Labadee, Haitian Port Located On the Northern Coast Of Haiti

"Labadee" is a port surrounded by beautiful mountain slopes and exotic foliage on the northern coast of Haiti. It is a private paradise leased out (until 2050) to Royal Caribbean International, a Norwegian and American cruise line brand based in Miami.


The company has agreed since 1986 to contribute larger portion of their tourist revenue to Haiti government and pay $6 per tourist to the same Haitian authority. They also employed 300 Haitians around Labadee and allowed another 200 to sell their merchandise (who never bug you to buy there things) on their premises for a fee. The resort is situated on a peninsula; it is a secluded, secured place with modern and clean rooms which have fully functioning bathrooms with every modern amenities. Tourists' foods are supplied by the cruise ships.

There are many reasons to love Labadee. Here you will be always embraced by a beautiful natural landscape--inviting beach, coral reefs, mountains, trees and stunning views. Moreover, there are many other fun things to do. You can beat the heat on the exciting 300 ft long 'Dragon's Splash Waterslide' that goes through ten twists and turns or can quietly relax and overlook the action on Nellie's Beach from luxurious all inclusive cabana package with food and stay. 'Arawak Aqua Park' is the perfect place equipped with bounce and slide on trampolines, rolling log and many other inflatable water toys.

There are many options for sporting adventure in
Labadee s as well, like Dragon's Breath Flight Line (500 feet above the beaches), Dragon's Tail Coaster and Bird's-eye view from 400 feet above the peninsula on a thrilling parasail ride. You can shop here for local artworks and take home a special memento of this private paradise. No tourist to this paradise misses to sip, enjoy and relax in "Labaduzee", a frozen drink that gives incomparable out of the world experience.

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Jrigoun says...

I would like to know why passengers are not allow to go Cap Haitien when they are in Labadee.

I think some of those animals who human faces make it so because they only have one goal in mine; make Haiti looks bad in the eyes of other nations.

Those people who like to take the street to breaks cars windows/burn tires and look stupid have nothing good in mine for our country.

It is very sad to see a cruise ship arrives in Labadee with 6000 people and yet
they can not go to town to see and buy stuff from the locals

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Soulshadow55 says...

In 1995 I visited Labadee on a Royal Caribbean cruise.

Back then they didn't have the Dragon's Breath Flight line and a lot of the other new features.

Nevertheless, I had a great time on the beach there.

The Haitian crafts people were very nice and their merchandise was wonderful.

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