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DECAMERON EXPLORER HAITI The Pearl of the Caribbean

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DECAMERON EXPLORER Decameron Explorer stands out as an Agency with extensive experience in the world of tourism. With the services of Decameron Explorer, one can meet all expectations to achieve the perfect logistics for incentives groups, tour operators, conventions, among others. Decameron Explorer is the direct link to the best chain of All Inclusive Hotels in Central and South America, the Decameron Hotels. If you wish to go sightseeing, Decameron Explorer offers excellent programs in every destination and the best option for transport services in the most convenient category for you. We also offer V.I.P. services. Decameron Explorer has an excellent infrastructure of ground services to accommodate every need of its clients. In the Airport at every destination, we have offices for passenger services, permanent personnel with special permits to enter the international dock, immigration and customs areas. Thanks to this infrastructure, we can organize luggage identification to speed up the process of room distribution at the hotels. With the support of guides, we can speed up pre-registrations for groups en route to the hotels, thus making check-in easier at the reception desk. We currently have offices with personalized service in Panama, El Salvador, Ecuador, Peru, Colombia and Haiti. Among the staff who work for Explorer we have professionals in group handling, incentives, conventions, etc., who are always attentive from the moment of the initial quote up to the final execution of an event. For this and many other reasons, we invite you to use our services with the guarantee of excellent service and comfort for your clients.

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SERVICES Among the services offered by Decameron Explorer (DMC), we would like to emphasize:      

Tourist excursions in combination with hotels in cities and mountains Plane reservations and ticket sales Management and logistics for Charter flights Transfers of private groups Eco-tourism, cultural and historical, adventure, fishing and diving excursions Tourist excursions in Panama, El Salvador (with extensions to Honduras and Guatemala) and Colombia in combination with the Caribbean, in destinations such as San Andres and Providencia Islands, the unequalled and historic Cartagena, Panaca Theme Park Hotel and the exotic Amazon  Peru tourist excursions, which combine Amazon and coast, with attractions such as Lima, Cusco and Machu Picchu, Trujillo, Chiclayo, the impressive ruins of Chan-Chan, the Museum of Tumbas Reales of Sipán, among other symbols in this wonderful destination.  Programs for groups, incentives and conventions (personalized for each client) with possibilities for lodging, meals, transfers, entertainment, sports, etc.  Personalized attention at Counters for sales and attention to the public in the lobby of each hotel 7 days a week. TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE A complete fleet of vehicles, boats and planes assure excellent service in all our excursions, eco-tours and transfers. HACCP HEALTH & SAFETY PROGRAM Decameron Explorer actively participates in Health & Safety programs. A team of Health & Safety Coordinators, trained to achieve the standards and regulations on Food Safety are INCLUDED in Decameron Explorer´s staff. HACCP is a food handling and operating approach that promotes food safety by identifying food hazards and applying and monitoring appropriate control measures at points, critical to safety, reducing the risk of food associated illness in guests, and thereby reducing the number of claims.

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This team audits all tours and restaurants included in Decameron Explorer´s portafolio, providing basic health & safety procedures training to our food & beverages suppliers. HUMAN RESOURCES We offer a team of organizers, coordinators and professional guides with more than 10 years of experience in handling cruises and charters, who can direct tours to the most interesting places in each country, with fluency in several languages (Spanish, English, German, Italian, Portuguese, French, Russian).

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CÔTE DES ARCADINS

Sharing the island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic, Haiti is a captivating and mysterious country located in the heart of the Caribbean. French and Creole are the two official languages but, given the outside influences from nearby countries, English and Spanish are widely spoken. Since 400 years back, Haiti has been known as The Pearl of the Caribbean. It is also, famously, the first European colony ever to gain independence with the rebellion of former slave Toussaint-Louverture. This uprising set in motion the eradication of slavery, not only in Haiti, but subsequently in all former colonised nations. Through the hardship of recent years, the island is actively striving to regain its place in the sun as a fa-vourite tourist destination for the foreign traveler. In no small part, this is accomplished through the warmth and hospitality of the Haitians themselves, but the island has a lot more than that going for it. He-re, African roots mix with Colonial influences, French je ne sais quoi and modern Latin American accents to create a extravagantly dynamic historic and cultural heritage. Haiti is a country of sun, virgin beaches and turquoise tropical waters. But Haiti also exhibits a vibrant cultural amalgam as expressed in the irre-sistible musical fusion and world-renowned art scene, as well as colourful religious syncretism. Sugarcane production is a mainstay of the Haitian economy and the Barbancourt Distillery produces some of the most sought-after rum varieties in the world. Some of the best reefs in the Caribbean are located but a short distance from the pristinely lush coastline - for all the avid snorkelling and diving aficionados to explore. In short, Haiti is a place where you can totally immerse in adventure or just kick back and relax - a true tropical treasure island. Come discover the most exciting Caribbean island!

