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Haiti is going to be hard going for travelers with disabilities or mobility issues. Crowded and broken streets, anarchic traffic and the absence of wheelchair-accessible buildings all pose serious problems. Traveling with an able-bodied companion can help immensely in overcoming these obstacles. At the very least, hiring a vehicle and a guide will make moving around a great deal easier. Haggling with street vendors, artisans and moto-taxi drivers is part of daily life in Haiti.
Do your best, don't take it too seriously and keep in mind they likely need that extra dollar more than you do. Haitian phone numbers are eight digits. To dial a non-emergency phone number from outside Haiti, dial the international access code, Haiti's country code , then the eight-digit number.
Customs regulations include restrictions on the import and export of live animals, weapons and drugs. You can bring in 1L of liquor, cigarettes and 50 cigars. Those bringing in large amounts of medical supplies independently have frequently been faced with large importation fees. All foreign visitors must have a valid passport to enter Haiti. Your entry stamp entitles you to stay for up to 90 days. This process can take several months, involving letters of support from your employer or a Haitian resident.
Warm and sociable, Haitians observe some unspoken rules of etiquette, particularly when it comes to greetings. While you may commonly see friends of the same sex holding hands and being openly affectionate with each other, tourists doing this will likely attract attention.
Same-sex couples sharing a room should have no problem. Travel insurance is highly recommended, and it's essential to have as much medical cover as possible including emergency evacuation cover. Haitian medical services insist on payment on the spot, so collect all the paperwork you can when being treated so you can claim later.