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Haiti - International tourism, number of arrivals

The value for International tourism, number of arrivals in Haiti was 938,000 as of 2019. As the graph below shows, over the past 24 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 1,333,000 in 2018 and a minimum value of 370,000 in 1995.

Definition: International inbound tourists (overnight visitors) are the number of tourists who travel to a country other than that in which they have their usual residence, but outside their usual environment, for a period not exceeding 12 months and whose main purpose in visiting is other than an activity remunerated from within the country visited. When data on number of tourists are not available, the number of visitors, which includes tourists, same-day visitors, cruise passengers, and crew members, is shown instead. Sources and collection methods for arrivals differ across countries. In some cases data are from border statistics (police, immigration, and the like) and supplemented by border surveys. In other cases data are from tourism accommodation establishments. For some countries number of arrivals is limited to arrivals by air and for others to arrivals staying in hotels. Some countries include arrivals of nationals residing abroad while others do not. Caution should thus be used in comparing arrivals across countries. The data on inbound tourists refer to the number of arrivals, not to the number of people traveling. Thus a person who makes several trips to a country during a given period is counted each time as a new arrival.

Source: World Tourism Organization, Yearbook of Tourism Statistics, Compendium of Tourism Statistics and data files.

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Development Relevance: Tourism is officially recognized as a directly measurable activity, enabling more accurate analysis and more effective policy. Whereas previously the sector relied mostly on approximations from related areas of measurement (e.g. Balance of Payments statistics), tourism today possesses a range of instruments to track its productive activities and the activities of the consumers that drive them: visitors (both tourists and excursionists). An increasing number of countries have opened up and invested in tourism development, making tourism a key driver of socio-economic progress through export revenues, the creation of jobs and enterprises, and infrastructure development. As an internationally traded service, inbound tourism has become one of the world's major trade categories. For many developing countries it is one of the main sources of foreign exchange income and a major component of exports, creating much needed employment and development opportunities.

Limitations and Exceptions: Tourism can be either domestic or international. The data refers to international tourism, where the traveler's country of residence differs from the visiting country. International tourism consists of inbound (arrival) and outbound (departures) tourism. The data are from the World Tourism Organization (WTO), a United Nations agency. The data on inbound and outbound tourists refer to the number of arrivals and departures, not to the number of people traveling. Thus a person who makes several trips to a country during a given period is counted each time as a new arrival. The data on inbound tourism show the arrivals of nonresident tourists (overnight visitors) at national borders. When data on international tourists are unavailable or incomplete, the data show the arrivals of international visitors, which include tourists, same-day visitors, cruise passengers, and crew members. Sources and collection methods for arrivals differ across countries. In some cases data are from border statistics (police, immigration, and the like) and supplemented by border surveys. In other cases data are from tourism accommodation establishments. For some countries number of arrivals is limited to arrivals by air and for others to arrivals staying in hotels. Some countries include arrivals of nationals residing abroad while others do not. Caution should thus be used in comparing arrivals across countries.

Statistical Concept and Methodology: Statistical information on tourism is based mainly on data on arrivals and overnight stays along with balance of payments information. These data do not completely capture the economic phenomenon of tourism or provide the information needed for effective public policies and efficient business operations. Data are needed on the scale and significance of tourism. Information on the role of tourism in national economies is particularly deficient. Although the World Tourism Organization reports progress in harmonizing definitions and measurement, differences in national practices still prevent full comparability. Arrivals data measure the flows of international visitors to the country of reference: each arrival corresponds to one in inbound tourism trip. If a person visits several countries during the course of a single trip, his/her arrival in each country is recorded separately. In an accounting period, arrivals are not necessarily equal to the number of persons travelling (when a person visits the same country several times a year, each trip by the same person is counted as a separate arrival). Arrivals data should correspond to inbound visitors by including both tourists and same-day non-resident visitors. All other types of travelers (such as border, seasonal and other short-term workers, long-term students and others) should be excluded as they do not qualify as visitors. Data are obtained from different sources: administrative records (immigration, traffic counts, and other possible types of controls), border surveys or a mix of them. If data are obtained from accommodation surveys, the number of guests is used as estimate of arrival figures; consequently, in this case, breakdowns by regions, main purpose of the trip, modes of transport used or forms of organization of the trip are based on complementary visitor surveys.

