It's easy to get real tourists to come to Haiti. The fact is...

Paul K - May 24 2013, 10:46 PM

It's easy to get real tourists to come to Haiti.

The fact is that there are a lot of them who are actively looking for warm places to visit.

But first...

a few things must be in place: Why would tourists come to Haiti if they don't feel safe there?

So, security should be a priority.

What about cleanliness?

A lot of visitors claim that the country is filthy.

Are they wrong?

Probably not. If you take a look at the center of Port-au-Prince, heading towards Carrefour, via route nationale #2...you probably have to agree with them. Therefore, the government needs to fix the roads, and clean the streets.

What about electricity?

Do you expect tourists to come to Haiti, and stay in the dark?

I honestly think that once they fix these problems, tourists will happily, come to Haiti for a good time.

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