We excitedly await the Davidoff Tour Gastronomique Art & Gourmet Weekend coming to Casa de Campo Feb 18th – 24th, which will offer a tour of the Davidoff tobacco fields located in Santiago, as well as provide exclusive Limited Edition cigars in pairings with culinary events by Swiss Chef Peter Knogl and Executive Chef of the Casa de […]
Also known as Columbus Day in the United States, today Hispanic nations celebrate the diversity of races and cultures found in their countries.
Casa de Campo’s neighborhoods have all kinds of odd Spanish names, and not everyone speaks the language – so here’s a lightning quick run-through of what those odd Los’es and Punta’s mean.
The La Romana – Casa de Campo International Airport is one of the country’s largest hubs for international travel, but where exactly can you go?
The month of August is when we celebrate the United Nations’ International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, and while we missed the actual date (August 9th), we thought now would be a good moment to give you some interesting info on the Taíno, the native peoples of the Dominican Republic.
Now a regular performer here at Casa de Campo and an excellent Bulgarian musician, we sat down for an interview and recorded a live session with prodigious trumpet player and singer Victor Mitrov.
Our lovely ocean friends are in grave danger of going extinct. What’s being done about it?
Today, August 16th, is known as Dominican Restoration Day, in which Dominicans celebrate their victory over Spanish forces in the Restoration War.
One of the two artists displayed in the “Around the Bases” exhibit recently on show at the Altos de Chavón Gallery, Cuban artist Wilfredo Torres represents a living history of art, and we have an exclusive interview with the man himself.
The Altos de Chavón Amphitheatre has, since its inception, been a modern-yet-rustic bastion for art and music, always presenting indomitable artists such as Carlos Santana, Sting and Frank Sinatra. Nowadays Ana Pereyra, a true “Romanense” (meaning someone born and raised in La Romana), manages this iconic venue, with a die-hard determination to maintain and improve […]
Meet the parrotfish. This big colorful fish could be the saving grace or a death sentence for the Caribbean’s coral reefs. Find out what you can do to help.