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Miguelito, one of Casa de Campo’s dearest ponies, heads for life of retirement!

After 25 years of bringing much joy and happiness to many kids, Miguelito, one of Casa de Campo’s dearest ponies, has retired! Miguelito will now be in the Petting Zoo where he will continue to interact with children and the Casa de Campo guests in a different way.  This beloved pony was sent brought here […]

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The 35th Sugar Shooting Tournament: Driven Pheasant and Partridge Shoot at Rancho Peligro

The Sugar Shooting Tournament hosted annually by J. Pepe Fanjul has quite the number of games for shooting enthusiasts, and the 35th-anniversary edition commenced earlier this week. Invited guests are able to enjoy Casa de Campo’s world-class shooting facilities as they participate in Sporting Clays, Colombaire, and Partridge & Pheasant Game Shooting, the latter of […]

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Annual Lobster ban is in effect… Here’s why you should NOT eat or buy lobster until June 30th

The Dominican Republic, together with other countries from the Caribbean and Central America has banned its residents and visitors from fishing and selling lobsters – from the 1st of March to the 30th of June. This is why when you’re next out on your boat, at the beach, or in a restaurant – resist treating […]

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Flowers in Casa de Campo #10: Isabel Segunda

Welcome to our tenth article in the series of posts ‘Flowers in Casa de Campo’, an insight into the many different types of plants found across the Casa de Campo complex. Today we bring you the “Isabel Segunda.”  The majestic blue color of the Isabel Segunda is why it bears the name of a distinguished royal […]

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Flowers in Casa de Campo #9: Bayahibe Rose

Welcome to our ninth article in the series of posts ‘Flowers in Casa de Campo’, an insight into the many different types of plants found across the Casa de Campo complex. Today we bring you the “Bayahibe Rose.”  Its scientific name is Leuenbergeria quisqueyana, although it was previously known as Pereskia quisqueyana (it changed its […]

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Flowers in Casa de Campo #8: African Tuliptree “Amapola”

Welcome to our eighth article in the series of posts ‘Flowers in Casa de Campo’, an insight into the many different types of plants found across the Casa de Campo complex. Today we bring you the “African Tuliptree.” Scientifically called Spathodea campanulata or Amapola, as is known in the Dominican Republic, is a native from […]

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Flowers in Casa de Campo #7: Ginger

Welcome to our seventh article in the series of posts ‘Flowers in Casa de Campo’, an insight into the many different types of plants found across the Casa de Campo complex. Today we bring you the “Ginger.” Although it shares the same name as the famous ginger root, this flower does not produce edible ginger, […]

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Exploring the Dominican Republic – Summer in Mountainous Land, Los Haitises National Park

Summer has already started, and with it, we prepare to go on vacation and live new experiences. Can you imagine visiting a place where the probability of rain is more than 75% and where you can counteract the summer heat? In our article today, we take you to the northeast of the Dominican Republic, where […]

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Ban on conch fishing and consumption has begun: July 1st – October 31st

While we celebrate the end of the lobster ban, which officially ended on June 30th, we alert you to forego the purchase, sale, and consumption of the conch (lambí). From July 1st through the 31st of October, various species of conch, mainly the queen conch, while also including the mule foot conch, the Santa María conch, […]

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Exploring the Dominican Republic – Monkeyland

If you are an animal lover and wish to play an active role in the protection of wildlife, to the east of the Dominican Republic is the “Anamuya” mountain where you will find Monkeyland; a natural habitat full of colorful trees, flowers, and medicinal plants, where charming squirrel monkeys have made it their home for […]