Driving in Haiti: Ever Been To Thiotes? Anse-a-Pitres? Pedernales DR?

Have you ever traveled through Thiotes and Anse-a-Pitres Haiti to Pedernales in the Dominican Republic? What are road conditions like?

Haiti Road Signs - Belle Anse, Grand Gosier, Anse-a-Pitres
Haiti Road Signs - Belle Anse, Grand Gosier, Anse-a-Pitres

One of my readers wants to know.

She asks me:

"Are the roads from Thiote / Anse-a-Pitres to Pedernales (DR) good and safe to travel?"

Since I have never been to that part of Haiti, I figure one you might know.

If you do, reply and let us know the condition of the road.

Reply with your comments.

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Aurora says...

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR QUICK REPLY, BUT SOMEONE TOLD ME THAT THEY ARE FIXING THE ROAD RIGHT NOW?

AND THE CAR CAN PASS BY. I JUST DON'T KNOW HOW

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Dear Brothers says...

Wow you do need a 4 wheels drive, a good one. I am a professional photographer, I have been every where in Haiti.

Trust me, this part of Haiti is the worst part. I am from the Bahamas Haitian parents when you plan to go there, lets meet there in Haiti.

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Edy says...

The road is bad, rugged as in the 16th Century from the turn that left going to Malpasse/Malpasso Border to Dominican Republic.

Once one leaves that turn (from Fonds Parisien to Toman, Fonds-Verrettes), a 4x4 is needed.

If the period is rainy, an 8x8 is probably the best...

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