Where to Stay
in Haiti with Kin Travel

Where You Sleep

Your room is a gorgeous 16′ bell-tent with either a queen or two twin beds, memory foam mattress, fine linens, lounge chairs, furnishings by local artisans and swag from local, social enterprise partner Haiti Design Co.

The decor is exactly what you want from a beach glamping.  The tents are furnished with basics such as nightstands, comfy pillows, rugs, and a wardrobe to the attention to details like indoor plants, candles, and a bedside journal.  You have fresh water in decorative bottles changed every night as well as a water basin to wash the sand on your feet off.

Going to sleep every night with the ocean calmly lapping at your door is a dream come true.

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Living Room

The rest of camp is  Swiss Family Robinson style.  The main tent accommodates a lounge and full bar that is decorated on theme utilizing the same great Haitian companies. There is a family dining table beneath an almond tree, a jungle kitchen, jungle shower, candle-lit bathroom, fire pit, and yoga space/dance floor.

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Shower

The rest of camp is a Swiss Family Robinson dream. The main tent accommodates a lounge and full bar, a family dining table beneath an almond tree, a jungle kitchen, jungle shower, candle-lit bathroom, fire pit, and yoga space/dance floor.

Lara Green and Lauren Abraham

La Toilette

The facilities are always an important part of the process, especially when glamping.   One must feel delighted when going to the privy.   The cedar chips, frangent sticks, and candles keep all odors to a minimum. The design is comforting as is the upkeep.

Kin works with the company SOIL – create access to healthy sanitation facilities and convert human waste into rich, organic compost critical for agriculture and reforestation.

 

 

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