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Haiti Number of stopover visitors 2016 to 2021

Ten things to know about visiting Haiti

Paul Clammer

Dec 28, 2015 • 5 min read

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Haiti has been missing in action from the Caribbean tourism scene for years, but now it's stepping out from the shadows and proudly declaring itself one of the most distinctive and exciting countries for visitors to the region. Here are ten things you need to know.

Citadelle and Sans Souci

Haiti 's greatest gift to the world was its revolution, when it freed itself from slavery and French rule to become the world's first independent black republic. The  Citadelle la Ferrière is the revolution's most inspiring testament: a fortress that commands the jungle and farmland below from its mountain-top perch. At its foot sit the ruins of Sans Souci palace, a Versailles-in-the-tropics confection built by the revolutionary leader Henry Christophe. Together they comprise Haiti's sole Unesco World Heritage site and one of the Caribbean's truly unmissable attractions; with recent investment in visitor facilities, including a new museum, the attractions have never looked so good.

Sans-Souci Palace (1810-1813) in Milot (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1982), Haiti. Image by © DeAgostini/Getty Images

Jacmel and Carnival

The old coffee town of Jacmel on the south coast is Haiti's handicrafts capital. It's also home to the country's hottest carnival celebrations every February, when half the country seems to descend upon the town for a weekend of partying. Artisans spend half the year preparing, creating giant colorful papier-mâché sculptures for the parade, while other community groups re-enact traditional (and anarchic) street theater, all to a constant beat of Haitian rara music. You can recreate the carnival vibe at any time of year with a papier-mâché mask of your own from Jacmel's eclectic Moro  boutique.

Haitians dance during the National Carnival in Jacmel. Image by © THONY BELIZAIRE / Getty Images

Of all the Caribbean nations, perhaps none has a richer tradition of visual arts than Haiti. In Port-au-Prince even the heavily pimped-out and painted public transport (known locally as 'tap-taps') look like mobile art displays. The country first burst onto the international arts scene with its painters of the 1940s, and the capital abounds in galleries . But art isn't just on canvas: check out the Vodou-cyberpunk of the Grand Rue Artists , and the intricately carved and beaten metal work of the artisan village of Croix des Bouquets, just outside the capital.

Haiti makes a big point of being a unique Caribbean destination, but we shouldn't forget that it also has what attracts so many visitors to the region in the first place: fantastic beaches. Here, they have the added advantage of not having been over-developed by big-box resorts. The pick of the bunch is Port Salut on the south coast, with its miles of creamy sand and barely a tourist towel in sight – just a handful of private guesthouses and beach bars serving up rum and fish. The island of Ile-a-Vache, a short ferry ride from the city of Les Cayes, has a couple of small resorts offering a truly pampered beach-side escape.

Port-au-Prince

Port-au-Prince is a loud and hectic city. It's still recovering slowly from the 2010 earthquake, but don't expect to see any rubble – that was long cleared away. Instead, focus on its many positives. Its two biggest attractions are the national museum, Musée du Panthéon National , also known as Mupanah, and the Marché de Fer . Mupanah holds items from Haiti's history, from the anchor of one of Christopher Columbus's flagships to memorabilia from Papa Doc Duvalier. The Marché de Fer (Iron Market) is a bright Asian-influenced structure holding a busy market: shop here for everything from spices and art to Vodou paraphernalia. When you're done downtown, head up the hill to the restaurants and art galleries of the upscale neighborhood of Pétionville.

The Iron MarketPortauprinceHaiti, Architect: John Mcaslan And Partners, 2011, The Iron Market, Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, John Mcaslan And Partners, 2011 Twilight Aerial View (Photo by © View Pictures/UIG via Getty Images)

Natural wonders

The name Haiti means 'mountainous country' in the tongue of its original Taino Indian inhabitants, and within its endlessly folded landscape are hidden some of Haiti's most beautiful natural wonders. This is a country rich in waterfalls, many of which offer not just spectacle but great places to swim and picnic. Most famous are the falls at Saut d'Eau, which also attract a large number of Vodou and Catholic pilgrims every July to take its sacred waters. Equally beautiful are the cobalt-blue cascading pools of Bassins Bleu near Jacmel. Close to Port Salut you can also explore the spooky caves of Grotte Marie-Jeanne.

TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY ANDREW GULLY Waterfalls lie in the hills above the quake-hit Haitian city of Jacmel on March 20, 2010. Among the cracked colonial houses and shattered dreams that litter the beautiful Haitian beach resort and carnival city of Jacmel, a resilient people dare to hope as they rebuild for the future. AFP PHOTO / Andrew GULLY (Photo credit should read Andrew gully/AFP/Getty Images)

Food & drink

Haitian cuisine is built on the foundations of rice with beans and sauce ( diri ak sos pwa ). Add a side order of plantain, some fried or stewed meat and top it off with healthy serve of pikliz (a pickled slaw with chili) to give it a bit of bite. There's plenty of fresh seafood on the coast of course (and Haiti has a lot of coast). For dessert, the choice of fresh tropical fruit can seem endless, although the mangoes are particularly delicious in season. For drinks, Barbancourt rum is smooth to sip and great in cocktails; if you're just after a quick cooler you can do no better than a frosty Prestige beer.

In the last couple of years the international hotel chains have started to see the value of investing in Haiti – Hilton is soon to follow the Best Western and Marriott groups in opening in Port-au-Prince. But for now, most hotels in Haiti are locally run and operated, keeping your tourist dollars circulating in the local economy. Accommodation remains relatively expensive in Haiti compared to the rest of the Caribbean.

Getting there & around

Port-au-Prince is the main gateway into Haiti, with plenty of flights from the USA, but the recent opening of Cap-Haïtien airport to international flights means that arriving in the capital is no longer essential. Haiti is a small country, and an internal flight between these two main cities takes barely 30 minutes. You'll see more by bus, and although public transport had traditionally been something of an endurance test, new bus companies are taking advantage of the improved highway network to offer comfortable and competitive coach routes between the major destinations. Still, once you get off the beaten track, rough local tap-tap buses and pick-ups are often the only option, so be prepared to squeeze in!

It would be remiss to ignore the fact that Haiti carries something of a reputation that might worry the more hesitant traveler. The reality behind the hype is somewhat different. Haiti is far less violent a country than neighboring Dominican Republic or Jamaica, both of which host vibrant tourist industries. We'd advise keeping away from political demonstrations (as you would in many countries), but instead heed the number of adventure- and package-tour operators now returning to the country. Haiti is a country more than ready to welcome tourists looking for the next travel frontier.

This article was refreshed in August 2017.

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Haiti Travel Advisory

Travel advisory july 27, 2023, haiti - level 4: do not travel.

Last Update: Updated to reflect the Ordered Departure of non-emergency U.S. government personnel and eligible family members for Embassy Port-au-Prince.

Do not travel to Haiti due to kidnapping, crime, civil unrest, and poor health care infrastructure. On July 27, 2023, the Department of State ordered the departure of family members of U.S. government employees and non-emergency U.S. government employees. U.S. citizens in Haiti should depart Haiti as soon as possible by commercial or other privately available transportation options, in light of the current security situation and infrastructure challenges. U.S. citizens wishing to depart Port-au-Prince should monitor local news and only do so when considered safe.

Country Summary : Kidnapping is widespread, and victims regularly include U.S. citizens. Kidnappers may use sophisticated planning or take advantage of unplanned opportunities, and even convoys have been attacked. Kidnapping cases often involve ransom negotiations and U.S. citizen victims have been physically harmed during kidnappings. Victim’s families have paid thousands of dollars to rescue their family members.

Violent crime, often involving the use of firearms, such as  armed robbery, carjackings, and kidnappings for ransom that include U.S. citizens are common. Mob killings against presumed criminals have been on the rise since late April. Travelers are sometimes followed and violently attacked and robbed shortly after leaving the Port-au-Prince international airport. Robbers and carjackers also attack private vehicles stuck in heavy traffic congestion and often target lone drivers, particularly women. As a result, the U.S. Embassy requires its personnel to use official transportation to and from the airport.

Protests, demonstrations, tire burning, and roadblocks are frequent, unpredictable, and can turn violent. The U.S. government is extremely limited in its ability to provide emergency services to U.S. citizens in Haiti – assistance on site is available only from local authorities (Haitian National Police and ambulance services). Local police generally lack the resources to respond effectively to serious criminal incidents. Shortages of gasoline, electricity, medicine, and medical supplies continue throughout much of Haiti. Public and private medical clinics and hospitals often lack qualified medical staff and even basic medical equipment and resources.

