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Haiti is an independent island nation located on Hispaniola, bordering the Dominican Republic on the opposite side of the island. Haiti is also known as the Republic of Haiti. Most residents of the island either speak French or Creole. The Republic of Haiti occupies more than 10,000 square miles of land mass with Port-au-Prince serving as the nationís capital.

For many years, Haiti has been a nation in turmoil. Coups and violence have led to political instability, and many people feel uneasy with voodoo culture. Although Haiti has experienced political problems, with many considering it a dangerous place to visit, it is a great place to spend a vacation.

Port-au-Prince is full of great culture and cuisine. Some of the most historic sites on the Caribbean can be found in Haiti, such as the Citadelle, an ancient fortress on top of a mountain. Party lovers can visit during Carnival, with one of the best parades being hosted in the southern portion of the island.

While it was still under control of a colonial power, Haitian slaves participated in a triumphant slave revolt. Ever since the revolt, residents have remained attached to their African culture. Among this cultural heritage is voodoo, influencing music, art, and other aspects of the culture.

Although traveling around the country can be difficult at times, the people of Haiti are friendly and eager to share their country with visitors. Since the country is more politically stable than it has been in the past, it is an ideal time to vacation on the island.


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