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February 17, 2019 4:00 PM -

Global Affairs Canada has recently elevated it’s advisory for Haiti to avoid all travel due to the reigning civil unrest throughout the country.   This is the highest level of the Canadian government’s Travel Advice and Advisories.

Considering the current level of insecurity, we strongly recommend that you respect this advisory.

Information regarding vacation packages
Given the uncertain accessibility of the road leading to the Royal Decameron Indigo Beach, Transat cannot guarantee safe transfers and has therefore stopped the sale of vacation packages, until the end of April 2019.

Information regarding flights
Until the government has reduced its alert level, all customers who have booked a flight to Haiti for the months of February, March and April 2019 are entitled to modify their reservation without penalty. Customers are invited to contact their travel agency or Air Transat’s Contact Center to adjust their file accordingly.

For the time being, Air Transat’s flight operations continue as planned.  However, the situation may change at any moment and without notice. 


Dublin Travel Guide

  • Ireland’s garrulous capital with a heart of Guinness

    A thousand-year history and status as a European capital haven’t taken away Dublin’s friendly “big village” feel. With loads to see and do, and a people whose amiability is infectious, Ireland’s urban core has tourists’ eyes smiling all the way to the pub.

Discover Dublin

  • Sights

    St. Patrick’s Cathedral is the largest church in the country, and reputedly built on the site where St. Paddy himself baptized Irish heathens. Jonathan Swift, the cathedral’s most famous Dean, is buried to the right of the southwest entrance.

    The grounds of Ireland’s most prestigious university, Trinity College, are a glorious place to spend an early Sunday morning. Literary buffs especially love a stroll around this masterpiece of Georgian architecture and landscaping—Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett are alumni.

  • Outings

    Dubbed “Dublin’s cultural quarter,” Temple Bar has retained its medieval pattern of narrow cobblestone streets and is full of cafés, bars, art galleries, a farmers’ market and quaint one-of-a-kind boutiques.

    Connoisseurs and novices alike find out everything they ever wanted to know about uisce beatha (whiskey) at the Old Jameson Distillery. Located on the original 1780 site, it offers tutored tasting tours and a shop that sells bottles difficult to find outside of Ireland.

  • Pubs

    Still run by the original family, John Kavanagh’s has changed little over the past 150 years. A true classic, the pub is nicknamed Gravediggers after workers at the adjacent Glasnevin Cemetery, who were served through a secret hatch so they could drink on the job.

    Woody and rustic, Porterhouse is Dublin’s oldest microbrewery. It only sells its own label, but it’s exceptional stuff. The pub food is delicious too. Classics like Bangers and mash and Irish Stew are the perfect accompaniment to the Oyster Stout, made with real oysters and Brain Blásta ale.  

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