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Cheap Flights to Port-au-Prince, Haiti

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When is the best time to fly to Port-au-Prince?

The driest months of the year are December, January and February, and with temperatures hovering in the mid-80s, these favorable conditions draw the most tourists to Port-au-Prince. Those looking for cheap flights to Port-au-Prince should avoid these peak travel months, as high demand can raise fares. June through November brings heavy rains to Haiti as hurricane season is in full swing; many visitors avoid Port-au-Prince during these months, but this can also mean you may be more likely to find a cheap flight to Haiti.

City overview

The capital city of Haiti was nothing short of devastated in 2010, when a massive 7.0 earthquake shook the city, causing widespread damage that the country is still trying to recover from. There is a certain resiliency to this Haitian city, though, and as the rebuilding efforts continue throughout the city, sparks of its former self are beginning to shine through.

This Caribbean island is an enchanting mix of Caribbean, Creole and French, and opportunities abound to immerse oneself in the Port-au-Prince experience. The Iron Market, for one, should not be missed. A long reconstruction brought this market back to its former glory after the 2010 earthquake, and today, stalls selling everything from artwork and crafts to potions and produce invite visitors to discover what’s for sale.

Other important attractions in Port-au-Prince include the Palace of Sans Souci in the National History Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Citadelle Laferriere, which sits perched atop a mountain above the city. The nearby Bassins Bleu, a set of three shimmering turquois pools complete with picturesque waterfalls, is also worth a day trip to escape the city and immerse oneself in Haiti’s natural beauty.

Despite the beauty and culture that awaits in Port-au-Prince, travelers from the U.S. should keep in mind that travel to the city is not recommended by the U.S. State Department, due in part to tourist-targeted crime. Those who choose to visit Port-au-Prince should exercise caution when visiting the Haitian capital.

Getting around Port-au-Prince

Taxis are one way to get around Port-au-Prince, though some would recommend avoiding them during the evening hours due to high fares and the possibility of tourist-targeted mugging. The local tap taps, or colorfully decorated buses, also offer a convenient way to get around town.

Getting from the Airport to the City

Port-au-Prince Airport (PAP) is just over five miles from downtown, a convenient option for flying into the city. Travelers can rent a taxi at the airport to reach the city, though it is always advisable to negotiate for a price before entering the taxi. Local buses known as tap taps also run between the airport and the city, a very affordable option for getting into Port-au-Prince.

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Useful information about Port-au-Prince

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Temp on Avg for this month inPort-au-Prince79.7 °FSource: World Weather Online
Average monthly rainfall inPort-au-Prince2.13 inSource: World Weather Online
Foreign-exchange rate inPort-au-PrinceG1.00 = $0.02Source: Open Exchange Rates
Airlines that fly toPort-au-PrinceJetBlue Airways, Cubana and Caribbean Airlines
Deals on flights toPort-au-Prince1067
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