Subtropical Haiti

Subtropical Haiti
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  • Currently, we are in Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital. If we we rewind exactly seven years ago, we arrive can at 2010, and if we specifically go to January 12, we would experience a massive 7.0 earthquake, causing the deaths of more that 315,000 people, however the area is almost fulfilled its recovery. Let's learn about the recovery of this region, as well as general facts and tourist attractions as we consecutively listen to ancient Haitian music by Sidney Bechet to fit the theme. 
  • Haiti's capital has recovered from the earthquake both naturally and through human assistance. Secondary succession took place consecutively after the natural disaster. First, as soil was already present, grasses sprouted, followed by shrubs, then trees, and finally after long going through a climax community stage. Technology is also assisting the devastating area today.
  • Most definitely, the best season to visit Port-au-Prince is between April and June, or during the summer break, as Haiti's moist tropical climate allows for the perfect humidity and moderate heat for the perfect place to vacation and visit its beaches. The temperature around this time ranges in the eighties. (Fahrenheit)
  • Port-au-Prince, has quite a few attracting landscapes. It is a very monotonous region, with many mountains ranging side to side. It also consists of rivers, multiple plains, gulfs, and beautiful lakes, such as Lake Azuei. Specific, interesting organisms you can encounter during your visitation can include the unique Red-Tailed Hawk, Bukhara Tree, Manned Wolf, and the Golden-winged Warbler.
  • There are a couple of splendid tourist locations that are great for tourism, as they attract many all across the globe. First up is Labadee. This place is great for zip-lining during the summer break, and for relaxation as well as it provided with warm beaches great for surfing, spending time with the family, and etc.
  • Next a great tourist attraction is Jacmel. Provided with great luxury hotels as well as rich beaches, this place is the perfect summer 'vaca'. Furthermore, this location continues as a commercial center for such products as bananas, cacao, and coffee. 
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