Travel to Haiti
Flying to Haiti
There are no direct flights to Haiti from the UK, but connections are available with American Airlines via New York or Miami (www.aa.com) and Delta via Atlanta (www.delta.com). JetBlue (www.jetblue.com) flies daily to Port au Prince from New York and Fort Lauderdale.
Cap-Haïtien International AirportCode
The airport is Haiti's second international airport and is approximately 10km (6 miles) from the town.TelephoneAddress
Port-au-Prince International AirportCode
The airport is 13km (8 miles) from the city.TelephoneAddress
From London - 15 hours; New York - 4 hours.
Included in the air fare.
Travelling to Haiti by Rail
Driving to Haiti
The southern border crossing into Haiti from the Dominican Republic is near Malpasse/Jimani on the road linking Port-au-Prince and Santo Domingo. In the north, the crossing is at Ouanaminthe/Dajabon.
The crossings close at dusk so it’s worth getting there in good time. Caribe Tours (www.caribetours.com.do) and Capital Coach Line (www.capitalcoachline.com) offer coach services between Port au Prince and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.
Getting to Haiti by boat
The main ports are Port-au-Prince and Cap-Haïtien.
Labadee, an idyllic peninsula on Haiti’s northern coast, is one of Royal Caribbean International’s (www.royalcaribbean.com) ports of call on its island-hopping Caribbean cruises.