Casa de Campo – All Inclusive Family Resort

Casa de Campo

Offering a relaxing, soothing atmosphere, Casa de Campo is an all inclusive resort in La Romana, Dominican Republic.

Set in a serene, pristine environment, the resort is perfect for families who want go get away from the stresses of everyday life an enjoy some good old fashioned quality time with one another in what many consider to be the tropical paradise of the Caribbean.

The accommodations at Casa de Campo are spacious, comfortable and perfect for a family vacation. Families can choose to stay in one room or connecting rooms so that the adults can have privacy while knowing their children are only a room away. There are also the villa options, which are ideal for larger families who wish to indulge in a more home-away-from-home setting.

During the day, while dad gets in a few rounds at one of the resort’s golf courses and mom indulges in a relaxing massage, the children are minded by the resort staff and enjoy kid-friendly activities of their own. And, when you want to spend time together as a family, there’s no shortage of things to do.

Known for providing the ultimate family vacation, the all inclusive resort hosts several family-oriented programs for everyone to enjoy together, including beach volleyball, painting lessons, coconut bowling and family treasure hunts.

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Guide to Family Vacations in Dominican Republic

Family Vacations in Dominican Republic

 

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You may be forgiven for thinking that a family vacations in Dominican Republic will offer no more than a chance to spend a week or two lounging on a perfect white sandy beach looking up at beautiful skies and listening to waves gently caressing the shore.

This is what the brochures promote, and unless the entire family feels that this is how it wants to spend its vacation together, then you could easily overlook it and choose one of the other islands instead. Before you move on however, take another look at the Dominican Republic, there’s a lot more for a family beach vacation than at first meets the eye!

The temperature throughout the year averages between 28 and 31 degrees – although it can be cooler up in the mountain areas. There is humidity but breezes from the sea help to keep this from being too unbearable. The island’s rainy season usually lasts from May to October,with August and September also being the months that hurricanes are possible.

There are two “peak” tourist seasons to watch out for on the Dominican Republic, the first is between December and February, and the second between July and August. This means that if you can manage to book your family vacations in Dominican Republic sometime in March/April, you are likely to miss the both the main tourist groups, and the bad weather, and maybe even get yourself a “between season” bargain at the same time! Watch out for late Easter however as the week prior to Easter is known as Semana Santa and an extremely busy time for the island.

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With a population of over 2.2 million, the capital city of Santo Domingo is a large vibrant urban area. The country hosts a number of “firsts” for the so called new world, including the first hospital (the ruins of which you can find at Ruinas del Hospital San Nicolas de Bari located near Las Mercedes) and the first monastery (Monasterio de San Francisco).

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If your family vacations in Dominican Republic include smaller children then don’t miss the Museo Infantil Trampolin which is an interactive natural history museum with guides on hand to answer your child’s questions. The Acuraio Nacional is an aquarium that grown-ups may not find so impressive, but children will love the underwater walkway.

Of course the best way to see sea-life is in its natural environment so make sure you take advantage of a whale watching tour during your Caribbean family vacation in Dominican Republic – that’s one experience you’ll all talk about for years to come!

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Our Recommended Top Family Resorts in Dominican Republic

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