The Caribbean is filled with places where tourism is rare or close to non-existent. However, there is so much potential for cultural and water sports tourism, they are called Brilliant corners. Nautical Channel is on a mission to explore the brilliant corners of the Caribbean.
Going from Haiti all the way to Jamaica or Barbados, we will dive into these brilliant corners, many of them with no tourism at all. With a sustainable tourism approach, get ready to live a fully local experience on Brilliant Corners Haiti while we practice water sports, taste the traditional local dishes and talk with the habitants of the area.
On this occasion, we venture into Haiti: the Caribbean country that shares the island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic. Many of Haiti’s landmarks date to the early 19th century, and despite still recovering from the earthquake of 2010, Haiti is a beautiful paradise for many visitors.
Join Sam Bleakly, a travel writer, surfer, and a lecturer in cultural tourism, as he takes you under the skin of the coastline and inner parts of Haiti. Experience the Haitians history, art, culture, music, food, landscape, and their coastline as Sam leads you through what he calls, the off-beat track locations of the brilliant corners of the world.