Welcome to Ile-a-Vache, paradise island !
- Charming hotel
- Beach with turquoise water at the foot of the hotel
- The beautiful Ilot des Amoureux
- Pleasant activities
Your experience in details
Day 1 : Port-au-Prince / Cayes / Ile-a-Vache - Walk by the water - Arrival
Upon your arrival at the Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Port-au-Prince, you will be warmly welcomed and driven to the dock at Cayes to take the boat that will bring you to Ile-a-Vache.
Abaka Bay Beach Resort hotel will welcome you. Once registered, go by the beach which is only a few steps from the hotel. Walk barefoot on the fine sand and let the water caress them while listening to the gentle sound of the waves, that will also welcome you to this paradise island.
Day 2: Ile-a-Vache - On site activities - Full Board
Take the first part of the day to joyfully swim and have fun at the beach.
A little later, participate in some on site activities to fully enjoy this day. Whether it's volleyball, climbing, table tennis, babyfoot, badminton, darts or just lying on a hammock, you'll have a lot of fun.
Day 3: Ile-a-Vache - Suggested excursion : Ilot des Amoureux ($$$) - Full Board
For this day, we suggest you a beautiful getaway to one of Ile-a-Vache's most beautiful treasures : Ilot des Amoureux ($$$), a tiny island that can only accommodate a few people, but whose beauty will captivate you. You'll be able to lie on this small fine white sandbank, swim in the turquoise water that surrounds it and have fun as a child. You will fall in love with Ilot des Amoureux.
Day 4 : Ile-a-Vache / des Cayes / Port-au-Prince - Departure - Full Board
In the morning, after your meal, enjoy one last time the beautiful decor in which the hotel is located, by taking a walk near the water and immortalize every minute before your departure. You will thank the Abaka Bay Beach Resort staff. You will then embark in the boat that will go to the port of des Cayes. From there, you will take the ground transportation that will take you to Toussaint Louverture Airport in Port-au-Prince.