5 Reasons Why Winter is Hot in Casa de Campo

While the weather in your location may be turning frightful, at Casa de Campo winter is always delightful. With average winter temperatures of 29°C (84.2°F) the season is hot here in La Romana. In addition to the fantastic weather, here are five more reasons why winter is hot at Casa de Campo.

5. The 43rd Annual Casa de Campo International Pro Am

Award-winning golf in the Caribbean at Casa de Campo Resort & Villas.

January 17-22, 2017, Casa De Campo will be hosting the 43rd Annual International Pro-AM golf competition on the renowned Teeth of the Dog and Dye Fore golf courses. This fantastic event will be contested over 72 holes of incredible golf. If you’d like to join in on the fun, you can learn more here.

4. Beautiful Beach Days

Minitas Beach in the Dominican Republic.

What’s a hot winter vacation without spending a few days on a stunning beach? Enjoy the heat as you work on your winter tan, or if it gets too hot for you, relax in the shade at Minitas Beach with a drink in your hand, or get in the water and cool down while enjoying some of our available water sport activities like snorkeling or paddle boarding.

3. The 1st Annual Sporting / 5 Stand Pro-Am Clay Shoot

State-of-the-art shooting and clay shooting at Casa de Campo Resort in the Dominican Republic.

This winter, start a new tradition at Casa de Campo and join our 1st Annual Sporting / 5 Stand Pro-Am Clay Shoot Tournament. Over the course of five days from March 4 – 7 you’ll enjoy banquets, multiple sporting-clay shoots, along with the many amenities available to guests of Casa de Campo, including all meals and beverages.

2. Pristine Fishing Conditions

Marlin and deep sea fishing season is starting in the Dominican Republic at Casa de Campo Resort.

Many guests at Casa de Campo come for the spectacular fishing available just offshore. The fishing season begins in February, and you’ll have ample opportunity to try your hand at catching prized Blue Marlin. In addition to Blue Marlin you may also be lucky enough to catch Tuna, Swordfish, and other local species. Whatever your catch-of-the-day is, you’re sure to love your time out on the open seas.

1. Fun for the Whole Family

Casa de Campo is a family vacation destination in the Dominican Republic.

Looking to get away as a family this winter or spring break? Look no further than Casa De Campo. With a whole host of family-friendly activities, there’s something here to appeal to everyone. There are full and half-day fully supervised programs for children of all ages, from toddlers to teens. These programs allow your kids to meet others their own age and have a blast, while you enjoy your vacation too.

Have we whet your winter travel appetite? Book one of our winter packages.