Haiti Transportation


Toussaint Louverture International Airport (PAP) is a major regional airport for Haiti. It’s located 15 minutes from Port-au-Prince. It’s about 45 minutes to an hour from Cote des Arcadins, along the coast.

Immigration & Customs

At the immigration desk, you’ll have to purchase a $10 USD 30-day tourist card instead of a visa. Haiti requires a $35 USD departure tax that’s usually included in your airfare. Your flight attendant will typically give you customs paper work to fill out on the plane. After you’ve been through the immigration desk at the airport and you’ve picked up your luggage from baggage claim, you’ll go to customs, where officers will possibly check your bags.

Getting to Your Hotel

Taxis are available to take you to your hotel at the airport. Many hotels offer transfers to and from the airport, so check with your hotel and schedule a pickup/drop off in advance. 

Getting Around Haiti

Private taxis as well as car rentals (sedans and 4x4s) are available fromvarious agencies. Local incoming travel agencies can also arrange cars & minibuses with drivers & guides for transfers and excursions.