclusive such as food, gym time, room service, etc. At the beach that is nearby the resort, you can get a massage by the water.

Labadee, Haiti

Labadee is a gorgeous region that is located in the northern coast of Haiti. Labadee is a destination that most Caribbean cruises go to. There are many resorts to stay at when you are visiting Labadee. At the Labadee's beach, there are many activities you can do such as getting a massage, zip lining, renting a speed boat, snorkeling, go on the Dragon's tail roller coaster, jump on floating trampolines, etc. On the beach, there are cabanas you can relax on and get a suntan.

Citadelle Laferrièfre

Citadelle Laferrière is a fortress that was made between 1805 and 1820. They had put 365 cannons inside the fort. The fort was built for the Haitians to defend themselves against the French colons. However, after the fight is over against the French colon they restore the fort and actually use it as a tourist attraction. Two ways are used to reach the top of the mountain where the fort is located. The first way is by vehicle and the second way is by walking or riding on a horse. Along the road, people are selling drinks and souvenirs. They keep many artifacts at the fort such as cannons and cannonballs.

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