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 […]
Welcome to our second 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 Jade Vine.
Hello Casa de Campo Living readers! Welcome to our second 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 hibiscus which is one of our favorites! The hibiscus produces beautiful blooms when […]
The agave plant has become one of the most commonly spotted plants throughout the whole of Casa de Campo. The agave plant is recognized by its green, thick, fleshy leaves, each ending generally in a sharp point and with a spiny margin; the stout stem is usually short, the leaves apparently springing from the root. […]
In a tournament marked by rough seas and windy squalls Captain Brent Gaskill from North Carolina guided his team aboard the 64’ custom Jarret Bay to a comfortable victory during the three days of fishing in the prestigious Casa de Campo International Blue Marlin Classic 2019, first leg of the Dominican Billfish Triple-Header Series. But, […]
The third Marina Casa de Campo Open hosted by FlyZone Fishing is back and will be starting the second weekend of March. This fishing tournament is modeled off of Florida’s prestigious Reef Cup where Blue marlin, white marlin, sailfish and spearfish are eligible for catch and release.
Every year the The Billfish Report announces its Top 10 Billfisheries of the Year, and this year it has named Casa de Campo as #10! Criteria for the Top 10 include fish numbers, variety of billfish species, average size of fish, length of season and number of boats fishing.
While we celebrate the end of the lobster, and crab ban officially ended on June 30th, we alert you to forego the purchase, sell, and consumption of conch. From July 1st through the 31st of October, various species of conch, mainly the queen conch, while also including the mulefoot conch, the Santa María conch, and various others are […]
For those who love water and adventure, the sea is their paradise, between the biodiversity of life and the different water activities that we can do in it, and as they say “Life is sweeter in the sea.” That’s why today we dedicate it to those wonderful places so full of life the Oceans. World […]
On Tuesday, April 24th, the 31st Annual Sugar Shooting tournament began with the first shots fired at Rancho Peligro, Casa de Campo’s private wilderness reserve. Various shooting enthusiasts and a couple of man’s best friend made their way to the Casa de Campo Shooting facility for the first day of the tournament.
From Monday, April 23 through Sunday, April 29, 2018, J. Pepe Fanjul will host the 31st Casa de Campo Sugar Shooting Tournament as part of the “Sugar Event” comprised of the Casa de Campo Sugar Golf tournament and the Sugar Shooting, both annual events held at Casa de Campo facilities; La Romana Country Club, the […]