Remember that in 2015 Look Voyage had made a bold choice by opening in the former Club Med

Haiti News FLASH: Look Voyage renounces operating its Lookea Club in Haiti due to instability!

Nearly three years after the inauguration of a Lookea club in Haiti, the tour operator Look Voyage, gives up operating this Club because of "socio-political instability in Haiti". Note that in 2017, 2,700 tourists stayed at Club Lookéa Magic Haiti 4 stars.

Remember that in 2015 Look Voyage had made a bold choice by opening in the former Club Med, its Club Lookéa Magic Haiti 4 stars, the only club Francophone all inclusive in Haiti under the auspices of Transat France and its partner, the Decameron hotel chain, which operated it.

At the launch, Patrice Caradec, President of Transat France declared enthusiastically, "We are going to be a pioneer on this destination which is gaining to be known [...] This is one of our most beautiful Lookéa in the Caribbean [...] it is also already in the Top 5 sales of winter [...]"

But, after 3 years of activities, the tour operator Look Voyage withdraws the Club from its catalog, explaining "Haiti is a complicated destination for a club and it is in the DNA of Lookéa Clubs to renew itself by highlighting its new openings for winter (Canada, Zanzibar, Dubai), but also its villages in the Dominican Republic."

Faced with the withdrawal of Look Voyage the competition quickly reacted and Boomerang Voyages decided to take over and affix its brand "Club Coralia Royal Decameron Haiti 4 star", sold from this winter. Olivier Kervella, CEO of NG Travel, the holding company that controls Boomerang Voyages is confident "Sales are going very well, we are satisfied and optimistic"