Grande Colline National Park is located in southwestern Haiti and contains the Grande Colline mountain range at the core of the Massif de la Hotte. This protected area contains five named peaks and is one of Haiti's most remote and difficult-to-reach areas.
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Hispaniola is the second largest and most populated island in the Caribbean region. It is located within the Greater Antilles and is divided politically into two sovereign nations: the Republic of Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
This transboundary Biosphere Reserve includes the biodiverse reserves of La Selle in Haiti and Jaragua-Bahoruco-Enriquillo in the Dominican Republic. These reserves include the La Visite National Park in Haiti and the Lago Enriquillo National Park in the Dominican Republic.
The Massif de la Hotte is a mountain range in southwestern Haiti located in southeastern Haiti. La Hotte Biosphere Reserve includes six mountain peaks and encompasses terrestrial and marine areas. The region is considered a biodiversity hotspot due to the wide variation in climate.
The National History Park includes Haitian monuments dating from the beginning of the 19th century when Haiti proclaimed independence. The Palace of Sans Souci, the buildings at Ramiers, and the Citadel are universal symbols of liberty constructed by black slaves who had gained freedom.
Pico Duarte is the highest peak on Hispaniola. A series of mountains, known in the Dominican Republic as the Cordillera Central, spans the central part of the island, from the Dominican coast into Haiti, where it is known as the Massif du Nord. José Armando Bermúdez National Park is located within the range.