Vacation resort of Presidents – Part 3

The Casa de Campo Resort, located in the Dominican Republic, is well known for features no other resort can claim:

Water sports are abundant here. There is a long, private beach, multiple pools, including a two-level pool with a swim-up bar. There is deep-sea fishing, as well as river fishing. Kayaks are available and guided tours are scheduled most days. Clay shooting is available at the Sports Center. There are trap, skeet, and hunting simulators.

Horseback riding is well represented here. There are even polo events and riding lessons, as well as trail riding. The stables are well kept as are all the animals. Riding the Tropical Trails is a rare opportunity for visitors.

Children’s activities are abundant and include groups for toddlers to teens. All programs are supervised by trained adults. There is a “nanny” program for the supervision of children “in casa” while adults can enjoy all the resort has to offer.

Dining gives guests many choices. There are nineteen restaurants in the resort. Many are included at no charge with the available “inclusive package”. There are twenty bars and evening entertainment.

Safety is of prime importance here. Security is present at all times, and entrances and exits are restricted. Food and drink safety gets absolute top attention from the well-trained restaurant and bar supervisors, as well as on-staff chefs. This is a luxury resort.



Current pricing at the Casa de Campo Luxury Resort for two people in January was $2400 total for six nights, without airfare.