What are the best courses to play in the Dominican Republic?
It is hard to surpass the Dye Designed Teeth of the Dog’s joy at the luxurious resort of Casa de Campo. This is one of the finest courses in the world and often ranked in the world top 100. Other fabulous courses in the Dominican also include Punta Espada, Corales at Punta Cana, Playa Grande, The Dye Fore at Casa de Campo, La Cana and La Romana. If playing golf in tropical heat with incredible vistas and scenery and playing impeccably designed golf courses is what you are looking for then search no further than the Dominican Republic.
What are other activities available in the Dominican Republic?
As a Caribbean island, bordered by both the Atlantic (North Coast) and the Caribbean Sea (East and South coasts), the Dominican Republic enjoys some stunning, turquoise seas, rich in fish and coral. Scuba diving is one of the Dominican Republic’s main attractions and well worth exploring on your next golf trip for a free day of finding fairways.
The dry, turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Chavón River are the Casa de Campo Resort and Villas’ playgrounds. Between the fun of deep-water fishing to the serenity of kayaking through the mountains, to finding the world under the waves while snorkelling, you’ll enjoy what the water has to offer.
The dishes of the Dominican Republic, while little known, are a fascinating mix of its varied traditions, from African, Taino and Italian, to the contributions of refugees arriving in the DR from the Middle East, Asia, and the Mediterranean. This has resulted in important contributions to the gastronomy scene. You’ll taste Caribbean rice and beans with uniquely Dominican dishes such as mango and sancocho.
What is the best time to visit the Dominican Republic on a golf break?
Sublime temperature is one of the Dominican Republic’s greatest draws. In reality, the weather here is so good. You might say it’s one of the biggest tourist attractions in this Caribbean region. This will be difficult to choose a bad month to visit Punta Cana because it is dry and sunny all year round. Vacationers come here to bask in the beautiful sunlight and enjoy the exceptional beaches that have earned the highest scores from those that rate the beaches globally. Humidity can be elevated relative to other parts of the planet, but this is offset by the strong wind that flows out of the ocean.
However, we would recommend that January through to May is when you will have the very best conditions and temperatures for playing golf for optimal golfing conditions.
Is the Dominican Republic safe to travel to?
The Simple answer is yes, The Golf Resorts are located in the country’s wealthier regions and are considered very safe.
Why Choose Eagle golf tours for a trip to the Dominican Republic?
Eagle golf tours have been building Caribbean holidays for 28 years for our clients that return with us year in and year out. Speak to Robin and talk through what your group is looking to achieve and you will receive nothing but expert advice.