Save the Date! The Altos de Chavón Regional Museum of Archaeology will be hosting a Summer Camp from Monday the 6th to Friday the 18th of July, where children will learn about history through explorations and games.
The Hispaniolan Lizard cuckoo is a very elusive and sneaky bird, you can find them in the many gardens of Altos de Chavón specifically in the trees, moving from one branch to another in search of their favorite food “the lizards” – hence their name.
The Clínica de Familia is a comprehensive community health services organization in La Romana, which runs one of the largest HIV clinics in the Dominican Republic, in addition to primary care services, an adolescent reproductive health clinic, and a specialized clinic for sex workers, among other programs.
In this week’s edition of “This week in the Dominican Republic” we learn about plans for a power plant at Saona Island, steps to reduce electricity costs and stabilize the supply, as well as continued success in Dominican Baseball.
There are an entire flock of Hispaniolan Parakeets living in Casa de Campo! These beautiful little green birds, which are endemic to the Dominican Republic, can be found at the Casa de Campo hotel and on the Teeth of the Dog!
The La Romana bypass, from the day of its inauguration, has become one of the busiest routes in the Eastern region of the Dominican Republic, with an increased traffic flow due to the holiday season, but also because it connects the “Autopista del Coral” (from La Romana to Punta Cana) with “La Autovia del Este” (to […]
Today, Thursday May 30th, the Dominican Republic celebrates “Corpus Christi” Day, a feast day based on Catholic traditions and religious beliefs – also shared among many European and Latin countries. On this day many attend church to commemorate Jesus’ last supper as a way of showing love and gratitude; a principal Christian ritual. Today (Thursday […]
This stunning photo of the sun setting on the Caribbean Ocean was submitted by Casa de Campo resident and proud amateur photographer Philip Silvestri during a trip to Palmilla, our own natural swimming pool.