Rivers in Haiti

The Artibonite River
The Artibonite River is a 320 km long river in Haiti. It is the longest as well as the most important river in Haiti and the longest on the island of Hispaniola. Forming part of the international border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic, the river's sources are in the Cordillera Central in the Dominican Republic, however most of its length lies in Haiti. The river empties into the Gulf of Gonâve.

Acul River
Artibonite River
Atlantic Ocean
Caribbean Sea
Dajabón River (Massacre River)
Grande Rivière de Jacmel
Grande Rivière de Nippes
Grande Rivière du Nord
Grande-Anse River
Guayamouc River
Gulf of Gonâve
Les Trois Rivières
Libón River
Macasía River
Momance River
Pedernales River
Petite Rivière de Jacmel
Ravine du Sud
Rivière Blanche (Artibonite)
Rivière Blanche (Ouest)
Rivière Bouyaha
Rivière Canot
Rivière de Bainet
Rivière de Cavaillon
Rivière de Fer à Cheval
Rivière de Grand Goâve
Rivière de Saint-Marc
Rivière des Côtes de Fer
Rivière du Limbè
Rivière Grise (Grande Riviere du Cul de Sac)
Rivière l’Estère
Rivière la Quinte
Rivière Lociane
Rivière Montrouis