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. 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 to the pilgrims come to bathe in the mystical waters of Saut d'Eau waterfall (jump water, in French) in Ville Bonheur, Department of the Centre. According to popular legend, in 1847 Erzulie Dantor, voodoo goddess of beauty and love, appeared at the site on a tree and began to heal the sick and perform miracles. Catholic priests saw this as blasphemy, cut down the tree and built a church a few yards away, in honor of the Virgin. For art work and syncretism, Erzulie is camouflaged in the Catholic Our Lady of Mount Caramel, or Our Lady of Miracles. Since then, Haitians consider the waters of Saut d'Eau, near the church, welfare and healing of all evil.