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VOODOO CEREMONY

The word voodoo designates a comprehensive mĂŠlange of beliefs and rituals of African origins. Voodoo is a rich and misunderstood religion of harmony between the living being and his/her surroundings. The fundamental aspect of the religion of voodoo, is its influence in the social life of the believers, especially in the peasant community. It is through voodoo that basic notions of life, society, harmony with nature, medicinal plants and culture in general are transmitted to the younger generations of Haitians. In the Haitian countryside, voodoo goes hand-in-hand with the imaginary and life in general. It is the vital force that underlies all Haitian art forms - be it painting, story-telling or music. You are invited the enter this mystical universe and witness some traditional voodoo rituals in a visually dazzling and musically mesmerising show. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: I INCLUDED: Ground transportation, English-speaking tour guide, entry fee. RECOMMENDATIONS: Casual dress wear (men - long pants and shirt; women - long pants or long skirt). MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENT: 16 years and over MINIMUM: 10 people MAXIMUM: 18 people DEPARTURE: 6:00 p.m. ARRIVAL: 8:00 p.m

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MONTROUIS WALKING TOUR

Take the « route des rails » to visit Montrouis village and discover a port welcoming boatloads of salt and source Cadenette, a voodoo site. A unique opportunity to experience traditional negotiation with the Haitian merchant. On the way, your guide will identify the different trees, crops and exotic flowers. He’ll deliver the secrets of traditional herbal medicine. A perfect excursion to admire an authentic picture of Haitian life. OGIER FOMBRUN MUSEUM (OPTIONAL) Haiti, or Saint Domingue as the country was then known, was France’s richest colony, in its heyday producing over three quarters of the worlds sugar. The work force employed in this endeavour was provided by the exploitation of slaves brought over from Africa. Eventually, armies of slaves bravely fought to successfully uproot slavery and colonialism, and in 1804 an independent Haiti became the first Black Republic in the world. Habitation Ogier was a sugarcane plantation built in 1760 and later abandoned. It is one of the few plantations to have survived the ravages of time. The ruins fo the former plantation were discovered in 1977 by the architect Gérard Frombrun, who then dedicated himself to restoring the structure. Now completely restored to its former glory, the main building houses the museum, exhibiting authentic historical relics narrating the origins of the Haitian nation. A place of memory and recognition, evoking heroism from times past. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: I INCLUDED: Ground transportation in Tap Tap, English-speaking tour guide, entry fees, fruits, and beverage.

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RECOMMENDATIONS: Light and comfortable clothing, comfortable shoes, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, local or US currency in small denominations for purchase of local crafts and products. MINIMUM: 4 people MAXIMUM: 24 people SCHEDULE: 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. | 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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HAITI RUM ROUTE – LA PLAINE DU CUL DE SAC

The farming of sugarcane and it’s by-products, is intrinsically linked to the history and culture of Haiti. The Barbancourt Rum Distillery in Damien, having been established in 1862, is one of Haiti’s oldest companies and the rum produced here is widely regarded as one of the best in the world. The visit of the installations includes a tasting of fine rum. (In season November-June.) The Sugarcane Museum in Tabarre offers an in-depth insight into the processing of this popular plant throughout the centuries. There are also several other museum pavilions dedicated to Haitian history and musical heritage. Lunch is served at “Le Relai de Chateaublond” and is accompanied by a tasting of so-called “trempés” - white rum, infused with fragrant leaves, fruits or roots, purported to have multiple health benefits. At the Noailles Artist Commune, local artists re-imagine scrap metal into real works of art, showcasing the ingenuity of the Haitian people. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: I INCLUDED: Ground transportation, entry fees, rum tasting, “trempés” tasting, Englishspeaking tour guide, lunch and beverages. RECOMMENDATIONS: Comfortable shoes, hat, sunscreen, local or US currency in small denominations for purchase of local crafts and products. FREQUENCY: Monday through Friday. Closed on public holidays. MINIMUM: 10 people MAXIMUM: 50 people DEPARTURE: 8:30 a.m. ARRIVAL: 5:30 p.m.

