Rainbow Minitas Beach Casa de Campo

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Rainbow Minitas Beach Casa de Campo

While it may not have felt like it, the last 6 months has been “hurricane season” in the Dominican Republic, and today Saturday November the 30th marks the official end of this rainy, windy season! Yippeee!  

Hurricane season 2013 started on June 1st 2013, following which we all braced ourselves for the arrival of tropical depressions, tropical storms and perhaps even a hurricane, which fortunately never arrived. After the near-miss of Tropical Storm Chantal in mid-July, all was quiet and any tropical cyclones that did develop didn’t even come close to affecting the Dominican Republic. Compared to previous years this complete lack of unpleasant weather was a great blessing!

So what now? Well now that hurricane season is over, we can expect the weather to continue to get nicer and nicer! From December to March, the weather in Casa de Campo (and across the entire Dominican Republic) is most pleasant, as temperatures and humidity drops – as does rainfall.  It does of course continue to be bright, sunny and warm!

So, if you are somewhere in the United States or another country where the weather is pretty cold (or even freezing and snowy) – you can always come to Casa de Campo and celebrate a “tropical” Christmas or holiday season. There are more flights than ever before arriving at the Casa de Campo – La Romana airport (click here for details), and with the opening of the new La Romana Bypass earlier this week making the journey between La Romana and Santo Domingo less than 45 minuets, getting to Casa de Campo from anywhere in the world is now easier than ever!!

Come visit us! We look forward to having you here!