Champs De Mars Chanmas - Haiti's capital park. You will find monuments, a stage, a movie theater, many playgrounds, and a lot of construction going on

'"Marché an Fer"' - This is an iron market located in Port Au Prince. Here, you can find crafts, produce, food, clothes, and possibly jewelry

'"Barbancourt Distillery"' - Haiti's famous rhum, Barbancourt, is manufactured here. You can get samples, buy some bottles, and see how it's manufactured

'"La Citadelle"' - The largest fortress in the Western Hemisphere. See the canonballs and old weaponry that lies there. You can travel by foot or horse

'"Palais San Souci"' - This palace is what was left of King Henri Christophe's huge Versace styled castle. You can tour around and take many fun pictures!

'"Fort Jaques"' - Another one of the many fortresses in Haiti. Again, there are many canon balls that lay around and it's fun to explore

'"Basin Bleu"' - Jump into the cool, blue kissed waters of this beautiful basin

'"MUPANAH"' - Museum located in Port Au Prince. Lots of historic figures are stored there

'"Musée Ogier Fombrun"' - This museum is located on Haiti's beautiful coast, Cote des Arcadins. It is also apart of the hotel/resort by the name of "Mulin Sur Mer". The museum includes old documents, weapons, uniforms, and a slave plantation replica. This is quite a place for the history lovers.

'"Art Galleries"' - You will come across many art galleries when in Haiti, all with breathtaking art.

'"Cathedral de Cap Haïtien"' - Classic Spanish architecture with a playground in the front.

'"Gelee Beach"' - Home to one of Haiti's best music festivals, and includes some bars

'"Jacmel Boardwalk"' - It's simple, but still beautiful. You get a nice view of the beach, while there are vendors, restos, and a small stage to watch steer performers

Saut-D'eau - This waterfall is located near Port-Au-Prince. It's a religious place for some of Haiti's voudoun believers, so you may see people praying around there. It's fine to jump around and swim in there, but as always, stay careful

Furcy Forest - Forest located near Jacmel and Port Au Prince. It's and amazing experience hiking up mountains, and crossing plains

Pic la Selle - climb the highest mountain in Haiti and feel on top of the world

The most work you can do in Haiti is missionary work. That can be running orphanages, adoption centers, building houses, supplying food, and over all sending aid. It's good to learn Creole or French so it's easy to communicate.

You can learn many things while traveling to Haiti, professionally, or unprofessionally. Haiti has a museum located in Port Au Prince where you can learn about Haiti's history. This includes learning about the founding fathers of Haiti, defense tactics they used, old documents, and even the crown of Henri Christophe who ruled north Haiti in the 1800s.

The Citadel and the Palais San Souci are also great ways to learn about Haiti's past history. The fort includes many cannons, cannon balls, old weaponry, and many other things to learn from. Tour operators can help you with understanding some of the stuff you can find there.

A Taïno Museum Taïnos being the first inhabitants of Haiti is being developed, and more information regarding that are underway

Haiti's educational system isn't at it's best, and trying to improve, though, if you are coming to see a college, you can learn a little from the universities that are present there