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HISTORIC HAITI – SANS SOUCI & CITADELLE HENRY

The mountaintop fortress of Citadelle Henry, in northern Haiti, is the largest fortress in the Western Hemisphere and arguably the country’s most important historic site. Officially called The National History Park Citadelle, Sans Souci, Ramier, 20,000 workers laboured in its construction between the years 1806 and 1820, during the reign of Henry Christophe an influential leader of the successful slave rebellion that led to independence from France, who later became the self-appointed king of the northern region of new state of Haiti. We continue on to Milot where we visit the circular Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church and the ruins of the Sans Souci Royal Palace, also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The journey continues up a steep mountain road towards the looming citadelle. The ascent is done on horseback (about 30 min. with a horse attendant’s assistance). The massively grand Citadelle was built to house 5,000 people and exhibits an impressive collection of canons from the 18th and 19th centuries. From the high point of the fortress, the view of the surrounding landscape is endless - in fact, it reaches all the way to the neighbouring Dominican Republic. We descend the same way we came up, upon which lunch is served in a local restaurant. *NOTE: Only individuals in reasonable physical health can participate in this activity. Pregnant women and clients under the influence of alcohol or any other intoxicants are not allowed to partake in this activity. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: II-III INCLUDED: Ground transportation, entry fees, horse rental, lunch , beverages, Englishspeaking tour guide. RECOMMENDATIONS: Long pants and long-sleeved shirt, hiking boots or running shoes, hat, sunscreen, local or US currency in small denominations for purchase of local crafts and products. MINIMUM: 6 people MAXIMUM: 38 people DEPARTURE: 6:00 a.m. ARRIVAL: 8:00 p.m.

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JACMEL & BASSIN BLEU

Jacmel, a town that lies nested in a stunning bay along the distant Caribbean coastline, is a place where past and present seem to harmoniously mesh. The town has played an important role in the country’s history, but it is also the cradle of poets, musicians, artists, painters, novelists and intellectuals. We will have the opportunity to participate in one of the oldest traditions from this town which is the handcrafting in paper maché, we will be able to use our imagination to create and paint art with this material. Bassin Bleu (Blue Lagoon), lies about 40 minutes driving distance from Jacmel, along a road that offers splendid views of the bay and the town. From Grand-Fond, we continue on foot for about 15 minutes, before arriving at the Bassin Bleu waterfall. The cascading waters form three lagoons, of which Bassin-Clair (Clear Lagoon) is the most spectacular, but also the most difficult to reach - it is necessary to climb up a small ladder and climb down the other side with the help of a rope. The reward: an unforgettable plunge into the blue waters of the lagoon. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: II INCLUDED: Ground transportation, English-speaking tour guide, lunch, beverages, snack. RECOMMENDATIONS: Light and comfortable clothing, hiking boots or running shoes, wet shoes, bathing suit, towel, sunscreen, insect repellent, hat, local or US currency in small denominations for purchase of local crafts and products. MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENT: 10 years and over MINIMUM: 5 people MAXIMUM: 36 people DEPARTURE: 6:00 a.m. ARRIVAL: 7:30 p.m.

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MARCHAND DESSALINES

It is known as the First Black Capital of the New World. Marchand Dessalines was the first town founded after the Haitian declaration of independence in 1804. The attraction in this town is a network of fortifications, built for defensive as well as offensive purposes. In total, there are six forts: Culbuté, Décidé, Doko, Madame, Innocent and Fin du Monde, the “End of The Wold” fort, so-called because of its location on the highest point of the hill, giving the impression that the entire world lies at its feet. Scattered across the town of Marchand Dessalines are sites of historical importance and pretty houses that used to belong to famous players in Haiti’s history, e.g. the tile-roofed house of Marie-Claire Heureuse Félicité (the Emperor’s spouse), the house of Charlotin Marcadieu, the graves of General Brutus, Colonel Gabart and Benoît Batraville, as well as the remains of Dessalines’ house and several caverns and pools of water. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: I – II MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENT: 10 years old INCLUDED: Ground transportation, English-speaking tour guide, beverages, fruits, entry fees. RECOMMENDATIONS: Casual wear, comfortable shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, hat, local or US currency in small denominations for purchase of local crafts and products. MINIMUM: 10 people MAXIMUM: 36 people DEPARTURE: 7:30 a.m. ARRIVAL: 1:00 p.m.

