Located several miles inland, atop the 3,000 ft (910m) Bonnet a L’Eveque Mountain in the town of Milot, Citadelle Henri Christophe is a historical adventure with an astounding view. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982, the Citadelle is Haiti’s symbol of liberty and the largest and most impressive fortress in the Americas. Created by and for war, Henri Christophe, one of the leaders of Haiti’s slave revolution, along with more than 20,000 workers, built this massive stone structure to protect the newly independent state from a French ambush that never came. This impressive fortress has survived until this day, almost unchanged.
This tour is a whole day outing. These are the items that we recommend that you bring with you:
- Comfortable walking/ hiking shoes
- A Hat (If you forget yours, you will be able to purchase a locally made straw hats from a vendor in Milot)
- Bottle of water
- Protein Snacks or a fruit
- A camera
Full refund for tours cancelled 24h before departure time
We require that you book your Tour a min. of 48 hours prior to the Tour date that you have chosen.
We do not guarantee the feasibility of the Tour under the required minimum of hours.
The departure is at 9:00 AM from Satama Hotel.
Other pick-up locations can be arranged if mentioned at least 48 hours in advance depending of group size.
If the pick-up location is in the city of Cap-Haitian, no extra fees will be charge for transport. If outside of the city an extra fee between 5.00$ and 10.00$ per person will be charged.
9:00 AM - Departure from Satama Hotel (or other destination that was pre- organized)
10:00 AM- Arrival to Citadelle Parking
10: 45 AM- Arrival to Citadelle (Hiking or horseback riding)
2:00 PM- At the latest departure from the Citadelle
2:30 PM- Arrival at Sans-Souci Palace
3:00 PM- At the latest departure from Sans-Souci Palace
4:00 PM- Arrival at Satama Hotel (or other destination that was pre- organized)