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I spent one week in Haiti, specifically Jacmel, and decided to stay at the Hotel Florita in town The Beaches are ok, Raymond les Bain is the better one, they have a lot of gravels which I am not a This is not a beach to swim, it is a beautiful mosaic boardwalk along the downtown Jacmel with a view on the ocean. Was pretty clean when I was there, with a playground area for children, art vendors, great food, drinks and great ambiance day and night. Beaches to swin are 20 miutes away at Fonds Raymond Beach, clean when no rain storms, great food and beach ambiance, music, arts, etc.
Can nicole dunbar back up off my family her tamika dunbar back off me and my family mihara myria daniels. I was so excited to be staying so close to the beach but unfortunately you cannot swim here due to the trash issues. You must travel to a nicer beach usually at a resort if you want to swim or snorkel. The boardwalk is nice but there are many people trying to sell you things. They are not rude, but it is hard to take a quiet walk. We did buy some beautiful art from a street vendor. I wouldn't really call this place a beach, it is more of a boardwalk with an ocean view.
If you like sea glass there is a ton of it among the rocks, you just have to be willing to walk through the trash. The sunset views were amazing. I can't remember the name, but I liked the area with the Kiosks. The water was tranquil, warm, and Lovely. I don't like to be mean; but, for me, I never engaged with the people selling things. And, I kept reading my Book. Worked for ME. There's a lovely promenade along this former coffee port at the edge of Jacmel, but calling it a beach does everyone an injustice.
The city, Haiti's tourism experiment, lacks the numbers to support the American-styled waterfront use it envisions. Trinket vendors in high karnaval season hawked listlessly here while shops in the historic core did brisk business. Shallow and too littered for visitor tastes, the shore seemed better suited to the commercial and industrial uses of the city's past.
I wanted to love this grand tourism experiment, but found myself wondering why the city fathers didn't look more to those uses for an economic lift. With the redeveloped waterfront has also come real estate projects gradually pricing workers out of the market.