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Travel Tips to visit Bavaro – Punta Cana in Dominican Republic

Travel Tips:

BAVARO - PUNTA CANA

The Dominican Republic is a country with a privileged climate and environment. If you are thinking of coming to Bavaro – Punta Cana, we suggest you to have some things in mind to make your trip much better:

 

Be prepared for the arrival. Take all the documents with you and have a vehicle waiting for you to take you from the airport to the hotel. After a long trip you will want to arrive as soon as possible and safely and comfortably at your destination.

Try to speak the language. This is something that everyone should always try to do. More often than not, people will appreciate you trying to communicate in the local language, and we think the staff and others you interact with would treat you better because of this.

Always Tip. Take lots of cash for tipping with you. If you talk to any employee at your resort, you will learn that they work long hours and goes days without seeing their family. The staff will be very kind with you, so you will be more than happy to tip.

Protect your skin and body. You should take good care of your skin. Take lots of sunscreen and bug spray and use them often not to suffer sun burns and insect stings… Apply it religiously. . . especially if you’re doing nature activities.

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Bring a medicine cabinet. We advise you to bring: ibuprofen, antihistamines, Betadine, bandages and special medicines for your own needs. At some point during the trip you may need them.

Get off the resort. there are some cool excursions, and even just outside of the resort will help you to see a little more of the island. Your trip will not be the same if you stay at your resort the whole trip.

Eat out of the resort some day. To know a country, in addition to its culture and its people, you have to try their food. There is nothing better than eating at a beach bar on a paradisiac beach away from tourism.

Punta Cana is the crown jewel of Caribbean beach destinations in Dominican Republic and never disappoint. A seemingly endless list of resorts offers all-inclusive luxury alongside affordable options to suit any type of traveler, with hotels ranging from family-friendly to opulent.

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Important Things to Ask When Checking Into a Punta Cana All-Inclusive Resort

Things to Ask When Checking

Into a Punta Cana All-Inclusive Resort

Seasoned travelers with more than a few all-inclusive stays under their belt know that quality can vary from resort to resort. Take Punta Cana, a gorgeous stretch of prime beaches and plenty of all-inclusive properties. While many of the resorts here have similar concepts and designs, differences tend to sneak up that may not be communicated during the booking process. And the bigger the resort, the harder it may be to snag a staff member to chat with, especially with substantial lines at the front desk. That’s why the check-in process is the best opportunity to get things straight.

Dominican Republic is the perfect destination to suit any traveler.

1. Do we need to make reservations for the restaurants (and is there a dress code?)

Nothing is more frustrating than being told you can’t get a table at an all-inclusive resort’s restaurant because you don’t have a reservation. Many high-end resorts, which features nine gourmet restaurants, don’t require dinner reservations, but not all operate the same way. Some resorts not only make reservations mandatory, but demand a strict morning time for bookings. Oh! And remember, ask if there’s a dress code, too.

 

2. What’s the entertainment schedule?

Getting a schedule of the resort’s nightlife and entertainment options when checking in isn’t always a guarantee. If this is a key part of your experience, ask the front desk for a rundown of what’s happening that week. It also doesn’t hurt to ask their opinion on what the best shows are.

 

3. Which water sports and day trips are included?

Most mid-range tropical all-inclusive resorts will include non-motorized water sports (think kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, and snorkeling) with the rate. Some, however, still charge an obnoxious fee or require strict time limits to an hour per day, or worse, per week.

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4. What’s the tipping policy?

Not only is this a key area of difference between cultures, it’s also an area of variance between resorts. Some all-inclusives automatically add a 10 percent (or more) service charge with the rate, so ask the front desk while checking in. Unfortunately, many of the folks who work at these resorts are paid a very low wage and depend on tips for income.

 

5. Are minibar items and room service free?

It’s worth asking. At the very least, many rooms have free bottled water. Some even offer full minibar access with free soda, beer, and snacks; coffeemakers are also provided.

 

6. Is there an upgrade option?

Depending on the resort, availability, and time of year, an upgrade can be obtained for a nominal fee. Find out from the front desk what the options and benefits are of moving up.

Punta Cana, the crown jewel of Caribbean beach destinations, does not disappoint. A seemingly endless list of resorts offers all-inclusive luxury alongside affordable options to suit any type of traveler, with hotels ranging from family-friendly to opulent.

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2ND POLO CHALLENGE SUMMER TOURNAMENT

2ND POLO CHALLENGE SUMMER TOURNAMENT / Jul 2 – Jul 10, 2016

La Romana: Casa de Campo

2ND POLO CHALLENGE SUMMER TOURNAMENT

When?: Jul 2, 2016 – Jul 10, 2016

Where?: La Romana: Casa de Campo – Polo Fields

Know more: www.casadecampo.com.do or 809-723-7353

2ND POLO CHALLENGE SUMMER TOURNAMENT

Jul 2, 2016 – Jul 10, 2016

La Romana: Casa de Campo – Polo Fields

 

POLO AT CASA DE CAMPO

Experience the thrill and the majesty of polo right here at Casa de Campo. Their polo facilities—which include three playing fields and one practice field—are among the best in the Caribbean, and have the largest string of polo ponies under a single brand in the world.

Beginners and experts alike can take advantage of equipment, group instruction, and personalized training. Guests can also hire ponies for stick and ball tournaments, a fantastic and entertaining activity for families. Regular polo matches are played from early November to the end of April for those simply content to cheer from the sidelines.

 

POLO LEAGUE

Casa de Campo is part of an international league that includes two other polo clubs from the Dominican Republic. As of 2016, the Polo Challenge Dominican Republic will catapult the country into the elite world of polo. With top players like Adolfo Cambiaso, Juan Martin Nero, and David Sterling—among others—playing in the league, it’s only a matter of time before the Dominican Republic is one of the premier polo destinations in the world.

 

After its first version, Casa de Campo prepares to bring you a new polo experience.

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Casa de Campo Resort and Villas – THE ONLY THING YOU’LL WANT IS MORE TIME

CASA DE CAMPO

The perfect destination

Casa de Campo | The perfect destination

However you choose to spend your time, one thing is for sure: You’ll always have lots to talk about when asked, “So, what did you do today?”

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At Casa de Campo Resort and Villas you can spend your days doing as much or as little as you’d like, the choice is yours. Stay active with a few sets on the clay, go for a tour of the spectacular countryside by horseback, take in dinner followed by a romantic stroll through an authentic 16th century Mediterranean village, relax on the beach, play in the surf, enjoy the warm Caribbean sun—the list goes on. In fact, there’s so much to do at Casa de Campo, you’ll find yourself wishing for even more hours in the day so you can possibly see and do everything you want.

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