My Haiti Travels has announced its 2nd Annual "Impact Week" to Haiti
Impact Week 2014 will showcase Haiti's authentic beauty and history
Jacmel posses one of the most diverse coastline in the Caribbean
Beaches range from white as snow to dark as charcoal. Source: Pinterest
The all-inclusive five-day and four-night travel package is scheduled for January 16-20, 2014
The package features cultural activities, premium hotel and beach resort stays, volunteerism and touristic exploration of Haiti's capital of Port-au-Prince and the Arcadins Coast, a popular beach destination.
View from Wahoo Bay Beach Hotel, Arcadins Coast - Source: Pinterest
Impact Week was founded by Dina Simon shortly following the devastating earthquake of January 2010 to support the resurgence of tourism and investment. My Haiti Travels has secured relationships with hotel and resort establishments, restaurants and professional tour guides to provide unique experiences tailored to each client's specific needs, lifestyle and budget.
Led by a bi-lingual staff and local professionals across islands hospitality and tourism sector, "Impact Week 2014" offers an exclusive itinerary of live music and entertainment, beach resort activities and fine dining in the trendy Pétion-Ville neighborhood of top restaurants and premier social hot spots.
The inaugural "Impact Week 2013" trip was hailed by travelers as a fun, rewarding and safe experience.
For the second year, "Impact Week" is scheduled during the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday in the U.S., and will include a Project Day to provide volunteer services to elementary students of PRODEV (Progress and Development through the Youth of Haiti).
Les Cayes, locally known as Aux Cayes (on the Cayes) sits in upon the southern shoreline of Haiti with a population of 45,904 people; making it the 4th largest town in the country. Source: Pinterest
Haiti was the first independent sovereign nation in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the first Black republic in the world when it declared independence from France during the Haitian Revolution on January 1, 1804.
The tour schedule also allows quality time for individual exploration of Haiti's dynamic Taino, African, Latin and French ancestry.
A discounted early-bird registration rate is now available through November 2, 2013.
For more information and to register for "Impact Week 2014," visit www.impactweekhaiti.com
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Source: South Florida Caribbean News