Haiti is one of the most exciting of all the Caribbean islands. Still relatively untouched by tourism, it always fascinates those seeking exotic and new experiences. The Haitian people are enormously welcoming and proud, eager to show visitors the richness and diversity of their culture.
From Cap Haitien and King Christopher’s Citadelle, through boat tours around the beautiful bay of Fort Liberte, Petion-Ville for its famous restaurants, Jacmel with it’s colonial architecture, Port-Salut with super vistas of the Tiburon peninsula, to Port-au-Prince, with the beautiful and vibrantly painted Saint Trinity cathedral, Haiti has an exuberant, colorful style that draws from the rhythms of daily life, nature and voodoo.
Haitian art became world famous in 1943, the year the Centre d'Art was founded in Port-au-Prince. Barbancourt has fully committed itself to promoting Haitian culture by commissioning the works of artists such as Georges Remponneau, creator of the large wall fresco at Port-Au-Princes aux Socaques Restaurant and Felix jeanone, whose work is immortalized on the 'Reserve du Domaine' box.