Dozens of horses including 15 for jumping and over 80 polo ponies fill the stables at Casa de Campo, which makes finding the proper pony as easy as a trail ride. Scenic romps include a one-hour golf course ride, a two-hour ride through tropical trails by the Chavón River and two three-hour advanced rides; one through sugarcane fields to the cane-cutter's village and the other a ride outside of the main resort at Rancho Peligro (three days notice is required).

Expert staffing is on hand for lessons in English or Western-style riding, jumping, dressage and polo. Guests of Casa de Campo may also request instruction in grooming techniques, rodeo stunts or sign up for a hilarious game of donkey polo. Private guides can be arranged for individuals or groups.

For young children, rides are available on Anita, Juanito and Miguelito, the center’s three ponies. Special private trail rides can also be arranged.

If you’re seeking the thrill of polo, the Casa de Campo facilities are among the best in the Caribbean. Consisting of three playing fields, one practice field and the largest string of polo ponies under a single brand in the world, there is no place better to enjoy this rigorous and engaging sport. Equipment, group instruction and personalized training are available for beginners and medium-goal players. Guests may hire ponies for stick and ball tournaments and families can compete against each other in matches held each week.

Regular polo matches are played throughout the week during the season, which begins in early November and ends in April. Domestic cups and international tournaments are organized during the season and all teams are encouraged to enter.

Please note: long pants and closed shoes are required to ride at the center. Children must be over seven-years old  or have prior riding experience.


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 Pro-Am 2009 Schedule of Events

36th Annual Casa de Campo International Pro-Am January 13 - 18, 2009
26th Caribbean International Pro-Am I January 20 - 25, 2009
22nd Annual Caribbean Internationa Pro-Am II   February 24 - March 1, 2009
Sunday, January 11 / January 18 / February 22
-Early Arrival Day

Monday, January 12 / January 19 / February 23
-Early Arrival Day

Tuesday, January 13 / January 20 / February 24
-Official Arrival Day
-Welcome Cocktail Party and Dinner
-Official Tournament Registration

Wednesday, January 14 / January 21 / February 25
-First Round on the Teeth of the Dog (One Best ball)
-First Round of the Professional Champion (Stableford Format)
-First Round on the Links for the Ladies

Thursday, January 15 / January 22 / February 26
-Second Round of the Pro-Am on Dye Fore (One Best Ball)
-Second Round on the Teeth of the Dog for the Ladies
-Second Round of the Professional Championship

Friday, January 16 / January 23 / February 27
-Third Round of the Pro-Am on the Links (Two Best Ball)
-Third Round of the Professional Championship
-Third Round on Dye Fore for the Ladies

Saturday, January 17 / January 24 / February 28
-Final Round of the Pro-Am on the Teeth of the Dog (Two Best Ball)
-Final Round of the Professional Championship
-Final Round on the Links for the Ladies

Sunday, January 18 / January 25 / March 1
-Departure Day


Pro-Am (72 Holes)
·   Teams will be divided into four flights according to the total team handicap
·   Gross and Net Divisions
·   The first 36 holes will be one net best ball and the last 36 holes will be two net best ball

·  Professionals
                                   Junior                                       6,850 Yards
                                   Senior (50 to 65 years old)           6,485 Yards
                                   Casa Seniors (66 years old +)       6,250 Yards

·  Amateurs
                                   49 Years old and under                6,485 Yards
                                   50 to 65 Years old                      6,250 Yards
                                   66 Years old +                           6,015 Yards

·  Ladies                                                                      Red Tees

Purse & Tournament Favors
(Based on 28 Teams)

·   All amateurs will receive tournament favors valued at                                $125.00
·   Amateur prizes per tournament valued at over                                          $12,000.00
·   Prices for the Ladies Championship will be awarded according to              $125.00 per lady    

·   Professional Purse                                                                                $10,000.00

Prices will be shipped directly to your home club


     Dye Fore High above the Chavon River              Dye Fore Hole #11


Courts open at 7 A.M. Discover why La Terraza Tennis Center has been dubbed the Wimbledon of the Caribbean!


Casa de Campo ranked in the top 75 Tennis Resorts around the world in a poll by Tennis Resorts Online.

Soothe the Stress Away _ Open daily from 8 am to 8 pm

For your pleasure and indulgence, the Casa de Campo Spa Treatment Center provides a wide range of massages, facials and body treatments to complement the sporting options and relaxing influences offered by our resort.

Our expert therapists are fully trained, licensed and experienced. Please consult with them to personalize and plan your chosen treatments for maximum benefits.

Please arrive 5-10 minutes prior to your scheduled treatment.

In case of cancellation an appointment, please give us a 12-hour

notice or 50% of the service cost may be charged to your account.