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THE BAMBOO TOWN OF MARMELADE

Marmelade is a town located in the Artibonite region, 30 km. from Gonaïves. Here you have the opportunity to experience life in a town strongly influenced by the growing of bamboo. “Casa Bambou” is a structure totally made out of bamboo, without the use of nails, wood, cement or other materials. The visit also takes you to see the hillside lake community called Beauche, as well as downtown Marmelade with its church and market. A guided visit of the plant nursery, the workshops producing bamboo furniture and the plant where bamboo juice is extracted is also part of the itinerary. You will also be treated to a little violin performance. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: I INCLUDED: Ground transportation, English-speaking tour guide, lunch, beverages, snack. RECOMMENDATIONS: Casual wear, comfortable shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, hat, local or US currency in small denominations for purchase of local crafts and products. MINIMUM: 8 people MAXIMUM: 18 people DEPARTURE: 8:00 a.m. ARRIVAL: 6:00 p.m.

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OGIER FOMBRUN MUSEUM

Haiti, or Saint Domingue as the country was then known, was France’s richest colony, in its heyday producing over three quarters of the worlds sugar. The work force employed in this endeavour was provided by the exploitation of slaves brought over from Africa. Eventually, armies of slaves bravely fought to successfully uproot slavery and colonialism, and in 1804 an independent Haiti became the first Black Republic in the world. Habitation Ogier was a sugarcane plantation built in 1760 and later abandoned. It is one of the few plantations to have survived the ravages of time. The ruins fo the former plantation were discovered in 1977 by the architect Gérard Frombrun, who then dedicated himself to restoring the structure. Now completely restored to its former glory, the main building houses the museum, exhibiting authentic historical relics narrating the origins of the Haitian nation. A place of memory and recognition, evoking heroism from times past. INCLUDED: Ground transportation, admission fees, English-speaking guide, rum cocktail, souvenir. RECOMMENDATIONS: Comfortable shoes and clothes, sunscreen. DURATION: 2 hours. MINIMUM: 1 person MAXIMUM: 16 people

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TREKKING – PIAT SOURCE & WATERCRESS FIELDS

The trek starts in the village of Délugé, not far from the Hotel. Initially, the trail follows the banks of the Délugé River, before taking us through some traditional and inaccessible countryside villages, where we have the opportunity to interact with and get to know the local residents closer. The flora and fauna of this valley is abundant and diverse, as the river waters gush from the mountains and create a virtual oasis of green amidst the bare mountains. Eventually, having taken some breaks along the way, we arrive at the Piat Source at 900m/2,950ft of altitude. Here is where they farm watercress. The reward of the walk is a refreshing dip in one of the natural pools, surrounded by watercress fields, while savouring exotic fruits - a uniquely invigorating experience! *NOTE: Only individuals in reasonable physical health can participate in this activity. Pregnant women and clients under the influence of alcohol or any other intoxicants are not allowed to partake in this activity. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: III MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENT: 12 years old INCLUDED: Ground transportation in Tap Tap, English-speaking tour guide, local guide, entry fees, fresh fruit, beverages. RECOMMENDATIONS: Shorts and T-shirt, hiking boots or running shoes, hat, sunscreen, bathing suit, towel, insect repellent, local or US currency in small denominations for purchase of local crafts and prod-ucts. MINIMUM: 4 people MAXIMUM: 24 people DEPARTURE: 7:30 a.m. ARRIVAL: 11:30 a.m.

