Haiti Travel Vaccines and Advice

While traveling to Haiti, please keep in mind some routine vaccines such as Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, etc.
While traveling to Haiti, please keep in mind some routine vaccines such as Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, etc.
Make sure you know about Haiti’s medical care and safety and security tips.
Haiti’s beautiful waters


What makes Haiti so special? This Caribbean paradise is popular for its coastal landscapes of rare beauty and a culture rich in variety. This place is more than just a destination to catch the sun’s rays, offering beautiful Caribbean beaches and awe-inspiring mountain landscapes. For a unique travelling experience, a trip to the Blue Pool and Kokoye Beach is in order. Your trip to Haiti will be complete with the discovery of its pictorial art, and the monument of Nèg Mawon Port-au-Prince which represents Haiti’s identity and independence.

Recommended travel vaccinations for Haiti

Vaccine Disease Transmission
Traveler’s diarrhea Contaminated water/food
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B Contaminated body fluids
(blood, sex, razors, needles, etc.)
Rabies Infected Animals
Influenza Airborne Droplets

Recommended Medication for Travelling to Haiti

Medication Additional Information
Azithromycin, Suprax or Ciprofloxacin Antibiotic in case of traveler’s diarrhea
Malarone, Doxycycline, Chloroquine or Mefloquine Recommended anti-malaria medication


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Don’t know what vaccines you need or what medications to bring? Schedule an online appointment with our team and we will make sure you understand everything you need to know

Or call  647-479-8808

Current Weather in Haiti


Medical Care in Haiti

Public institutions provide services which are of a much poorer quality to private services in Haiti. Whilst Port-au-Prince offers private doctors and hospitals, many of those are not always accessible. The Canapé Vert Hospital and Diquini Adventist Hospital are both recommended by the embassy for travelers seeking treatment.

In Haiti, it is easy to buy drugs without a prescription as they are not subjected to rigorous regulation. Street vendors also sell medicines but you are advised to avoid these. A list of reliable pharmacies includes the Pharmacy of the Champ de Mars (25 Rue Capois) and Multipharma (35 Rue Lamarre).

There are no centralized emergency numbers. Please keep in your wallet contact information about local police and medical centers. Click the links above for updated contact information.

Or call  647-479-8808

Is Haiti Safe for Travel?

Safety and Security Descriptive

High crime risk; consult link below for precautions

Crime High risk present
Demonstrations Risk of violence
Kidnapping Risk present, regardless of social class
Road safety Poorly maintained, narrow and rarely lit roads
Public transportation Avoid all, especially shared taxis (tap taps) and buses
Marine transportation Risk of ferry accidents
Health Zika virus and dengue fever warning
Risk level High degree of caution

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Do I Need a Visa to Visit Haiti?

Prior to travel, make sure you check with your transportation company about any passport requirements. This is important as in some cases their regulations on passport validity may be more strict than those of the destination country.

For those travelling under 90 days, only a passport is required to enter Haiti. The passport must be valid for at least 6 months beyond the date of departure.

You will need to pay 10$ USD as an entry fee once there.

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Embassy of Canada to Haiti information

When travelling to another country, it is important to know where the Canadian embassy is located in the event of:

  • A legal problem
  • A lost passport
  • The need to report a crime

It is advisable to make a copy of your original passport in case you lose it.

Canadian Embassy to Haiti
Street Address:
Delmas Road, between Delmas 75 and 71,

Tel.: 011 (509) 2-812-9000
Fax: N/A

Email: prnce@international.gc.ca

Click here to access the embassy’s website