Water Sports

Make a splash in our crystal clear waters

Experience Our Ocean Playground

The warm, turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Chavón River are your playgrounds at Casa de Campo Resort and Villas.

From the thrill of deep-sea fishing to the serenity of kayaking though the countryside to exploring a world beneath the waves while snorkeling, you’ll love what the sea has to offer.

Fishing at Casa de Campo

The warm waters of the Caribbean are swimming with sea life, making Casa de Campo an ideal hub for sport fishing. Head out on a half- or full-day fishing excursion and reel in trophy fish like wahoo, kingfish, sailfish, barracuda, and perhaps the most famous species of all—blue marlin.

Fishing Club

The Casa de Campo Marina is home to a vibrant fishing club welcoming regulars and visitors alike. The season lasts from February through May, with March, April and May being the peak months. Every year, captains from around the world travel to the waters off La Romana to enjoy spectacular fishing.


At Casa de Campo, the world beneath the waves is every bit as lively as the one above. The Caribbean Sea is positively teeming with sea life just waiting to be observed. Snorkel in the calm, sheltered waters off Minitas Beach, or venture further offshore on an excursion to explore the pristine nearby islands of Catalina and Saona. But no matter where you decide to explore, the crystal clear waters and colorful reefs are bound to pique your interest.

Kayaking at Casa de Campo

With both the Caribbean Sea and the Chavón River at our doorstep, kayakers will find plenty of places to explore. Paddle just off Minitas Beach for spectacular seaside views and to catch a glimpse of some of the creatures that call these waters home.

For something different, take a trip up the Chavón River to explore the natural beauty of the Dominican countryside, including spectacular views of Altos de Chavón. With both single and double kayaks available, paddlers from novice to expert can enjoy this peaceful and relaxing sport.

Sail the Caribbean

Experience the thrill of being on the water and having the wind in your sails. Skip across the sea on a 13-foot Hobie Wave catamaran from Minitas Beach.

Or for those looking for a bigger challenge on a bigger boat, the Casa de Campo Marina offers larger crafts.

Glide on the waves

Take part in an ancient sporting tradition that was first started by the Polynesian people in the warm waters of Hawaii. Paddle surfing is a challenging activity where surfers stand on their board and use a paddle to move through the water. Test your balance and strength and feel the rush of moving through the warm Caribbean Sea.

Water activity rates

Activity Rate*
Hobie Wave $45/hour
Water Bee $18/ 30minutes
Single Kayak $22/hour
Double Kayak $36/hour
Sun Float $10/day
Banana Boat (Minimum three people) $12/ 15minutes
Snorkeling Set $13/day
Paddle Surfing $20/30 minutes or

Please note: All rates are in USD and do not include tax or service charge. Rates are subject to change.
Villa owners: Use your Courtesy Card for a discount

Excursion and tour rates

Description Rate Notes
Kayak Tour of the Chavón River: Paddle along the tranquil waters of the Chavón River and enjoy scenic views of the lush Dominican landscape. $32/ single kayak
$48/ double kayak
10 people maximum. Minimum age is 14 years old. Oil-free sunscreen is recommended. Casual dress and bathing suits are acceptable.
Deep Sea Fishing: Our most popular water sport, deep-sea fishing is a thrilling activity. Troll for championship billfish in the surrounding Caribbean waters and reel in the catch of the day. $690 Charter trips are available on 22-60 foot boats for full or half-day excursions. We supply rods, bait, boats, soft drinks, and experienced guides. Guests can land Wahoo, Kingfish, and Barracuda.

Please note: All rates are in USD and do not include tax or service charge. Rates are subject to change.
Villa owners: Use your Courtesy Card for a discount