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Noche Dominicana con sabor y calor! Tuesday 20th April – full details here!

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This month the Rolex Farr 40 regatta – the most prestigious sailing regatta in the world will be taking place out of the Marina Casa de Campo and to welcome the sailors and visitors to our country Casa de Campo Living and the Marina Casa de Campo are hosting a NOCHE DOMINICANA!!

The races begin on Wednesday the 21st of April and so on Tuesday the 2oth of April the Marina Casa de Campo will come alive with all things Dominican; Dominican music, dancing, food and the Dominican Spirit for life and partying!

There will be:

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Un Pericombo (like a Perico Ripiao) – a traditional Dominican merengue band playing all our favourite classic Dominican merengue tunes.
Come and show off your dancing skills! «They’ll be dancing, dancing in the streets…..»

A Latin Music DJ – no part of the Marina Casa de Campo will be left without music and entertainment! This is the night to BAILA BAILA BAILA todo la Noche!


The Kandela Dancers – these beautiful and talented young men and women will be parading through the streets, performing, and dancing to the traditional Dominican music, as well as posing for the occasional photo.

MEN – don’t miss out, these ladies really are stunning and will be wearing little more than sequined bikinis!

A Costume Competition – really get into the spirit of the party and dress up in your best interpretation of traditional Dominican Dress! More details soon!

Dominican Food and RUM – no Dominican Night could possibly be complete without plenty of rum!


Picture 1The Noche Dominicana is now being sponsored by RON ATLANTICO – the Dominican Republic’s most delicious rum! Ron Atlantico will be at the event serving their famous rum for FREE! If you still haven’t tried RON ATLANTICO – make sure you come and join us on the Calle Barlovento from 7pm next tuesday!!

Did you know? You can now buy RON ATLANTICO at the Nacional supermarket and the Block and Barrel in the Marina Casa de Campo!

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