The art of ceramics in the Dominican Republic dates back as far as when the Tainos inhabited the island, in the days when Columbus arrived proclaiming the Dominican Republic “the most beautiful that human eyes could see”. This art, this legacy, which has been handed down through generations, continues to thrive here in Altos de Chavón, […]
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Happy 40th anniversary Casa de Campo!
August 2014 marks the 40th anniversary of the Casa de Campo resort! So… Happy Birthday Casa de Campo!
Legal implications of the special law of naturalization
On May 23rd of this year, law 169-14 was enacted by Dominican president Danilo Medina. This law put en end to the uncertainty regarding the status and citizenship of tens of thousands of foreigners born in conditions of illegality on Dominican soil, and whose citizenship had been revoked by a previous law enacted last September, […]
The best is yet to come! Congratulations to the ALS Class of 2014!
It was that time of year again…the rite of passage in which we see our youth celebrate 14 years of hard work, growing and developing into young men and women ready to take the world by storm. The past 13th of June, the Abraham Lincoln School celebrated its 32nd graduation at the Flamboyan Convention Center in Casa […]
There is no better gift than a book. Help Fundación MIR with their book drive!
“A man may as well expect to grow stronger by always eating as wiser by always reading,” said Jeremy Collier once.We all know books are like food to the mind and soul, they are perhaps one of the most powerful and useful tools provided to us, if not the most. One simple book has the […]
From children to young adults, Fundacion MIR graduates their 8th Graders
We love graduation season, it feels great to see our young go through the different stages of their education and celebrate their achievements. It feels even better to see those who achieve this against all odds celebrate such a triumph.
Oh Casa de Campo, what’s not to love about you?
Seeing the Buzzfeed craze that has everyone doing lists we thought it’d be fun to do our own list, one we are sure will have everyone feeling very identified. Here are the 30 Reasons nobody can help falling in love with Casa de Campo seen through Instagram photos.
Luis-Emilio Rodriguez: “Sooner or later Iberia will come to La Romana”
The La Romana – Casa de Campo International Airport is bringing us more and more options for our travels and recently Luis-Emilio Rodriguez, Director of the La Romana – Casa de Campo International Airport, the La Romana Port and the president of ASONAHORES, the Dominican Republic’s Hotel and Tourism Association, was quoted saying “sooner or later […]
Romana in Colors workshop a great artistic success
My favorite form of immortalizing moments has always been photography, yet there is something quite magical about paintings, with paintings it is as if every stroke told a story of the feelings created by what inspired you; it is somewhat deeper, more touching, more intriguing.
New addition to Altos de Chavón cuisine!
We love trying new things and we absolutely love when we have a new restaurant to explore and enjoy. Café del Río, a restaurant whose name is an inspired combination of two very popular past restaurants- Café del Sol y Casa del Río -has just opened its doors in Altos de Chavón. The new restaurant […]
Last chance to change your cedula in Casa de Campo
In an attempt to make things safer for all of us happy residents of this country, the beautiful Dominican Republic, the main form of ID, better known as ‘cédula’ is being modernized.