U.S. government personnel are limited only to the confined area around the Embassy and are prohibited from walking in Port-au-Prince. U.S. government personnel in Haiti are prohibited from:

  • Using any kind of public transportation or taxis
  • Visiting banks and using ATMs
  • Driving at night
  • Traveling anywhere between 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m.
  • Traveling without prior approval and special security measures in place.

Read the  country information page  for additional information on travel to Haiti.

The Haitian Ministry of Health and Population (MSPP) has confirmed an outbreak of cholera in the country.  

If you decide to travel to Haiti:

  • Avoid demonstrations and crowds. Do not attempt to drive through roadblocks.
  • Arrange airport transfers and hotels in advance, or have your host meet you upon arrival.
  • Do not provide personal information to unauthorized individuals (e.g. people without official uniforms or credentials) located in the immigration, customs, or other areas inside or near any airports.
  • If you are being followed as you leave the airport, drive to the nearest police station immediately.
  • Travel by vehicle to minimize walking in public.
  • Travel in groups of at least two people.
  • Always keep vehicle doors locked and windows closed when driving.
  • Exercise caution and alertness, especially when driving through markets and other traffic congested areas.
  • Do not physically resist any robbery attempt.
  • Purchase travel insurance and medical evacuation insurance ahead of time.
  • Review information on  Travel to High-Risk Areas .
  • Enroll in the  Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)  to receive Alerts and make it easier to locate you in an emergency.
  • Follow the Department of State on  Facebook  and  Twitter .
  • Review the  Country Security Report  on Haiti.
  • Prepare a contingency plan for emergency situations. Review the  Traveler’s Checklist .

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Haiti Situation Report #5 - 09 July 2024

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Despite some improvement in the security situation, humanitarian access in parts of the Metropolitan Area of Port-au-Prince (MZPAP) remains challenging, impacting service provision. Nearly 75 percent of displacement sites are in areas controlled by gangs. The planned deployment of mobile clinics, distribution of dignity kits, and GBV safety audits have been suspended at times due to attacks by armed gangs. During the reporting period, clashes between armed gangs and the Haitian National Police, supported by the Multinational Security Support (MSS) mission, were reported in some areas. The first Kenyan contingent of the Multinational Security Support (MSS) mission arrived on 25 June, with 200 officers deployed so far, aiming to support the Haitian National Police against well-armed gangs controlling over 80 percent of Port-au-Prince.

Violence Port-au-Prince has prevented pregnant women from accessing maternity care, with many health facilities looted or destroyed, including the State University Hospital. Only 20 percent of facilities in the capital are operating normally. Women forced from their homes face numerous risks, including limited access to social services, hygiene facilities, and psychological assistance. The number of people needing GBV services has risen to 841,000.

Between March and June 2024, the number of internally displaced people (IDPs) in Haiti increased by 60 percent, from 362,000 to 578,000, primarily due to worsening security in the MZPAP. Over 310,000 of these IDPs are women and girls.

As Storm Beryl became the first hurricane of the 2024 Atlantic season, UNFPA and partners activated a contingency plan, prepositioning 2,000 dignity kits, updating GBV referral pathways, and coordinating with shelter and camp management sectors.

In the reporting period, UNFPA focused on providing life-saving services for displaced women and girls in Haiti. Integrated mobile clinics offered reproductive health and GBV services, while dignity kits with basic hygiene items were distributed at displacement sites. A hotline for psychosocial support and GBV referrals continued to operate. Four mobile and temporary women and girls’ safe spaces were established in displacement sites:

  • Strengthened health facilities to provide reproductive health and GBV services, including safe delivery, emergency obstetric care (EmONC), clinical management of rape, family planning, and STI prevention and treatment. 
  • Distributed Inter-Agency Reproductive Health kits to hospitals and health facilities across Haiti.
  • Supported health facilities reported 258 deliveries, including 74 caesarean sections.
  • Deployed a mobile clinic to Delmas 19 displacement site, providing reproductive health and GBV services to 43 people with disabilities.
  • Established four temporary women and girls’ safe spaces at displacement sites, serving 208 women and girls with counseling and psychosocial support.
  • Accommodated 55 women and girls at risk of GBV in UNFPA-supported shelters, offering psychosocial and material support.
  • Supported a hotline that received an estimated 120 calls.
  • Collaborated with Fondation pour la Santé Reproductrice et l’Education Familiale to distribute 1,000 dignity kits at displacement sites.

