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One 4-passenger touring cart


The Spa at Casa de Campo focuses on holistic wellness and is the foundation of Casa de Campo’s spa offerings, blending ancient and modern healing therapies. Before treatments, guests stroll through a labyrinth – an ancient pattern to display serenity and peace dating back 4,000 years.

Each of the seven therapy rooms are individual sanctuaries with personal showers, changing areas, plunge pools and patio gardens. All treatments incorporate holistic and indigenous skin care selections made from edible local ingredients, including sugar cane and Dominican coffee beans, whipped up fresh daily in the Spa Pharmacy on-site.


TEETH OF THE DOG - With seven holes bordering the Caribbean, this world-renowned course designed by Pete Dye combines beauty and challenge, earning the title of #1 ranked course in the Caribbean by Golf Magazine.
THE LINKS – It’s an inland field gem designed by Pete Dye that evokes the Scottish golf courses with water as the beat in element in 5 of its holes. Renovated and reopened by
Pete Dye on April, 2012.
DYE FORE- Pete Dye has taken his genius to a higher-level, literally, 500-feet above the Chavon River where this course resides. Characterized by spectacular views of the Dominican mountains, the Chavon River, the Marina, and Altos de Chavon, this challenging cliff-side course is a delight for players of all levels.


On Casa de Campos´ exclusive Minitas Beach, just minutes from the main area, enjoy a sea of water sports! Choose from snorkeling, kayaking, Hobie cats, windsurfers and paddleboats.

For an island escape, take an excursion to the beautiful Catalina Island, six-square miles of white sand beaches surrounded by the crystal clear blue waters of the Caribbean Sea and part of the Parque Nacional del Este.On the short trip by catamaran, spacious sundecks and shaded lounges offer many areas to relax, sunbathe or dance to the rhythm of Merengue music.

Famous for the natural beauty of its beaches, Saona is a tropical island located a short distance from the mainland. This island of pristine beaches and crystal clear water has been used by film-makers as a 'desert island' setting on a number of occasions.

Water Sports
350 slip full service Marina, Fishing, Kayaking, Snorkeling, Sailing, Paddle Boarding, SCUBA
Nestled on a lush topical hillside, Casa de Campo´s country club style La Terraza Tennis Center offers 13 immaculately maintained, fast-dry Har-Tru courts, (10 lighted), the finest equipment and staff, and a spectacular view of the sea. Rental equipment is available in the Tennis Pro Shop, and our Professional staff is on hand for volleys and private lessons.
There´s no greater test of concentration and coordination than sport shooting and no resort can match the shooting excitement found at Casa de Campo´s Sporting Clays Shooting Center! Set on more than 245 acres and features over 200 stations for trap, skeet and sporting clays including one of the largest towers in the world, pigeon rings, and an airy Safari-themed clubhouse.
Dozens of horses fill the stables at Casa de Campo´s Equestrian Center, which makes finding the proper pony as easy as a trail ride! Enjoy guided trail rides throughout the Villas Polo.
Expert staffing is on hand for lessons in English or Western-style riding and jumping. Guests of Casa de Campo may also request instruction in grooming techniques or rodeo stunts.

Hacienda Higueral Tour
Hacienda Higueral is a beautiful historic ranch dedicated to the breeding of cattle and horses, located just 20 minutes from Casa de Campo. Here, our guests will have the opportunity to see our cowboys working with the cattle and horse herds first hand as they ride through scenic cane fields, open pastures and by lagoons.

Enjoy an adventure with your family to discover the amazing history and rich culture of the Dominican Republic's capital, the oldest city in the New World.
Built on a plateau 300 feet above the meandering Chavón River and modeled after a 16-century Mediterranean village, this cultural center is home to artists’ studios, craft workshops, art galleries, restaurants, clubs and boutiques concealed behind coral stone buildings. Along winding cobblestone streets, visitors watch international painters, designers, writers and musicians teaching their craft as a part of an “Artists in Residence” program, or within the Altos de Chavón School of Design affiliated with Parson’s School of Design in New York. Since its inauguration by Frank Sinatra in 1982, a 5,000-seat Grecian-style amphitheater offers world-class performances by the likes of Andrea Bocelli and Julio Iglesias, to Sting, and Carlos Santana.