Every year, thousands of Haitians go to the basin of a sacred waterfall to relax and pray for a better future. Every July, thousands of Haitians are aimed at Saut d'Eau, a waterfall located 60 km north of Port au Prince, the most important pilgrimage voodoo religion of this Caribbean country, says the Mexican daily La Jornada. They come after many hours away on foot, on donkeys or tap-tap buses coloradísimos and typical-looking for good luck and benefits. In the poorest country of America, the cost of this trip can mean days or months of work, sacrifice will be rewarded by the blessings that come to the pilgrims to bathe in the mystical waters of Saut d'Eau waterfall (jump water, in French) at Ville Bonheur, Department of the Centre.