Golf Accommodation and Hotels
Casa De Campo4 star
In the South-east cost of the Dominican Republic and 6 miles from La Romana International Airport, 60 miles from Santo Domingo Las Americas International Airport and 60 miles from Punta Cana International Airport, Casa de Campo has led the way in making the Dominican Republic a force to be reckoned …From £302.00 Per Person
Opened since 2009, The Elegance is smaller than it’s adjacent sister hotel, The Colonial, and is more discreet and has a high level of service and attention-to-detail for discerning clients. The minimum age of residents is 18. Based on the “all-inclusive” concept, you can relax, play sport, eat and …From £133.00 Per Person
A five-star ocean front Resort, it boasts a stunning beach and a first-class service and facility level. Based on the “all-inclusive” concept, you can relax, play sport, eat and drink amid the prolific flora and fauna of the Dominican The Majestic Colonial Punta Cana is located in Arena Gorda …From £114.00 Per Person
Iberostar Bavaro5 star
The 5-star All Inclusive Iberostar Bávaro Hotel is tucked away in a coveted location between lush tropical gardens and the incredible Playa Bávaro, an amazing beach with powdery soft white sand and intensely rich turquoise waters. The hotel offers 75 2-story bungalows, shopping center, pharmacy, …
Tortuga Bay5 star
If you fancy the sunshine and the golf of the Dominican Republic but are looking for a boutique hotel away from the “buzz” of a big resort, then look no further. A member of Leading Hotels of the World and AAA Five Diamond winner, Tortuga Bay is a marvellous creation of just 30 suites in 13 villas …
Barcelo Bavaro Beach5 star
This adult’s only hotel is situated on the beach front in the midst of a marvellous coconut plantation with 391 rooms with views of the sea, the pool or beautiful gardens. This is a more tranquil hotel and has the edge on the Palace Deluxe for service and presentation. Most of the bedrooms are …
Punta Cana Resort & Club4 star
The Westin Puntacana Resort & Club is scheduled for opening in winter 2013. Guests will enjoy the full suite of Westin signature amenities in a spectacular beachfront setting in the picturesque Playa Blanca area. Conveniently located just minutes away from our privately owned Punta Cana …
With 7 holes along the Caribbean Sea, Teeth of the Dog deserves its ranking as the 28th best golf course in the world. Designer Pete Dye calls it his masterpiece and points out that the course was “definitely designed by the man upstairs”. Teeth of the Dog is simply brilliant. It …
The Corales Golf Club, designed by Tom Fazio, is a true and complete golf experience playing through many wonderful and stunning environments. From unique golf holes playing beside crystal blue water and coralina quarries to inland golf holes defined lush palms and detailed landscaping to the …
Punta Espada is the first of three golf courses to be designed in Cap Cana by “The Golden Bear”. The magnificent course is beautifully integrated into the existing landscape of Cap Cana which includes the breath taking views of the Caribbean ocean, huge bluffs and waterways. …
The second Jack Nicklaus signature golf course offers perfectly placed holes to exhibit the natural splendour of the surroundings. A true glimpse of the future, this is where ecology meets golf with zones of great natural importance being actually incorporated in the design of this spectacular …
La Cana Golf Course is one of the most beautiful and most challenging golf courses in the Caribbean. P. B. Dye designed this spectacular seaside golf course. 14 holes feature breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea, and 4 holes play along the ocean itself. P. B. Dye has designed each hole to present …
Six-time Spanish Champion, Jose "Pepe" Gancedo, designed Cocotal by following the lay of the land, using the natural terrain to provide a route easily remembered long after the player finishes. The trademarks of the course include strategically placed trees, bunkers, mounds, gently rolling …
Catalonia Caribe is probably the narrowest and most technical course in Punta Cana with a few lakes that complete the view of the tropical jungle surrounding the whole course. The sixth hole is a short Par three where golfers must carry the biggest lake to get to the island green…Take a few …
Cana Bay is the newest Nicklaus design in the Dominican Republic. Jungle landscape with undulated fairways, strategically-placed bunkers and ravines makes this course enjoyable as well as memorable. The key to scoring well at Cana Bay is keeping the ball in play off the tee and approaching the …
The Barceló golf course has recently been completely re-designed by P.B. Dye, who has turned this course into one of the best inland courses in the Caribbean. Playing though one of the most beautiful settings in the Dominican Republic, Barceló golf course offers a nature experience …
Welcome to Punta Cana Golf, the guide to golfing in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Punta Cana is the hottest golf destination in the Caribbean because Punta Cana golf courses are spectacular. With 12 golf courses open and many more under construction, a golfing boom is definitely happening …
Iberostar is located inside the Iberostar resort complex and is the latest P.B. Dye golf course in Punta Cana. Iberostar golf course is one of the best inland courses in the area. Fairway landscaping, massive bunkers, devilishly-placed greenside traps and big lakes will surprise and challenge …
In the midst of nature’s treasure-trove, The Faldo Legacy Course demands the very best your game has to offer. It is an invitation to experience the most uniquely dramatic course in the Caribbean. Taking full advantage of the contrasting environments of elevated headlands, pristine white-sand …
18 Holes, PB Dye designed facility The Barceló Golf de Bávaro was re design and remodel by the renowned architect PB Dye, overlooking and supervising the whole process himself. December 2010 the golf course opened his doors to the Barceló guests as well to the public. …
Another sensation by Pete Dye. Dye Fore is situated on the elevated riverside of the Chavon River in the high-end resort of Casa de Campo. On the front nine you start by playing down hill towards the private port of the resort before returning uphill to finish the front nine. The view of the …
The Links course, also designed by Pete Dye, is a moderately hilly track with tall bahia and guinea grass roughs as well as plenty of sand traps to keep you on your toes. Considered by some players to be reminiscent of traditional British and Scottish courses, it has several lagoons and even lakes …
Punta Cana Golf Breaks
Manatí Park Bávaro
Theme park in the outskirts of Bávaro featuring a taíno show, a dolphin show, a seal show, a parrot show and a horse show. You can swim with the dolphins and tour the orchid beds and try the various restaurants. The park focuses on conservation of endangered native animal species.
