Things to Do

Things to Do at Casa de Campo

Here's an overview of the many opportunities available at the resort:

Altos de Chavón

Step back in time in this replica of a 16th Century Mediterranean village with sweeping views of the Chavón River.  In Altos de Chavón, you’ll find a multitude of shops and restaurants, as well as an art gallery and museum.

Equestrian Center & Polo

Take in the beautiful resort on horseback or learn how to play polo.  Casa de Campo offers a variety of equestrian activities for the whole family.

Fitness Center

Stay fit while you’re in paradise!  Casa de Campo’s state-of-the-art fitness center is open from 6am to 8pm every day.  *Use of the fitness center is included with your resort stay.*

Golf

Casa de Campo boasts (3) championship golf courses designed by Pete Dye, including Teeth of the Dog which is ranked the #3 best Caribbean golf course by USA Today and ranked #27 in the list of the World’s Greatest Golf Courses [outside the US] by Golf Digest*Conference attendees receive a 10% discount on golf.*

Marina

More than just a nautical facility, the Marina at Casa de Campo has shops, restaurants, and even a movie theater.  Be sure to check out all it has to offer.

Minitas Beach

Conveniently located in the heart of the resort, Minitas Beach is Casa de Campo’s private paradise.  Sink your toes into the sand and go for a swim in the Caribbean Sea.  If you prefer the pool life, you can take a dip in the Minitas Beach Club’s beautiful infinity-edge pool overlooking the sea. The Beach Club is also one of the best spots on the island to watch the sunset!

Off-Site Excursions

While there is certainly more than enough to keep you occupied on the resort property, you can also sign up for one of Casa de Campo’s many off-site tours.  Spend the day at the beach on Catalina Island; tour Las Maravillas Cave to see pictographs left by the natives who lived on the island before the arrival of Christopher Columbus; or explore Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic and the oldest city in the New World.

Restaurants & Bars

Have a taste for sushi?  Head to Pubbelly Sushi at the Marina.  Hungry for Italian food?  La Piazzetta, located in Altos de Chavón, serves up Italian classics as well as their own Italian-inspired dishes.    Any craving you may have, Casa de Campo has you covered with close to 20 different outlets throughout the property.

Shooting Center

Casa de Campo is home to the “most comprehensive shooting facility in the Caribbean.”  There are shooting adventures for all ages and skill levels, including trap, skeet, and clays as well as driven pheasant, partridge, and duck shoots.

Spa

If you’re in need of relaxation and rejuvenation, look no further than the Spa at Casa de Campo.  *Conference attendees receive a 10% discount on spa services.*


Tennis

Want to work on your serve in paradise?  La Terraza Tennis Center has 13 courts available and plenty of professionals on staff if you’re looking to improve your skills.

Water Sports

Fishing, snorkeling, kayaking, sailing, paddle surfing...with the Caribbean Sea and Chavón River at your fingertips at Casa de Campo, the opportunities for activities on—and under—the water are almost limitless.

More Information

For more information on these and other opportunities, please click here for Casa de Campo's brochure on tours & activities.

To make arrangements for many of these activities, contact the Casa de Campo concierge by email: a.concierge@ccampo.com.do or d.cespedes@ccampo.com.do.
 

Additional Articles on Casa de Campo

"The Caribbean Charisma of Casa de Campo" from Luxury Travel Magazine

"My Perfect Day, My Way, At Casa de Campo" from Forbes