$3,900 per person (double occupancy rooms)
$4,500 per person (single occupancy rooms)
All inclusive: r/t plane tickets from/to Chicago/Port-au-Prince, accommodations, local transportation, all meals and cultural activities in Haiti. The total cost includes a tax deductible donation to support Links Hall (Chicago) and Dance To Save Lives (Cap Haitien, Haiti).
Note: there is a $100 increase on reservations made after August 31, 2018.
Links to Haiti can accommodate 16 travelers. In addition, Links to Haiti travelers will join up with the artists involved with Onye Ozuzu’s Project Tool and participating in Black Arts Retreat on all of the major excursions, artistic offerings, celebrations and meals.
If you aren’t living in Chicago…
Yes, you can be part of Links to Haiti! Email Links Hall’s Director Roell Schmidt firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate flight arrangements to Miami (where the entire Links to Haiti group will leave/return from Port-au-Prince).
If you are an artist…
You are very welcome to join Links to Haiti but we recommend you apply to participate through Black Arts Retreat (BAR) whose mission is to: “Unite Lovers & Practitioners of African Diasporic Art & Culture, for connecting, learning, and rejuvenating in a safe, natural space”. http://www.blackartsretreat.com/ The Links to Haiti group and BAR will join forces on all of the major excursions, artistic offerings, celebrations and meals but BAR will have specific offerings for practicing artists. (Please note, BAR has no more spots available as of 6.29.18.)
Dates and Prices
December 27, 2018 – January 4, 2019
|Links to Haiti||Due Date||Amount|
|Deposit*||August 31, 2018||$2,000|
||September 30, 2018||$1,000 for double occupancy
$1,600 for single occupancy
|Final Payment||October 31, 2018||$900|
*For reservations made after August 31, 2018, the deposit deadline is September 30, 2018 and will be $3,100.
Do I need to speak a language other than English to go on the trip?
No. We will have guides and interpreters. French and Haitian Creole or Kreyòl are the official languages of Haiti. But here’s a resource of Haitian Creole Phrases to prepare you and a link to Alliance Française of Chicago’s classes if you want to be able to communicate on your own!