When I walked in Le Jardin three things happened:

1) I started snapping pictures left and right , and asking twenty millions about the plants (I tried to stop,but I couldn’t). I became the tourist who I always make fun of (Who knew plants had that kind of power on me?)


2) I wondered when the yoga instructor would arrive because I was ready, right then, and there, to do some serious meditation

3) I wanted to start planting, SOMETHING!!!

When you walk in “Le Jardin” french for The Garden, you feel this sudden sense of serenity that you get only get when in nature. I was greeted by the owner Mrs. Ginette who gave me a tour of the ground and named every plant. I was amazed at her knowledge and asked her how she was able to remember all this information, she replied “easy, I am the one who takes care of them”.

After taming my appetite for botanical knowledge, it was time for lunch, as you can see in the picture below, it was a real treat. There is so much more information to be shared about Le Jardin, but it’s something that you may want to find out for yourselves as it is truly worth visiting.


I consider Le Jardin a Haiti Luxury not just because of the great service, but because  nature is an important of Haiti, and anyone who is helping preserve Haiti’s environment deserves recognition.



Le Jardin: 250 bis, route Meyer Jacmel