Furcy is a small village further up the mountain from Kenscoff, 30 miles southeast of Portau-Prince. People in this area truly live the simple life; expect them to extend their usual warm and friendly welcome. Even during summer, Furcy is an ideal place for walks in the area’s cool mountain climate. Bring a sweater or shawl, as it tends to get quite cold.
Spend the weekend at The Lodge; it brandishes magnificent wooden chalet architecture and is Furcy’s only functioning hotel.
Stop by the local bar, Rustik, and warm up with a glass of Haiti’s famous rum. Mountain views in this area are quite impressive.