In the waterfalls of Saut d'Eau say that the Virgin Mary appeared in 1847. From entoces, each July 16, thousands of pilgrims bathe in these waters convinced that a miracle will heal their ailments or that their wishes will come true. The worship of the Virgen del Carmen, known in Haiti as Virgen de los Milagros, is mixed in Saut d'Eau with voodoo rites in a further example of the symbiosis in the Caribbean nation between the Catholic religion and religion brought from Africa by slaves. Rara musicians, traditional pagan bands composed of drums and wind instruments were the soundtrack to the festivities in Saut d'Eau.