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PORT – AU – PRINCE CITY TOUR

The city tour will take us through the areas of Port-au-Prince, that were severely affected by the earthquake in 2010, to the newly restored Iron Market, with its colourful selection of Haitian arts and crafts. Free time for shopping. We stop at the National Pantheon Museum (MUPANAH), where we immerse ourself in Haiti’s dramatic history, and continue on through the Bois Verna neighbourhood and its picturesque gingerbread houses of a bygone era. A stop at the main city square, “Le Champs de Mars”, with its numerous statues honouring the heroes of Haiti independence, is a must. The drive takes us through Pétionville, a residential municipality within the greater Port-au-Prince area. Since the earthquake, this part of town has become the heart of all upscale commercial activity in the capital. Lunch will be served at a nearby restaurant. Brief stop at a local supermarket, where purchase of local products and access to ATM is available. The day would not be complete without a visit to a renowned Haitian art gallery. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: I INCLUDED: Ground transportation, English-speaking tour guide, lunch, soft drinks, entry fees. RECOMMENDATIONS: Comfortable shoes, hat, sunscreen, local or US currency in small denominations for purchase of local crafts and products. MINIMUM: 10 people MAXIMUM: 50 people DEPARTURE: 7:30 a.m. ARRIVAL: 6:00 p.m.

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UTV TOUR

Live the best experience on board UTV vehicle, along with qualified staff, the walk starts Cote des Arcadins; in turn Anse a Pirogue to appreciate the flora and fauna variety, and if you want you can enjoy a delicious bath in the sea in the beautiful clear water (optional). LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: II INCLUDED: Transport by UTV and guide who accompanies. DEPARTURE: It depends on the weather, between 9h00-16: 00 TIME: 2 hours and 30 minutes, MINIMUM: 1 person MAXIMUM: 8 people MAXIMUM AGE: 60 years. RECOMMENDATIONS: Clothing and footwear (wet shoes), hat, sunglasses, sunscreen. IMPORTANT: This tour is not recommended for pregnant women, people with back problems or those under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The guide reserves the right not to admit a member who does not meet these requirements or (without refund). The tour is not suitable for the disabled. NOTE: Boarding takes place at the Marina of Hotel. "It is important to note that, according to climate and weather conditions this activity may be canceled. Also the visibility of wildlife is limited to natural factors. "

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WATER SPORTS

Haiti is, of course, located in the heart of the Caribbean Sea, and surrounded by world class dive spots. It stands to reason, therefore, that Haiti would provide similar turquoise blue and warm conditions, with a visibility often exceeding 33m/100ft. There are pristine and colourful coral reefs a few miles offshore and these can be reached by boat. In Haiti’s tropical waters you will still see schools of a variety of tropical fish, moray eels, crabs, lobsters and the occasional spotted eagle ray, stingray, barracuda and reef shark. Haiti is also home to some of the largest elephant ear sponges in the world, as well as rare black coral - healthy reefs which have surprisingly eluded the coral bleaching that has affected other areas in the Caribbean. Given its extensive and nearly virgin coastline, one could spend years here searching out unchartered territory to explore underwater. With sites like the Zombie Hole, the many wrecks from modern and distant eras and the variety of marine life, Haiti is a water sports destination that is worth the trip. It is plain to see, that there are mysteries to behold beneath the waves of Haiti. *NOTE FOR ALL WATERSPORTS ACTIVITIES: IMPORTANT: These excursions are not recommended for pregnant women or persons under the influence of alcohol or drugs, for persons with back problems or recent surgery. The tour guide reserves the right to deny admittance to any participant who does not comply with these requirements (without right to reimbursement)

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BANANA BOAT (tubbing)

Haiti is at the heart of the Caribbean Sea. Therefore, Haiti will bring blue and turquoise waters in warm conditions, with visibility often exceed 33 m / 100 ft. INCLUDED: tour 15 minutes the banana. HOURS AVAILABLE: between 8:00 am and 4 pm. RECOMMENDATIONS: Swimsuit and towel, sunglasses, sunscreen, hat. "It is important to note that, according to climate and weather conditions this activity may be canceled. Also the visibility of wildlife is limited to natural factors. "

