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I live just down the road from here and it amazes me that every weekend Lilly white fresh faced 1 weeker missionaries visit this site in beat up buses and taps with absolutely no safety at all. These people are really seen as fresh meat,...More
We had a tour guide named John who was quite helpful in explaining things about the Fort and the history around it.
The interior is closed to the public unfortunately, but you can peer though the gate to get a sense of the thickness of...More
Very easy to reach from Port au Prince, road is good. No entrance fee, a few people offering to be guides, but they are friendly. The place has picnic space too so you can have lunch in a forrest like area. You can only walk...More
I visited here once in 2015 and it was pretty neat. Went back in May of 2016 and was disappointed that the restoration work was actually destroying the existing structure.
There was rubbish everywhere, inside and outside of the Fort... even the local guides didn't...More
To be respectful when you arrive hire a local who is there . Pay them a few dollars and let them guide you around . Bring some snacks to share and buy the local food and berries and then give it to the kids or...More
Disclaimer: Unfortunately, the fort was closed due to damage from the 2010 earthquake, so I wasn't able to take a look inside or walk around without putting my safety at risk. My cousin tells me restoration will begin next year. I was surprised to see...More