Time to Make A Real Touristic Product Out of Tap-Tap

Imagine one night of celebration with friends and family, and some might prefer not to go clubbing, and still want to spend a quality time with loved ones.

How to Spend An Amazing Week in Haiti

Have you never been to a place where you instantly connect with the environment, the people, the food, and the culture?

Two Young Entrepreneurs are Transforming Slums into Tourist Attractions in Haiti

http://davidsontoussaint.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/video-1509307403.mp4 Transforming slum into Tourist attractions and Entrepreneurship Hub, the vision of two young entrepreneurs in Haiti, who are using their expertise in urban development to create a significant impact in...

Cap-Haitian and Puerto Plata Join Forces to Boost Tourism

http://davidsontoussaint.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/VID-20171029-WA0040.mp4 A meeting that has been delayed by the Hurricane Irma finally takes place in Puerto Plata this weekend where several people from the Cap-Haitien private sector meets with some key players in the...

Why Young African Americans Should Travel to Haiti

Haiti for an extended period is known for its political instabilities, poverty you name it, the country become the hub of international NGOs after the earthquake that happened in 2010, and seven years later people have the difficulty to talk about Haiti without associating it...

Tourism Startups Success: Sandy Laborde is Building a Tourism Business Empire

This week, Tourism Startups Success met Sandy in Orlando and she told us about her commitment to the Haitian community and her travel business. she answered the following. 1- You are a TV host, you do tours in Haiti, and now you are part of Sunrise team, what else do you do...

Cap-Haitien, The City: New Tourists Destination

Haiti second largest city, Cap-Haitien is ready to put in motion a plan that attracts 1.5 million tourists by 2022. An initiative started by the CEO and Founder of Haiti Tourism Inc. Davidson Toussaint, a company dedicated to promoting a better investment environment, and...

Tourism: What can Haiti learn from The Dominican Republic?

By Carlo Chancelien,  Le Jetsetter In 2017, the Tourism industry is bringing an average of 655 Millions of pesos (US$ 13.8 Millions) DAILY of the gross transaction in the Dominican economy, though the local suppliers… Yes DAILY, not a typo. This amount is estimated by the...