26 golf courses
If you’re going to the Dominican to play golf , there’s no real cheap way to do it. These top courses are anything but cheap to play with stand-alone green fees upwards of $300 at some of the more high-end courses and well into triple digits at most others. Not all are expensive though.
Renowned for having the most magnificent golf courses in the Caribbean region, and Latin America , the Dominican Republic is the undisputed leader of golf in the tropics.
The U.S. State Department’s 2019 travel advisory designates the Dominican Republic as a Level 2 destination, which advises visitors to “exercise increased caution.” The advisory cites the Dominican Republic crime rate and states, “The wide availability of weapons, the use and trade of illicit drugs, and a weak criminal
Casa de Campo offers several vacation package options including European Plan (accommodations only), Breakfast Plan and an add-on all – inclusive plan. The all – inclusive plan for superior and luxury rooms includes a full American breakfast, lunch and dinner daily at resort restaurants (some surcharges may apply).
Re: PUNTA CANA – What does it mean ? Punta Cana literally translates to “white point” but actually refers to the palm leaves which you see in roof construction. This is what we were told by the locals.
Believe it or not, Costa Rica is a top golfing destination in Central America with six renowned golf courses on its Pacific Coast and in its Central Valley.
Areas to avoid in the Dominican Republic Some high-crime areas in the capital city of Santo Domingo include Arroyo Hondo, Naco, Gazcue, Cristo Rey and Villa Agricola. Violent crimes such as theft, muggings and even murder have occurred. If confronted, always hand over your belongings.
You can ‘t drink the tap water It is generally safe to gargle with tap water after brushing your teeth , but do avoid drinking from the tap . Bottled water is widely available, and many tourists even use it to brush their teeth – it’s recommended if you have a sensitive stomach.
When thinking about the best time to visit the Dominican Republic , it’s worth bearing in mind that there are two main seasons; one wet and one dry. The dry season runs from December to April and is peak tourist season in the region while the wet season runs from June to November and is a quieter time tourism-wise.