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TAP TAP BOAT

Beautiful excursion to enjoy the landscape of our Haitian sea. On board the Tap Tap, typical and colorful boat used by Haitian fishermen, we begin the tour of the Côte des Arcadins. Enjoy the seafood, a swim or snorkeling (optional). In couple or family, you can spend a pleasant day in the crystal waters of the Caribbean. INCLUDES: Maritime transport, crew (Captain and local guide) RECOMMENDATIONS: Comfortable clothing and shoes (wet shoes), cap or hat, sunglasses, sun block, bathing suit and towel NOTE: set sail from La Marina (Hotel). Therefore, the tour is not apt for persons with reduced mobility. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: I DEPARTURE: 08:00 to 16:00 DURATION: 2 hours MINIMUM: 2 people / MAXIMUM: 8 people MINIMUM AGE: 6 years MAXIMUM AGE: 70 years "It is important to note that, according to climate and weather conditions this activity may be canceled. Also the visibility of wildlife is limited to natural factors. "

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SCUBA DIVING

The diverse and pleasant underwater world of Haiti is suitable for divers at any level even total beginners! If you always dreamed of trying SCUBA diving and never got the opportunity - this is your chance! For the seasoned diver, there are many different dive spots to accommodate all levels of experience and preference - from shallow reefs to deep wrecks. Customised packages are available, depending on each diver’s experience and certification level. Some of the sites regularly visited are: the Zombie Hole, Arcadins, Anse à Pirogue and nearby wrecks. All divers need to show a valid international certification (e.g. PADI, IANTD, CMAS, NAUI, SSI). Non-certification introduction to SCUBA available for guests with no prior diving experience. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: I-III INCLUDED: Boat (capacity of 12 passengers) with captain and all safety gear (radio, awning, life-jackets, first-aid kit) and English-speaking crew, all SCUBA gear (weights, 2 tanks, BCD, regulator, fins, mask, wetsuit), bottled water. RECOMMENDATIONS: Bathing suit, sunscreen, towel, sunglasses, hat. MINIMUM: 4 people MAXIMUM: 8 people DURATION: 1 or 2 immersions

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JET SKI TOUR

A unique opportunity to explore the Caribbean coast on a jet ski ride for Arcadins. The guide will take you to the most interesting places in this part of the coast of Haiti. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: II RECOMMENDATIONS: Bathing suit, sunscreen, towel. INCLUDES: Jet Ski, English-speaking guide. DURATION: 1/2 or 1 hour MINIMUM: 1 person MAXIMUM: 8 people.

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BOAT CHARTER

Enjoy a day on the ocean, whether as a group or a family! A laid-back activity that will take you to one of several destinations: Anse à Galet sandbar, Anse à Pirogue beach, Arcadins Islands, Anse à Raisin, Mikaz Beach. Or maybe you would prefer a romantic sunset cruise in the calm waters of the bay? LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: I INCLUDED: Boat with captain and all necessary safety gear (radio, awning, life-jackets, first-aid kit) and English-speaking crew, snack, soft drinks, beer and bottled water. RECOMMENDATIONS: Light clothing, bathing suit, sunscreen, towel, sunglasses, hat. MINIMUM: 7 people MAXIMUM: 13 people DURATION: 3 hours

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SNORKELING

Imagine a peaceful getaway, while taking in some of the most beautiful creations of nature! The perfect way to spend an easy morning or afternoon - an unforgettable experience for amateur snorkelers of any age. Some of the reefs that are within a short distance of the Hotel and are suitable for snorkeling are: Isles Arcadins, Trou Forban, Anse à Pirogue and Anse à Galet. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: I INCLUDED: Boat (capacity of 12 passengers) with captain and all safety gear (radio, awning, life-jackets, first-aid kit) and English-speaking crew, snorkeling gear (mask, snorkel, fins), bottled water. RECOMMENDATIONS: Bathing suit, sunscreen, towel, sunglasses, hat, wet shoes. MINIMUM: 2 people MAXIMUM: 12 people DURATION: 1 and 3 hours

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SPORT FISHING

The seas off Haiti are still relatively unchartered territory as far as sport fishing is concerned. Our fishing team relies on very experienced staff, familiar with the fishing game in Haiti. Try your luck at catching wahoo, sail fish, tuna or any of the other species that inhabit the warm waters. Trolling-style fishing in the bay along the coast. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: I INCLUDED: Boat (capacity of 8 passengers) with captain and all necessary safety gear (radio, awning, life-jackets, first-aid kit) and English-speaking crew, fishing gear (rod, live bait), snack, soft drinks and bottled water. RECOMMENDATIONS: Light clothing, sunscreen, towel, sunglasses, bathing suit, hat. MINIMUM: 1 person MAXIMUM: 4 people DURATION: Half-day

