More great news for Haiti Tourism growth.
JetBlue Airways (NASDAQ: JBLU), the largest airline at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), today announced three new seasonal, non-stop flights from Boston to Martha’s Vineyard, Mass (MVY).; Port-au-Prince, Haiti (PAP) (subject to receipt of government operating authority); and Sacramento, Calif. (SMF). JetBlue will provide the only non-stop routes from Boston to both Port-au-Prince and Sacramento.
The new service to Port-au-Prince service will launch June 17 and operate through September 5, 2015, with flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays (subject to receipt of government operating authority). The Haiti service will complement JetBlue’s existing daily flights from New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and twice daily service from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL).
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Stephanie Limage is a multi-disciplinary artist that desires to showcase the natural beauty and wonderfully magnetic culture of Haiti through her photography,paintings,writing and music.
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More exciting news for the Haiti Tourism.
The grand opening for the Port-au-Prince hotel is scheduled for early 2015.
According to the Marriott site,
Located in Haut Turgeau, minutes away from Port-au-Prince’s commercial district, the Marriott Haiti Port-au-Prince will be the Haiti’s first 4-star, internationally branded hotel. Accessible via international flights, and within 90-minutes of the USA, the magnificent Marriott Port-au-Prince Hotel provides world class service to business and individual travelers alike.
This years edition of Art Basel Miami played host to a number of the world’s most successful artists represented by local to internationally renowned galleries from across the globe. Art Basel 2014 was the usual mix of bright colors, exquisite art, music, fun and a lot of food. With so many events going on at the same time, its impossible to see them all, so I’m happy to have friends who can attend and share their recap pictures and videos.
Scope Miami Beach International Contemporary Art Show was one of Art Basel’s most popular shows and according to BiancaCSalvant,
The energy at this year’s Scope Miami Beach International Contemporary Art Show was fluid and alive. People gathered from all over the world to display different forms of art. And I think that’s the most important thing to remember when attending an art show of such caliber — the exhibit will be different.
Can’t wait to visit Bassin Bleu, its on the top of my list my next trip to Haiti.
Picture Source Instagram Page: @agemini_inwanderlust
Caption: Heading back to Bassin Bleu today for some more cliff diving. This place is magical!
I’ve been so busy, I haven’t had the time to share my pictures from my Haiti trip last week yet but this picture was featured on one of my favorite travel instagram’s today.
Thank you to @travelnoire for the feature!!!
Here is the original picture, it was taken during my trip up to the mountain to have lunch in Kenskkoff. How amazing is the background. That is actual houses you see sitting in the mountains behind me.
I promise i will share the rest soon.