August 21, 2018

Casa de Campo - The Guide to Honeymooning in the Dominican Republic

"You've decided to honeymoon in the beautiful Dominican Republic. Congratulations! At Casa de Campo, we love welcoming newlyweds, and we take pleasure in making sure that your every need is met with our signature five-star service."
Robert - Casa de Campo.travel

From a special welcoming amenity in your private villa to expert recommendations from our local concierge, you'll have no shortage of things to do and memories to make as you begin your new life together.

Relax on the Minitas beach and enjoy a dip in the warm ocean, or choose to stay poolside and sip fruity cocktails. At night, take a trip to scenic Altos de Chavón and enjoy a romantic dinner for two at one of the gourmet restaurants there. If you're up for excitement, choose to visit one of the nightclubs in the village after dinner – or retreat back to your cozy villa for some alone time.

Explore the beautiful vistas of the Caribbean by booking a day charter on a yacht to one of the smaller islands that surround the Dominican Republic. Hike through exotic rainforests, or snorkel offside. If you're an adventurous pair, there are scuba diving instructors in Punta Cana – your Casa de Campo concierge can help you with recommendations for the right instructor to fit your level of diving experience, from novice to enthusiast. Once you've finished a day in the ocean, stay in Punta Cana for local dining and entertainment.

A favourite activity for many honeymooners is the daily merengue lessons on Minitas Beach. They're hosted by Casa de Campo, and feature instructions on how to do the national dance of the Dominican Republic. You'll enjoy mastering the sultry moves of the dance – and there's plenty of places at the resort and nearby Altos de Chavón that you can shake your tail.

Many couples enjoy spending their days together on the beach, watching the sunset. The Minitas Beach Club and Resort offers the best place on the islands to watch the sunset, so pull up a couple of deck chairs – or share a lounger – and cuddle while the sun dips below the ocean. Simply take time to relax and enjoy each other.