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Haïti Surf in Jacmel, the only place to surf in a zen oasis in HaitiHaïti Surf à Jacmel - Photos Jean Oscar
Haïti Surf in Jacmel, the only place to surf in a zen oasis in Haiti
Haïti Surf à Jacmel - Photos Jean Oscar
  • May 12, 2024
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Haïti Surf in Jacmel, the only place to surf in a zen oasis in Haiti

Haïti Surf, a hidden space on the coast of Jacmel which offers an unforgettable surfing experience in a breathtaking tropical setting. Situated among the crystal clear waves of the Caribbean Sea, Haïti Surf is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts and adventure-seeking travelers.

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The Magic of Surfing in Jacmel

Jacmel, known for its pristine beaches and spectacular scenery, is the ideal setting for surfing enthusiasts. With waves perfect for all levels, from beginners to experienced surfers, Jacmel offers a variety of surf spots to suit every style and preference.

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Haïti Surf: Your Relaxation Destination

Looking for a peaceful place to recharge your batteries? Welcome to the Haïti Surf space! Nestled close to the waves, this space offers a tranquil refuge to relax by the pool and enjoy delicious meals while enjoying Haiti’s heavenly landscape.

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An Ambiance of Serenity to Respect

In this space dedicated to tranquility, an atmosphere of serenity and calm is valued. The Haïti Surf team wants to maintain this peaceful atmosphere and invites visitors to contribute by respecting the regulations, thus guaranteeing our guests a relaxing and harmonious experience.

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Gîtes, Bungalows and Rooms by the River and near the Swimming Pool

Imagine yourself staying in Haïti Surf’s quaint lodges and comfortable bungalows, all located on the banks of the river that flows through this space, and close to the refreshing swimming pool. Let yourself be lulled by the gentle murmur of the water while being surrounded by lush nature and absolute tranquility.

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Plan Your Adventure

Whether you are an experienced surfer or simply dream of discovering the joys of surfing, Haïti Surf in Jacmel promises you an authentic and memorable experience. Get ready to experience magical moments on the waves and create lasting memories in this corner of paradise in Haiti.

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