Minors of 12 to 18 years of age may enjoy selected treatments only in the presence of a parent or a "Partner" treatment with one parent.

Some treatments are available in the privacy of your room or villa, including Swedish, Shiatsu or Aromatherapy massages, as well as the “Must-Have” or Aromatherapy Facials.

Surcharge of $10.00 to listed price for service in your room or villa.

All prices are subject to 16% tax and 10% service charge
and are valid until December 20, 2006


On Casa de Campos' exclusive Minitas Beach, guests can enjoy a sea of water sports. Choose from kayaks, hobbie cats, windsurfers and paddleboats. Special arrangements can be made for anglers, snorklers or those guest that wish to SCUBA dive. Minitas also houses a massage room for private soothing sessions by the water.

While you sun or play, have one of the famous Minitas Beach piña coladas Banana Boatserved in a huge pineapple. For families, La Palapa, the beach hut, is available so kids can play supervised games and sports. Parents are welcome to join or have their children play alone under the supervision of the trained La Palapa staff.

Finally, treat yourself to a day of fun in the sun or be beachy-chic while dining in beach attire at the El Pescador restaurant.

Island Hopping

On the archipelagos of the Dominican Republic romance and blissful fun can be yours. Sail to the nearby Catalina Island and enjoy it’s white sand beaches and pristine blue waters. The Sunset Sea Cruise, a private charter, is a two-hour catamaran ride for you and your loved ones to experience the spectacular Caribbean sunsets. The Chavón River Cruise aboard the charming old world “River Princess” or “Empress Lily” paddleboats is an evening tour that gets you upclose and personal with the beautiful winding Chavón River. Check with your Concierge for availability.

One Fish, Two Fish

Grab a friend for a half or full day of deep-sea fishing. Land wahoo, dolphin, tuna, kingfish, sailfish, marlin and barracuda, which are all plentiful in local waters. Fresh water fishing, a trip that winds through lush tropical vegetation, tall cliffs and palm trees down the Chavón River is also available. Though fresh water may seem like less of a challenge, weekend warriors should take heart; near world-record snook have been caught in the Chavón. The three-hour excursion includes the river guide, tackle, bait and sodas.


For those interested in photography, the two-hour river tour is a scenic ride with superb views including some Hollywood highlights.


What's to Drink?

The Pot Bunker Sports Bar   NEW!!

The NEW Pot Bunker Sports Bar brings entertainment and excitement at Casa de Campo to another level! Gather in a lively atmosphere to cheer your home team, follow your favorite sports, or see important events, live via satellite transmission, on large screen TV sets.

Hours: 3 p.m. til 1 a.m.
Reservations: not required
Attire: casual, no bathing suits.
Age requirements: Children under 12 years of age have access to the Sports Bar until 8:00 pm only if accompanied by an adult. After that time, children 13 and up may stay only if in the company of an adult.

Aqua Bar

Step out of your life and into a Hollywood movie. This swim-up bar has all the fun and luxury you could ask for in a Caribbean paradise.

Hours: 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Reservations: Not required.
Attire: Casual; bathing suits allowed

La Caña Bar

In the center of it all, La Caña Bar is ideal for a relaxing nightcap or a fun-filled evening of sizzling Latin music and live entertainment starting every evening at 10:30 P.M. Your Concierge has the schedule of live performances.

Sunday to Thursday: 5:00pm to 1:00am
Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm to 2:00am
Reservations: Not required
Attire: Casual; bathing suits must be covered

Coco Mar

Cool off with luscious Caribbean concoctions and cocktails at Minitas Beach. Be sure to try our famous pia colada served in a pineapple.

Hours: 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Reservations: Not required
Attire: Casual; bathing suits allowed

Polo Bar

The hooves are pounding and so is your heart. The invigoration and excitement of polo is enough to make anyone thirsty. Take pleasure in a cool drink or a light snack at The Polo Bar.

Hours: Open only during polo matches
Reservations: Not required
Attire: Casual

The 19th Hole

The luxury of choice is the concept of the 19th Hole. Build your own sandwich down to the last detail and then enjoy. This snack bar faces the famous Teeth of the Dog course and is the perfect place to stop and recharge after a day driving, chipping and putting in the sun. Visit the Golf Pro Shop right next door.

Bar Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Food Hours: 11:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Reservations: Not required
Attire: Casual

The Pub

Located in Altos de Chavn, The Pub provides a bit of old English ambiance. Have a pint and enjoy the company. On Friday and Saturday nights, enjoy karaoke.

Hours: Friday and Saturday from 5:00 P.M. to 1 A.M.
Reservations: Not required
Attire: Casual

Safari Bar

This luxurious locale at the SHOOTING CENTRE is rich in color, texture and safari vibes. Relax in the quiet African-theme atmosphere and enjoy drinks and light fare.

