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The Procigar Festival, a celebration, vacation and journey of discovery for cigar enthusiasts, which takes in cigar factory tours, visits to the tabacco fields, golf and a little fun dominican culture (beaches and merengue) starts this Sunday the 6th of February in Altos de Chavón!
At 6pm on Sunday, the Casa Montecristo cigar shop and lounge will host the inauguration cocktail to the Procigar festival, to welcome the festivals guests and to give residents, visitors and Casa de Campo villa owners the opportunity to take part in a little of the famous Procigar festival. At the cocktail, which all Casa de Campo Living readers are cordially invited to attend (click here for more info), Casa de Campo guests will mix with the festivals guests and unite in a shared love of cigars!
Following the welcome cocktail the guests of Procigar festival will remain in Casa de Campo until Tuesday the 8th of February and will take part in the Procigar Festival Golf Tournament on the Teeth of the Dog with Jose Sejias, master cigar blender, as well as visit the Tabacalera de Garcia Cigar Factory – the world’s largest hand-rolled cigar factory, located just outside Casa de Campo.
Are you a cigar enthusiast?
The Tabacalera de Garcia Cigar Factory is open to the public for FREE factory tours. For more information, click here.
Following their stay in Casa de Campo, the cigar aficionados of the Procigar festival will journey into the heart of the Cigar Country, Santiago de los Caballeros, about 160 miles from, La Romana, for a diversity of options to choose from, including cigar factory tours to General Cigar, Davidoff, Matasa, La Aurora and Tabaquisa, beer & rum factory tours, city tours, merengue lessons, seminars, sail on a catamaran along the north coast, play a round of golf or just relax in the tropical scenery breezes of the Puerto Plata beach.
Procigar will host this year Silent Charity Donations on every dinner in Santiago to benefit the Voluntariado de Jesus con los Niños (Non – Profit organization for ill children) and the Hospicio San Vicente de Paul (retirement home for low income elders). A raffle of special products will be made at the Final Dinner among the participants of these donations.
This article was written by Rebecca Hughes, editor of Casa de Campo Living and Casa de Campo’s entertainment specialist!
Rebecca Hughes, Editorial and Events Marketing
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