5 Things to Do with Your Family at Casa de Campo
For the young and for the young at heart, Casa de Campo offers just the right amount of structured activities and leisure time to ensure a pleasant vacation for everyone. From sunrise to sunset, plenty of adventure awaits each family when they visit Casa de Campo.
Let us suggest our favorites! Discover 5 things to do with your family at Casa de Campo:
1. Take a historic excursion.
The Dominican Republic has a rich history your family will love to explore. You can discover the oldest city in the new world, perfect the fine art of crafting the perfect cigar, or travel to an ancient Mediterranean village without ever leaving the country.
Why not enjoy a Santo Domingo city tour, where you’ll explore cultural landmarks and important historic sites like museums, cathedrals, and much more?
Or, relish in our Altos de Chavón tour where you’ll take in a replica 16th century Mediterranean village, marvel at breathtaking architectural details unseen outside Europe, and so much more.
2. Hit the beach.
When you close your eyes and dream of the perfect Caribbean beach, chances are it looks a lot like the one at Casa de Campo Resort and Villas.
That is, crystal-clear turquoise blue water gently lapping on pristine white sand dotted with comfortable chaise loungers with a backdrop of palm-trees softly swaying in the breeze.
At the heart of Casa de Campo is Minitas Beach, a private sanctuary perfect for soaking up the sun or enjoying sports like snorkeling, kayaking, paddle boating, and so much more. Gather the family and head to the beach. Build sandcastles, read books, take a dip, or indulge in a watersport or boat ride.
And just beyond our shores, the secluded Catalina and Saona Islands await with even more hidden beaches and lush surroundings to explore.
3. Enjoy a lesson.
Golf, tennis, baseball or basketball, whatever level your child is at—middle school, high school, club, college or professional—American Sports Academy will take them to the next level in a warm, fun, traditional atmosphere.
4. Explore the Dominican Republic.
Even though there’s more than enough to see and do right on our 7,000-acre resort, sometimes it’s nice to spend a day exploring your local surroundings.
The Dominican Republic is a natural paradise with plenty of fascinating sites to see and Casa de Campo Resort and Villas offers several guided excursions to suit every taste and interest, including:
- A day at Catalina Beach – take the Catamaran over to explore six-square miles of white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters!
- A zip line tour – fly through the air on this exciting adventure offering breathtaking views of the abundant flora of the Eastern Region of the Dominican Republic.
- A buggy tour – take the wheel and race through the Dominican countryside in your very own buggie!
- Horseback riding – explore the scenic countryside of our 7,000 acre grounds and surround areas by horse.
5. kidz n’ Casa.
No matter your child’s age, or their interests, rest assured knowing there are multiple options at Casa de Campo for fun, full or half-day supervised programs designed specifically for our younger guests.
From playground visits to arts and crafts, puppet shows, and more for the toddlers, to beach Olympics, treasure hunts, tennis lessons, pony rides, and more for the kids, take your pick from many fun-filled options.