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Saut-Mathurine

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Saut-Mathurine

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Bassin Zim and Cave Expedition from Port au Prince
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Bassin Zim and Cave Expedition from Port au Prince

Discover the natural beauty of Haiti on an expedition to Bassin Zim from Port au Prince. On arrival to Bassin Zim, visit caves that are used by locals for spiritual purposes and see artwork from indigenous Taino Indians. Then take a dip in the natural basins of the waterfalls before heading to a local restaurant for a delicious Haitian lunch.
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Metrix1 wrote a review Oct. 2019
Hollywood, Florida12 contributions1 helpful vote
I first visited in 1983. It was an amazing moment to engage with nature. Haitian friends encouraged my visit and we went together. More recently, 2013 I revisited the site with my adult son and a young friend. I went to see if it still existed because a hydro power project had been planned and implemented. Fortunately, it was less spoiled than I had feared. The leap from the top takes nerve and guidance but is relatively safe, but daringly crazy too.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Dcharles1980 wrote a review Jun. 2017
Washington DC, District of Columbia41 contributions27 helpful votes
I highly recommend visiting Saut-Mathurine when in Les Cayes and surrounding areas. The view of the fall is better when there is water. I visited it at least 3 times but never had the chance to be in the water. Next time, i will definitely do it.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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almondeyes420 wrote a review Mar. 2017
9 contributions1 helpful vote
I don't know where to begin this hotel is a beautiful hotel. the staff went above and beyond to accommodate my needs .the food was delicious the rooms were always spotless and clean the staff was so friendly and whenever you need them you can find them one night we went out on the town and we came really late. they save some food for us I mean wow what a wonderful staff I would definitely stay here again🏝😍😘 had a wonderful time and it is very family friendly!!!!!!!
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Josh K wrote a review Jan. 2017
Tallahassee, Florida55 contributions10 helpful votes
I was with a disaster relief team of 12 based in Les Cayes for a week, rebuilding walls at a local orphanage and ministry. Most of our days were spent shoveling gravel, mixing mortar, and carrying cinder blocks. On Sunday, some of the staff of the orphanage offered to take us to a local waterfall they thought we would enjoy seeing. They were so right! We traveled about 45 minutes on the back of pickup trucks to Saut Mathurine. The route seemed so off the beaten path, had our drivers not known where they were going, I would have assumed we had missed it. We finally arrived, parked near the gate, and paid a fee of sorts to a custodian at the gatehouse, per our driver's suggestion. I think we paid $20 to cover our team of 12 plus guides. Coincidentally, we met a UN envoy from Bangladesh who was also visiting the spot. You can see the waterfall halfway down the path, which is incredible in itself, but it is truly magnificent when you reach the bottom and can look up at it. The location is so picturesque, with the waterfall cascading into an aquamarine swimming hole. We came dressed in our swim trunks, and we didn't hesitate to hop in. After an initial jolt of cold, you quickly adjust to the temperature. The water gets very deep toward the middle, but we swam across to the waterfall to climb up and jump...which we did several times. Some were brave enough to jump from the very top of the falls, but I'm not afraid to say I settled for halfway up. This was the highlight of our trip, and a refreshing break from the hard work of wall-building. If you are in the area, I definitely recommend you make this a stop, whether you plan to jump in or just enjoy the view. I do suggest you make absolutely you know where you're going if you plan to go independently. Better yet, hire a guide.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Patrick S wrote a review Jan. 2017
Dammartin-en-Goele, France23 contributions3 helpful votes
In the direction of the city of Cayes, Jump Mathurine to Camp Perrin is a magnificent waterfall where the bravest can bathe
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Date of experience: June 2016
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