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Thanksgiving is almost here. Some are choosing not to celebrate, to celebrate in smaller groups, to use socially-distanced measures, and more. This year might have gotten a bit bumpy, and we are sure we all have had our ups and downs, but we are certain we all have things to be thankful for.
Whilst it may not be a Dominican tradition and it is certainly not a Dominican holiday (meaning we don’t get a day off) BUT, Thanksgiving is still celebrated in the Dominican Republic – by many different groups of people and in many different ways to give thanks for everything in our lives.
We all love a good meal and there’s no better time of the year to indulge in scrumptious goodies than in this harvest festival that is almost a 400-year-old tradition. Although this time around the group might be limited to those closest to you, surround yourself with your loved ones and partake in Casa de Campo’s dinner specials, and have a good time at home. If you do plan to spend Thanksgiving with people outside your household, remember to always take steps to make your celebration safer.
For those looking for a delicious and stress-free way to celebrate, remember that it is possible with Casa de Campo’s exceptional villa catering service. Choose from a Traditional or Dominican menu, the latter of which includes turkey with pork mofongo stuffing, brussels sprouts, and a delicious green beans salad with feta cheese. Dessert includes a choice of pecan pie, apple tart, or pumpkin cheesecake.
Prep your Thanksgiving plans in advance by calling the resort to make your reservations!