Port Salut is a small area about 90 minutes west of Les Cayes. The town is the birthplace of President Jean Bertrand Aristide. The town of Port Salut can boast that it has one of Haiti's best paved roads. There are some cafes overlooking the beach, along with a few watering holes. All in all, this town has a very laid-back atomsphere.
The Port Salut Beach House is a bar/restaurant/guesthouse or type of hostel certainly worth mentioning. They have a very fun-loving staff made up of Americans and Haitians. At this place there is no talk of politics or really anything negative; it is just an overall good time. This property really has there heart in the right place when it comes to tourism growth in Haiti; it is just a small property of only five rooms. A stay at the Port Salut Beach House will be safe, fun, and have the regulars of bar/restaurant. "The tourism industry is perhaps the best and only path to eventual economic prosperity for Haiti." (Port Salut Beach House website/reason #5)
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walkway at beach house
Front of Port Salut Beach House
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