Hours: 11:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Reservations: Not required
Attire: Casual

La Terraza Bar

Giving new meaning to the term sweet spot, La Terraza is perched high above the tennis centers 13 courts, with a long, rolling panorama of the Caribbean Sea. Sip a refreshing, energizing drink while you break from playing on the perfectly manicured courts and let the sea air cool you. You could also take a quick dip in the pool right behind the caf area.

Hours: 8:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.
Attire: Casual, bathing suits allowed

Tequila Bar

Located in Altos de Chavon, the Tequila Bar is located right next to El Sombrero Mexican restaurant. Inside and outside seating is available.

Hours: 5 P.M. to 1 A.M.
Reservations: Not required
Attire: Casual

In compliance with Dominican laws, alcoholic beverages are not expended to guests under the age of 18. Bartenders and waiters may request IDs to insure compliance with this regulation.


What's to Eat?


19th Hole

The luxury of choice is the concept of the 19th Hole. Build your own sandwich down to the last detail and then enjoy. This snack bar faces the famous Teeth of the Dog course and is the perfect place to stop and recharge after a day driving, chipping and putting in the sun. Visit the Golf Pro Shop right next door.

Bar Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Food Hours: 11:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Reservations: Not required
Attire: Casual

Café del Sol

Overlooking the famous Dye Fore golf course, dine in the heart of the Altos de Chavón. Though everything is delicious, the brick-oven pizzas and ice creams are the specialties of the house. Nearby, Saint Stanislaus Church provides a backdrop of alluring Gregorian music that renders this a dining experience, not just a meal.

Hours: 11:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M.
Reservations: Not required
Attire: Casual


In the Plaza Portofino, find the crème-de-la-crème of the marina. Featuring pan-Asian flavors, sample Cantonese, Japanese sushi and other dishes. As you eat, be warmed by the vibrant décor of waterfalls, rich colors and five-star service.

Lunch: 12:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M.
Reservations: Not required
Attire: Casual for lunch

Dinner: 6:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M.
Reservations: Required
Attire: Collared shirts and long pants are required

Lago Grill

With a natural casual ambiance, Lago Grill is the place at Casa de Campo for delicious and quick buffet-style breakfasts and lunches. Overlooking the Teeth of the Dog golf course and a wide water view of the Caribbean Sea, Lago Grill will wake you up with Caribbean delights including fresh juice cocktails and tropical fruit selections, made-to-order omelets, homemade breads and fresh pancakes. For lunch enjoy the made-to-order pasta buffet, flavorful Dominican dishes and a huge salad bar. Melt into the moment at this lush, flowered, open-air eatery. Sunday brunch highlights typical Dominican criolla tastes.

Breakfast: 7:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M., Open daily
Lunch: 12:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M., Open daily
Reservations: Not Required
Attire: Casual

El Pescador

Mix it up with Mediterranean flavors prepared with an International flair. A light menu with the perfect beach side bites including fresh salads, grilled vegetables and variety of meats and seafood are perfectly complimented by the stunning view of Minitas Beach.

Lunch: 12:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M.
Reservations: Required
Attire: Casual, bathing suits are acceptable

Dinner: 6:30 P.M. to 11:00 P.M.
Reservations: Required
Attire: Collared shirt and long pants required

La Piazzetta

The feel of Venice, Napoli or Milan is inescapable at La Piazzetta. Boasting an astounding antipasto bar, made-from-scratch pasta and outstanding food cooked to perfection, sink into the romance of Casa de Campo. Nightly live music with strolling Italian minstrels and an authentic Mediterranean atmosphere complete a night to be remembered.

Hours: 6:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M.
Reservations: Required
Attire: Collared shirts and long pants required

El Sombrero

Festive, inviting and complete with a mariachi guitar trio, have your favorite traditional Mexican meal with a frozen Margarita of your choice. If you’re dining with children, visit the unofficial mascot of Altos de Chavón, a donkey named Margarito for a ride around Altos.

Hours: 6:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M.
Reservations: Required
Attire: Casual

Tropicana GRILL

Located in the hotel’s main area, the Tropicana Grill restaurant serves up the highest quality filet mignon, churrasco and other meats with pure perfection. Enjoy the open-air architecture and be sure to ask your server to recommend one of over 100 wines to complete the night’s flavors. Live piano music plays nightly and champagne is available.

Hours: 6:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M., Open daily
Reservations: Required
Attire: Collared shirts and long pants required

Upper Deck

Cool off in the shade of the Upper Deck and delight in poolside service of cold, refreshing drinks and light fare.

Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Attire: Casual, bathing suits allowed.

In 1976, on a verdant plateau 100 miles east of Santo Domingo--the historic capital of the Dominican Republic--an extraordinary cultural undertaking began to unfold. Dominican stonecutters, woodworkers, and iron-smiths combined their crafts to create the rich architectural landscape that would emerge as Altos de Chavon.

Today this vibrant cultural village perched high above the Chavon River embodies half a millennium of the island's finest tradition of crafts and art. The distant mountains of eastern Hispaniola merge with the sea to create the perfect setting for this celebration of the region's past. Nearby is Casa de Campo , one of the Caribbean's most complete resorts.

A walk down the cobblestone paths of Altos de Chavon reveals, at every turn, architecture reminiscent of another era. Coral block and terra cotta buildings enfold craft workshops, artists’ studios, galleries, shops, and restaurants. Complementing this tranquil evocation of the past is the exuberant artistry of today.


The Altos de Chavon craft ateliers are small production centers where trained local artisans execute ceramic, silk-screen, and woven-fiber products. These works are at once respectful of the island’s history yet boldly international in design concept and quality. From the lively clay apothecary jars to the brightly colored tapestries found in traditional Dominican houses, the craft ateliers keep the richness of island myth, folklore, and handcrafted expression very much alive. The posters, note cards, and printed T-shirts produced by the silk-screen workshop are among the most authentic in the Caribbean.

The performing arts are showcased in the village's spectacular 5,000-seat open-air amphitheater. Since its inauguration in 1982 by Frank Sinatra and Carlos Santana, the amphitheater has hosted concerts, symphonies, theatrical events, and festivals featuring such renowned artists as Julio Iglesias, Gloria Estefan, Sergio Mendes, Dizzy Gillespie, Air Supply, Pilobulos, and the Dance Theater of Harlem.

The village is a vital source of inspiration, professional training, and artistic expression. Diverse educational and artistic programming, in a breathtaking natural and architectural setting, provides Altos de Chavon with its unique ability to stimulate creativity and cultural interchange.



Casa de Campo is a luxurious 7,000-acre oceanfront resort community where beautiful villas, lots and apartments are surrounded by sugar cane fields and lush tropical foliage. Located in the heart of the Caribbean on the south eastern coast of the Dominican Republic, a country known for its warm and friendly people. Casa de Campo is both a magnificent resort and the ideal vacation investment for people from all over the world.

Casa de Campo, in La Romana, is situated on the southern shore of the beautiful island of Hispaniola (in the Dominican Republic), two hours east of the capital city of Santo Domingo. With three championship courses on the property, it offers some of the best Golf in the Caribbean.

Only in the past couple of decades have the grand resorts really discovered the potential of the Dominican Republic, and their presence on the island is growing almost exponentially. Casa de Campo, sprawls over more than 6,900 acres and is the most famous and, arguably, the most luxurious of them all.

Casa de Campo is a world-within-a-world of private villas, hotel suites and rooms, nine restaurants, ten bars, three golf courses, a beach, three swimming pools, 13 tennis courts, a world-class spa and health club, horseback riding, polo, and skeet shooting and, of course, shopping. Casa de Campo is huge, so big in fact that you need a golf cart to get around.

Other attractions include Altos de Chavon, a recreation of a 16th century Mediterranean village and a step back to a time when life moved much more slowly. Altos is a charming collection of shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions.

The resort is also home to several of the most celebrated golf courses in the world. In fact, golf has played a major role in the development of Casa de Campo's international reputation. Its most famous offering, Teeth of the Dog, designed by Pete Dye and opened in 1971, and was ranked number 17 on Golf Digest’s “Top 100 Courses Outside the US” in 2005. Two more Pete Dye complete the Casa de Campo collection and, together, Casa’s “Three Amigos” offer a rare opportunity for the golf vacation of a lifetime.

Buying a villa automatically makes you a member of the exclusive Casa de Campo Villa Owners’ Club. Your select membership will make owning a villa not only enjoyable but also profitable. You’ll enjoy your villa, relish your time there, relax and have fun.


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Our Listings

See all of the listings we have in Casa de Campo.  Prices are subject to change at any moment, so please contact us for the latest and greatest prices, special offers, and discounts! 

Lots and Land for Sale in Casa De Campo, La Romana $3,800,000
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$3,800,000 USD
"6,216 m2 in front of the Marina Casa de Campo "
Size 6216.23 sq. m.
Style Lot / Land
Type Lots and Land
Homes for Sale in Casa De Campo, La Romana, La Romana $3,392,000
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Las Colinas (8BR)

"Exquisite Casa de Campo Living"
$3,392,000 USD
"Great Price!!"
Style Single Story
Type Residential