Pointe-Ouest in Île de la Tortue off the northwest coast of Haiti was once named one of the Caribbean’s most beautiful beaches. Miami-based Carnival Corp., parent company of Carnival Cruise Lines, recently signed an agreement with the Haitian government to develop the area for its cruise ship passengers.
Pointe-Ouest in Île de la Tortue off the northwest coast of Haiti was once named one of the Caribbean’s most beautiful beaches. Miami-based Carnival Corp., parent company of Carnival Cruise Lines, recently signed an agreement with the Haitian government to develop the area for its cruise ship passengers. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Pointe-Ouest in Île de la Tortue off the northwest coast of Haiti was once named one of the Caribbean’s most beautiful beaches. Miami-based Carnival Corp., parent company of Carnival Cruise Lines, recently signed an agreement with the Haitian government to develop the area for its cruise ship passengers. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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