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Cities in Haiti
Cities in Haiti
Port-au-Prince — Haiti's big, crowded, and chaotic capital city.
Cap-Haïtien — the country's second biggest city, on the Atlantic coast near some beautiful beaches and interesting old forts.
Gonaïves — here, on 1 January 1804, Jean-Jacques Dessalines signed Haiti's Act of Independence, establishing the world's first black republic.
Jacmel — a relaxed town with a beautiful historic center and a claim not easily dismissed to be the country's artistic and cultural capital, albeit in ruins following the earthquake.
Jérémie — Haiti's westernmost and profoundly isolated town is a sleepy little charming place.
Les Cayes — Southern Haiti's principal port and a popular jumping off point for Île à Vache.
Petionville — a wealthy and much safer suburb of Port-au-Prince, where you will find most of the capital's nightlife, restaurants, wealthy Haitians, and foreigners.
Port-de-Paix — the main city in Haiti's drug-smuggling coast, with the opportunity to hail a ferry to Tortuga Island, a virtually undiscovered tropical paradise—albeit well discovered through the centuries by any famous pirate worth his salt and not a few wealthy drug lords.
Port-Salut — President Aristide's birthplace, home to miles of gorgeous, empty white sand beaches.
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