Labadee is an area located in Northern Haiti, Cap-Haitien , that is famous for its amazing natural beauty, which consists of majestic lush mountains, and striking beach. A 260 acre wooded peninsula that features five spectacular beaches, natural trails, open-air dining areas, beach side bars, native entertainment and a market-place complete with fine arts and crafts.

It is considered by many to be the most scenic and beautiful tropical paradise spot in the Caribbean. The location is named after Marquis de La'badie, a Frenchmen who first settled the area in the 1600s. The name was changed to Labadee to make it easier for English speakers to pronounce.

 It is operated by the Royal Caribbean Cruise lines. The company leases it from the Haitian Government for six dollars per tourists; they receive nearly 600.000 visitors per year and growing. Royal Caribbean caused great controversies, when it was found that they never advertised the place, as a semi island located in Northern Haiti, using instead the terms Hispaniola, falsely leading its passenger to believe that Labadee was in Dominican Republic. When passengers disembarked, they were never told that they were in Haiti, many would only find about the true location of Labadee, when reading about it on the Internet.