Taínos were the first inhabitants of the island called Hispaniola, composed of Haiti and Dominican Republic, before the Conquistadores came in. Their sacred dances were called areítos and were used to communicate with their gods and spirits.
These dances were accompanied of diverse musical instruments, being the tamboras (drums) among them - and this translates directly to modern music in which tamboras play a big role.
La Romana – Things to do
Cigar Factory Tour - Tabacalera de Garcia - Over 4,000 workers making some of the world's most highly regarded Dominican cigars! Definitely a great experience and a great two hours. Only a cab ride away from Punta Cana.
Altos de Chavón - Altos de Chavón is an artist village situated hight above the Chavón River. It has a tradition of arts and crafts and there are lots of art galleries among cobblestoned paths.
Visit the Market - In La Romana there is a real must-see market. There is absolutly no problem just wandering around and looking at the different stalls without buying anything.
Isla Saona - Here you'll can find beautiful wild beaches and a fisherman's village.
Dressel Divers - La Romana offers world-class scuba diving opportunities right off the one of the areas most popular beaches. Dressel Divers offers diving excursions seven days a week and 15 different dive sites spread out over a 20-minute boat ride.
La Romana Beaches - La Romana and its environs are home to several pristine beaches. Two of the most popular beaches are La Minitas and the tranquil Bayahibe. For the ultimate tropical beach experience, take a boat to the protected islands of Catalina and Sanoa where you will find soft, white sand and warm turquoise waters.
Water activities include snorkeling, sailing, deep sea fishing and scuba diving. There are numerous dive operators in La Romana. Two of the most popular dive sites are off Catalina Island and Sanoa Island, where you're likely to see whales, turtles and sharks.
Dance to Caribbean rhythms! The nightclubs of La Romana-Bayahibe are renowned for having some of the best DJ's and live music in the area. For a wonderful night, nightclubs are not the only option. There are many lively bars and lounge bars open until the early hours of the morning.
The club’s striking design comes with three VIP lounges, two screens for shadow dancers and a special outdoor terrace for smokers. The club offers a nightly tropical opening show and an interesting fusion of music in several languages, which combines African rhythms and Caribbean style.
The hotel clubs and bars - The best entertainment is at the hotels, where programs can change weekly or even daily based on their house. El Pirata at Hotel Santana Beach Resort offers non-residents a night pass for about $20 entitling you to dinner and drinks. Shows on Wednesday and Friday at 9pm are followed by dancing from 10:30pm to 2am when a DJ plays salsa, merengue, and pop. On-site is a casino, open daily from 8pm to 4am.
Within the artists' colony of Altos de Chavón you'll find a disco, associated with Casa de Campo: Discoteque Genesis is open every Thursday to Sunday from 11pm till at least 2am and often later. Entrance costs up to $16 which will include access to an open bar throughout the evening. The preferred musical selection is merengue and whatever Latino nightclubs in Miami might be focusing on at the time.
La Locura at Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach in Bayahibe is the scene of much of the local action. You have to call the management during the day and arrange for a night pass (about $20 for dinner and drinks) to this is an all-inclusive resort. The club is usually open from 11:30pm to about 4am.
Pot Bunker Sports Bar at Casa del Campo is a popular gathering spot at night, especially for male guests or for anyone who lingered too long at cocktails and suddenly discovered that all the other restaurants at the resort were closed! Major sports events are broadcast live via satellite transmission on large-screen TV’s. Remains open daily from 3pm to midnight.