Make sure to bring light material and light color clothing due to the heat. Don't forget to bring those shorts and t-shirts especially if you plan to go sightseeing in Kay Piat or the Chemins de Montrouis.
What to Pack
With so many beautiful beaches to choose from, make sure to bring your bathing suits and swim trunks to show off your curves and summer body.
The average temperature in Haiti year round is considered by many to be hot. The weather does not fluctuate very much and remains at an average of 80 degrees throughout the year. Sunscreen is vital to help block those harmful rays from the sun.
We like to say, "happy feet equals happy vacation". Don't forget to bring comfy shoes for the beach and for those hike up the mountains.
Protect yourself from unpleasant mosquito and insect bites, especially during the nights and during your hikes up the mountain.
Bring your sun hat or baseball cap to protect your face from the harmful rays of the sun.
Make sure to bring dress clothes to wear to the restaurants for dinner and you never know, you might just end up at one of la Côte Des Arcadin's famous parties.
Don't forget your sunglasses to protect your eyes from the hot sun of Haiti.
Bring any electronics that you might need during your trip; ipads, laptops, cellphones ect... WiFi is available at the airport, at the beaches, at the bars, and at the hotels. Most resorts now offer free WiFi to its guests and local phone use. Make sure to bring all chargers for your electronic. Visit your resort site to learn more about their WiFi policy.
Whether it is allergy meds, asthma inhaler or Advil, make sure to bring any medication that you know you will need during your stay in La Côte Des Arcadins.
The average annual temperature is 82 degrees Fahrenheit. The hottest months are from May through October and the coolest months are from December through March. For off-road adventures, take sturdy walking shoes / sneakers, caps, shirts with sleeves
In case you forget something, over-the-counter items such as shampoos, lotions, toothpaste, sun care products, allergy medicine, cough drops, contact lens solution and pain relievers are sold at hotel gift shops/mini-markets.
Resort shops also carry edibles (snacks, bread, cheese, beverages), apparel (t-shirts, shorts, beachwear, sandals), books and souvenirs.