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Small, troubled Caribbean nation located 45 miles east of Cuba and 100 miles east of Jamaica; the poorest country in the Northern Hemisphere. Haiti forms the western half of Hispaniola, the second largest island in the Caribbean, and has a variety of surf breaks along its 1,100 miles of tropical coastline. The north shore produces the most reliable waves--generally from November to April--though...
Samuel Jules, paddling out for Haiti's first surf competition. Photo: Michael MagarsSubscribe to view
Samuel Jules, paddling out for Haiti's first surf competition. Photo: Michael Magars