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After hitting Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, Beryl  churned across the Gulf of Mexico and made landfall over the middle Texas Gulf Coast as a Category 1 hurricane early Monday, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said. Beryl began weakening after making landfall and was downgraded to a tropical depression later Monday.

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Revenue in the travel & tourism market in Haiti 2018-2028

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Definition:

The Travel & Tourism market encompasses a diverse range of accommodation services catering to the needs and preferences of travelers. This dynamic market includes package holidays, hotel accommodations, private vacation rentals, camping experiences, and cruises.

The market consists of five further markets.

  • The Cruises market covers multi-day vacation trips on a cruise ship. The Cruises market encompasses exclusively passenger ticket revenues.
  • The Vacation Rentals market comprises of private accommodation bookings which includes private holiday homes and houses as well as short-term rental of private rooms or flats.
  • The Hotels market includes stays in hotels and professionally run guest houses.
  • The Package Holidays market comprises of travel deals that normally contain travel and accommodation sold for one price, although optional further provisions can be included such as catering and tourist services.
  • The Camping market includes bookings at camping sites for pitches using tents, campervans, or trailers. These can be associated with big chains or privately managed campsites.

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The main performance indicators of the Travel & Tourism market are revenues, average revenue per user (ARPU), users and user penetration rates. Additionally, online and offline sales channel shares display the distribution of online and offline bookings. The ARPU refers to the average revenue one user generates per year while the revenue represents the total booking volume. Revenues are generated through both online and offline sales channels and include exclusively B2C revenues and users for the above-mentioned markets. Users represent the aggregated number of guests. Each user is only counted once per year. Additional definitions for each market can be found within the respective market pages.

The booking volume includes all booked travels made by users from the selected region, independent of the departure and arrival. The scope includes domestic and outbound travel.

Prominent players in this sector include online travel agencies (OTAs) like Expedia and Opodo, as well as tour operators such as TUI. Specialized platforms like Hotels.com, Booking.com, and Airbnb facilitate the online booking of hotels and private accommodations, contributing significantly to the market's vibrancy.

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  • Leading ATOL-licensed tour operators in the UK 2024, by passengers licensed
  • Revenue of TUI AG worldwide 2004-2023
  • Number of TUI AG employees worldwide 2011-2023, by region

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Statistics on " TUI AG "

  • Market size of the travel agency services industry worldwide 2011-2024
  • Number of businesses in the travel agency services industry worldwide 2013-2024
  • Key information on the travel agency industry in the EU 2023
  • Leading holiday travel provider websites in the UK Q1 2024, by share of voice
  • TUI AG revenue 2019-2023, by segment
  • Annual percentage change in revenue of TUI AG 2020-2023, by segment
  • TUI AG cost of sales worldwide 2015-2023
  • Cost breakdown of TUI AG employees worldwide 2019-2023, by type
  • TUI AG net income worldwide 2015-2023
  • TUI AG employees 2019-2023, by segment
  • Hotels and resorts of TUI in Germany 2022-2023
  • Capacity of TUI AG hotels and resorts 2008-2023, by brand
  • Occupancy rate of TUI AG hotels and resorts 2008-2023, by brand
  • Largest international hotel chains in Spain 2023, by hotel capacity
  • Leading international hotel chain groups in Italy 2023, by number of rooms
  • TUI cruise brand revenue worldwide 2015-2023, by brand
  • TUI cruise passengers worldwide 2013-2023, by brand
  • Occupancy rate of TUI cruises worldwide 2013-2023, by brand
  • Most popular amusement, cruise, and travel brands in the UK Q4 2023
  • Package holiday bookings by brand in the UK 2024
  • Package holiday bookings by brand in Germany 2024
  • Package holiday bookings by brand in Austria 2024
  • Package holiday bookings by brand in the Netherlands 2024
  • Package holiday bookings by brand in France 2024
  • Package holiday bookings by brand in Switzerland 2024

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Company information

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Hotels and resorts

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  • Premium Statistic Largest international hotel chains in Spain 2023, by hotel capacity
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  • Basic Statistic Most popular amusement, cruise, and travel brands in the UK Q4 2023

Consumer behavior

  • Premium Statistic Package holiday bookings by brand in the UK 2024
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