Casa De Campo - All Inclusive Trip
CASA DE CAMPO
FABULOUS 5 STAR HOLIDAY
10 Night All-Inclusive Holiday to Casa de Campo
♦ Return Flights to Punta Cana
♦ Airport Transfers
♦ 10 Nights in Fabulous 5 Star Hotel at Casa de Campo Resort
♦ All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Evening Meal)
♦ All Drinks (Alcoholic & Non Alcoholic)
♦ 6 Rounds of Golf
(2 x Teeth of The Dog, 2 x The Links & 2 x Dye Fore)
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Return Flights to Punta Cana via Philadelphia or similar
10 Nights in 5* Hotel at Casa de Campo Resort
All Inclusive Basis
(All Meals and Drinks at 6 different a la carte restaurants)
6 Rounds of Golf
(Teeth of the Dog x 2, The Links x 2 & Dye Fore x 2 - or can be tailormade to suit)
Please Note: Price based per person sharing – If single occupancy required an additional supplement will apply.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC LUXURY GOLF RESORT
The most exclusive Resort in the Caribbean.
Since it opened in La Romana almost 50 years ago as the first resort in the Dominican Republic, Casa de Campo Resort & Villas has been a favorite luxury destination for discerning travelers and celebrities the world over. Known as the best golf resort, the 3 Pete Dye golf courses include Teeth of the Dog, which is the #1 ranked course in the Caribbean.
The activities are all world class — 7 outstanding restaurants including the stunning new Minitas Beach Club, a Marina, Equestrian Center featuring Polo, Shooting Course, great shopping and 3 private pristine white sand beaches.
I fell in love then with the area and in particular with the Teeth of the Dog which I described then and continue to describe as my favourite golf course in the world.
I don't necessarily think that is the “BEST” but in terms of beauty, playability and condition it is quite, quite, quite outstanding. The designer Pete Dye has said that he only designed about 20% of it, the rest was given to him by nature. It features the Caribbean everywhere of course but in particular on the front nine you have the Caribbean on your left and on the back nine it is on your right. So essentially there is no bailout area.
At the time the Dollar was pretty weak so it was within our compass but subsequently Casa de Campo became even more exclusive, the Punt and the Euro faded away against the Dollar and literally the place was outside our budget. What has now happened is a major change of heart in Casa de Campo.
They have spent 15 million on renovations bringing everything up-to-date, they have realised that there is great competition in the Dominican Republic for golfing business, it is in fact outstanding in terms of quality golf courses and they have come up to one particular travel agent in Ireland, us, with offers which to me is probably the best value I have come across in my almost fifty years of organising golf holidays.