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Creating Memories at Casa de Campo

Dive into the plethora of activities and attractions Casa de Campo offers, from teeing off at the Teeth of the Dog golf course to sailing from the marina or enjoying horseback riding. Casa de Campo has it all, and more!

Elegant resort complex with spacious pavilions and lush landscaping along a calm waterfront, featuring luxurious amenities for an upscale vacation experience in Casa de Campo
Spacious and airy beachfront living room with high wooden ceilings and panoramic views of the sea, elegantly furnished with vibrant red couches and a large dining area in Casa de Campo

Why Choose Casa de Campo for your next stay?

Casa de Campo stands out as a beacon of luxury in the Caribbean as far as a country-club lifestyle goes. Boasting world-class golf courses, exquisite dining, and activities galore, Casa de Campo is the ultimate country club in the Caribbean.  

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Casa de Campo.

What are the Entry Requirements for Casa de Campo Resort?

Travelers from the US, Canada, EU, UK, Australia, and New Zealand can enter the Dominican Republic without a visa but must possess a valid passport. Upon arrival, you’ll need to purchase a tourist card, which is included in your airline ticket for those flying in. Visitors from certain countries may require a visa, so it’s best to check with the nearest Dominican embassy or consulate.

How to Travel to Casa de Campo Resort?

Casa de Campo Resort is easily accessible by air, with La Romana International Airport (LRM) located just 5 minutes away. Direct and connecting flights are available from various international locations. Alternatively, Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) and Las Américas International Airport (SDQ) in Santo Domingo are both about an hour’s drive and offer more international flights.

Transportation options from these airports include rental cars, taxis, and private transfers, which can be arranged through the resort.

Can I rent golf carts to get around in Casa de Campo? 

Yes! Our concierge can help you arrange a gas or electric 4 or 6 passenger golf cart. Note, that during holiday seasons or peak periods, availability can book up fast. Some villas in our collection have one or two golf carts included with the rate, so please be sure to check with your villa specialist. 

What is Casa de Campo Resort Well Known For?

Casa de Campo is renowned for its luxurious amenities, including world-class golf courses like Teeth of the Dog, pristine beaches, and a variety of outdoor activities. The resort also boasts Altos de Chavón, a 16th-century Mediterranean village replica, offering cultural and dining experiences.

Is Casa de Campo Safe?

Casa de Campo is considered one of the safest resorts in the Dominican Republic, offering 24-hour security and a private gated community. However, guests are advised to take standard travel precautions.

What Currency is used in Casa de Campo?

US dollars and all major credit cards are widely accepted throughout the resort.

When’s the Best Time to Visit Casa de Campo?

The high season, from December to April, offers sunny days and lower humidity, making it the perfect time for a visit. May to November is considered the low season, with higher humidity and occasional rain showers, but this time also offers fewer crowds and competitive rates.

Best Things to Do in Casa de Campo?

Golfing: Enjoy some of the best golf courses in the Caribbean, including the famous Teeth of the Dog.

Visit Altos de Chavón: Explore this architectural marvel for its cultural offerings, shops, and stunning views.

Beach Time: Relax on the private Minitas Beach or take a trip to Catalina Island.

Outdoor Activities: Try horseback riding, clay shooting, tennis, and water sports.

How’s the Food in Casa de Campo?

The resort features a wide array of dining options, from gourmet restaurants to casual eateries, offering everything from traditional Dominican dishes to international cuisine. Guests can also enjoy bars, lounges, and in-villa dining for a more private experience.

How’s the Weather in Casa de Campo?

The Dominican Republic enjoys a tropical climate year-round.

Winter (Dec-Apr): Pleasantly warm with temperatures ranging from 19-30°C (66-86°F).

Spring (May-Jun): Slightly warmer with occasional showers.

Summer (Jul-Sep): Hot with temperatures ranging from 22-31°C (72-88°F), increased humidity, and frequent rain showers.

Fall (Oct-Nov): Similar to summer but with a slight decrease in temperature and humidity