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FULL-DAY FISHING TOUR

This is the option for the avid fisherman. Big game fishing, of course, involves traveling a longer distance in order to reach deeper waters. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: II INCLUDED: Boat (capacity of 8 passengers) with captain and all necessary safety gear (radio, awning, life-jackets, first-aid kit) and English-speaking crew, fishing gear, (rod, live bait), snack, soft drinks and bottled water. If the right fish is caught our crew will offer it as sushi to customers who so wish. RECOMMENDATIONS: Light clothing, sunscreen, towel, bathing suit, sunglasses, hat. MINIMUM: 1 person MAXIMUM: 4 people DURATION: Full-day

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RETAIL RATES HAITI EXCURSIONS Voodoo Ceremony – Minimum 4 pax Voodoo Ceremony – 5-11 pax Voodoo Ceremony – 12 pax + Voodoo Ceremony with dinner – 12 pax + Haiti Rum Route – La Plaine du Cul de Sac Citadelle (by bus) – 2-4 pax Citadelle (by bus) – 5-9 pax Citadelle (by bus) – 10-14 pax Citadelle (by bus) – 15 pax Jacmel – Minimum 4 pax Jacmel – 5-11 pax Jacmel – 12 pax + Marchand Dessalines The Bamboo Town of Marmelade Ogier Fombrun Museum Trekking – Piat Source & Watercress Fields Visita a Port – Au – Prince & Mont Boutilliers Montrouis walking tour Montrouis walking tour & Ogier Fombrun Museum UTV tour UTV tour (Additonal person) UTV tour (two destinations) UTV tour (additional person - two destinations) WATERSPORTS Jet Ski 30 minutes Jet Ski 1 hour Boat Tour Half day Boat Tour full day Boat Chárter Half day Boat Chárter full day

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RETAIL RATES PER PERSON ADULTS CHILDREN 220 USD N/A 133 USD N/A 78 USD N/A 115 USD N/A 106 USD 70 USD 330 USD 363 USD 223 USD 245 USD 161 USD 177 USD 141 USD 155 USD 253 USD 278 USD 153 USD 168 USD 116 USD 128 USD 99 USD 82 USD 120 USD 106 USD 18 USD 11 USD 31 USD N/A 90 USD 60 USD 22 USD 17 USD 31 USD 24 USD 100 USD N/A 30 USD N/A 150 USD N/A 50 USD N/A 65 USD 99 USD 69 USD 120 USD

N/A N/A 35 USD 55 USD

600 USD 1.000 USD


Tap Tap Boat Scuba (Boat outing) Scuba (Baptism) Snorkeling 3 hours Snorkeling 1 hour Fishing Half day Fishing full day Banana Boat 2 pax Banana Boat 3 pax +

25 USD 135 USD 55 USD 45 USD 30 USD

20 USD N/A N/A 25 USD 15 USD

600 USD 1.000 USD 15 USD N/A 10 USD N/A EXCURSIONS WITHOUT RESTRICTION FROM HAITI

JET SKI TAP TAP BOAT UTV´S BANANA BOAT MUSEO OGIER FOMBRUN Excursions without minimum of passengers. Apply conditions and recommendations of each tour. Shuttle operates without restriction in all destinations

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COMMERCIAL AND OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS Rates per person Children rates apply 3-11 years Rates valid from December 26/2016 to December 25/2017. Subject to change with prior notice Applicable for minimum and maximum indicated in the tour descriptions, except tours without minimum of pax, operating from 1 passenger

CONTACTS HAITI DECAMERON EXPLORER PERU RAFAEL MATURANA – OPERATIONS MANAGER E-mail: directionexplorer.haiti@decameron.com Tel +509 2815 0101 Ext. 8070 Cel +509 4891 8329 ELIZAIRE PIERRE – GROUND HANDLING CORDINATOR E-mail: transfers.haiti@decameron.com Tel +509 2815 0101 Ext. 8071 Cel +509 4895 3808

DECAMERON EXPLORER HAITI 2017 Versión 15-09-16

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Inglés / Catálogo de actividades que se pueden realizar en Haití. Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort & Spa

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