1.- Southern Hospitality.
It is a fact! People in the South are more welcoming. I am sure you have heard it the world over. And it’s no different in Haiti. Perhaps, why they call the capital city of this department, Les Cayes “The City Of Hospitality”.
2.- Beautiful Beaches.
From Aquin to Coteaux, the South has some of the most beautiful beaches the country has to offer. This list includes, Gelee Beach – One of the longest and most visited Beaches in Haiti, Point-De-Sable Beach in Port Salut, and not to forget Abakabay – which recently made CNN’s World’s 100 Best Beaches.
Speaking of Abaka bay Beach, it’s part of one of the most beautiful resorts in Haiti, “Abaka Bay Resort Beach Front Hotel”. Located on the island of Ile-A-Vache, it’s only a 15-20 minute yacht ride from the port of Les Cayes. But Abakabay is not the only resort on this Island, not too far there is Port-Morgan.
4.- The Waterfall – Saut-Mathurine.
Located in Camp-Perrin, Saut-Mathurine is the largest waterfall in Haiti. The source of its stream of water comes from the Rivière de Cavaillon. And it doesn’t matter if it’s over 100 degrees everywhere else. It always feels good there. Simply amazing!!!