Things to do in Port-au-Prince

The Royal Oasis by Occidental offers activities that you can enjoy. You can request information from our receptionists

The Neg Mawon Statue

This sculpture in downtown Port-au-Prince, located across the way from the site of the former National Palace in Haiti, was made by sculptor Albert Mangones at the end of the 1960s. It is one of the lasting symbols of Haitians’ struggle, first for freedom and independence.

Mupanah

Simply put, Haiti’s Musee du Pantheon National Haitien, MUPANAH for short, is one of the Caribbean’s best museums. Where else will you find artifacts like the anchor from Columbus’ Santa Maria?

Iron Market

The iron market is an iconic architectural, historical landmark in Haiti, located in downtown Port au Prince. The iron Market is a trading place where you can find literally everything. It is truly the most popular public market in all Haiti.

Street Art

Haiti has one of the Caribbean’s most interesting cultures and centuries of fascinating history. While its leisure tourism industry is very much in the early stages, there are a great deal of cultural and historic sites ready to receive intrepid travelers.

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