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National History Park - Citadel, Sans Souci, Ramiers

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Citadelle Laferriere Sightseeing Tour from Cap-Haitien
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Citadel is a must see experience in Haiti. It's breathtaking view and depth of history is amazing. Sadrac Guerrier arranged my stay and visit to the Citadel and Labadee. A nice comfortable hotel for $50 per night in Cap..Walk everywhere.

Thank Carlton T
Reviewed 20 December 2016

There are only ruins left from the Palais that King Henry Christophe had built. But as you do down from the Citadelle, it is a stop to make. It is a lovely place, still providing the visitor with a sense of history and awe. the...More

1  Thank Metravellingagain
Reviewed 30 August 2016 via mobile

Great place to visit in Haiti close to cape Haitian, to get tithe top you can either walk , if you are an athlete you can run your way up or ride a motorcycle or a horse (horses are not treated right ) so try...More

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Reviewed 27 August 2016 via mobile

Citadel in Cap-Haitien, is a nice, beautiful, Historical site to experience and learn about. I am glad i visited. I will go again.

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Reviewed 23 August 2016 via mobile

A most excellent adventure with Guide Sadrac Guerier 011 509 37187966 Bus to Cap Hotel Master. The walk and tour of the Citadel is one of my life adventures that I will never forget. The Guide will give you a History lesson.. The tragedy of...More

Thank Carlton T
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Drive to Milot or take a taxi. You can pay U.S. cash and for the entrance at the tourism booth (they also speak English at the tourism booth). I think I paid around $60USD for 4 people including the tour guide. Get a horse (...More

Thank romij647
Reviewed 28 June 2016

This was such a pleasant surprise. Totally unexpected and totally blown away! Even the pictures I had seen did not seem to do it justice as for being there in person. It was a jewel of a find in the Caribbean. A Must See!

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Reviewed 12 April 2016

I've read a lot about Sans Souci Palace and I'm glad I went! Hired a local guide. It was helpful but not indispensable. The old man ended up asking five times more than he initially asked for. I gave him the initial price we initially...More

1  Thank Philippe M
Reviewed 16 January 2016

We had such a wonderful visit at the citadel and sans Soucis yesterday. A lot of the tourists I tour with always want to challenge themselves of the hiking to the citadel, and when you do that, it gives you a taste of how hard...More

Thank Haitian C
Reviewed 16 January 2016

Hiking to the top of the Citadel takes stamina, although mules are available. The Citadel, built to fend off a possible attack by Napoleon, is an enormous fortress built on the hilltops. A new parking area at the base, with restroom and diagrams is helpful....More

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