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Exclusive Travel Package Invites World Travelers To Experience A Caribbean Adventure

NEW YORK, NY — November 14, 2012 – My Haiti Travels, a boutique concierge firm that coordinates high-quality travel services to Haiti for leisure and business purposes, today announced its first annual “Impact Week Haiti 2013” signature expedition to Port-au-Prince, Haiti.  The five-day package will feature custom activities, volunteerism, networking and touristic exploration of the Caribbean island nation on January 17-21, 2013.  The trip is all-inclusive, including all meals, hotel and beach resort stays, private ground transportation and professional escorts in Haiti.

“Impact Week Haiti 2013” will offer vibrant events featuring live entertainment, fine dining, nightlife, beach resort activities on the Arcadins Coast and more. Guests will also enjoy one-of-a-kind cultural affairs, historic excursions and scenic tours of Haiti that capture its long and renowned history as the first independent sovereign nation in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the first black republic in the world when it declared independence from France during the Haitian Revolution on January 1, 1804.

“With Haiti in my heart, I founded My Haiti Travels with a mission to expose a positive image of Haiti, help stimulate the local economy, as well as create an unparalleled platform for international travelers to experience Haiti’s authentic beauty through our eyes,” said Dina Simon, founder and managing director, My Haiti Travels.  “During Impact Week Haiti 2013, our clients will receive exemplary services dedicated to introducing the real Haiti – - the people, attractions and the exciting developments that lie ahead.”

To coincide with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday in the United States, the “Impact Week Haiti 2013” itinerary will also include a “Project Day” to allow participants to serve the youth in Haiti through volunteerism at a site supported by community activist Anedie Azael, Miss Universe Haiti 2011 and Miss Haiti International 2011.  Azael competed last month in the 2012 Miss International beauty pageant in Okinawa, Japan where she won a special award in a category presented by JOICFP, a Japan-based international NGO that works to improve the health status of women, men and young people of the world.

My Haiti Travels was created shortly following the devastating earthquake of January 2010 to support the resurgence of tourism and investment in Haiti, and to promote the patronage of local businesses, hotel and resort establishments and restaurants. The agency provides unique travel experiences tailored to each client’s specific needs, lifestyle and budget.  The premiere “Impact Week Haiti” targets multicultural travelers seeking social and civic discovery of Haiti’s historic attractions, culture and natural beauty.  In addition to travel services, My Haiti Travels is building an online destination for information, reviews and ratings of hotels, restaurants and destinations across Haiti.

“Like Haiti, we are open for business and invite you to explore this vibrant Caribbean island nation with us,” shared Ms. Simon.

A discounted early-bird registration rate is now available through December 1, 2012.  For more information and to register for “Impact Week Haiti 2013,” visit

Media partners of “Impact Week Haiti 2013” include Bel Ti Fi,Haiti 1 StopHaitian All-Starz, HaitiXChangeKiskeácity, Manman Pemba, Radio Soleil and The Stewardship Report.  For sponsorship and media partnership opportunities, please contact My Haiti Travels at

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