La Romana All Inclusive
Beauty wrapped in Paradise
The La Romana tourist destination includes the La Romana All Inclusive
Resorts as well as the Bayahibe and Casa de Campo resort complexes.
La Romana is located in the Southeast of the Dominican Republic,
half-way between Santo Domingo and Punta Cana.
Travelers flock to La Romana for its beautiful beaches, choice
of La Romana All Inclusive Resorts, its proximity to great activities
and excursions as well as consistent sunny weather. The year-round
temperature average is 77 degrees with very little precipitation.
Rain is more common between June and November, but tends to come
in showers – not very often do travelers lose a whole day
at the beach.
Culture at your Fingertips
Altos de Chavon is a replica of a 15th century Mediterranean village
located just minutes from La Romana. Here you’ll find artists’
studios, craft-shops, galleries, restaurants and bars to satisfy
all types of visitors. Take in a show at their 5000 seat amphitheater
that despite its size still attracts big name artists. Altos de
Chavon is one of those must-visit locations for visitors of La Romana
All Inclusive Resorts.
The Casa de Campo Resort complex is the flagship of the La Romana
All Inclusive Resorts area. Built in 1975 to be the premiere destination
in the Caribbean, it has lived up to the hype. The resort houses
3 championship golf courses, one of them being the famous Teeth
of The Dog which is ranked 34th in the world. The trip to La Romana
is worth it for the level of golf alone. The Casa de Campo resort
also houses its own polo fields and a private airstrip.
Snorkeling and Sailing
If you’re interested in one of the very popular excursions
to Isla Saona or Isla Catalina to snorkel, scuba dive, sail or just
gaze at the beautiful beaches, La Roman is your destination. La
Romana is right near the departure point for these excursions, within
minutes you’ll be on a catamaran getting whisked away for
a day of snorkeling and adventure.
La Romana Cruises
La Romana is a popular cruise destination with Caribbean Cruises
stopping at the port of Isla Catalina creating an influx of thousands
of visitors. A cruise to La Romana is a great idea, but a stopover
is even better.
La Romana International Airport sees direct flights from Miami
by American Airlines and Toronto by Air Canada. Many travelers take
a connecting flight through San Juan. There are also direct flights
from many European cities and direct charter flights from all over
the world. The La Romana airport is about 25 minutes from most of
the La Romana All Inclusive Resorts.
Don’t be afraid to fly into Punta Cana or Santo Domingo if
you find a cheaper flight. The hour and a half transfer is not a
big deal and we’ll arrange it for you for fractions of what
you’d pay a taxi. We suggest that all our clients also search
for flights into Punta Cana (PUJ) or into Santo Domingo, at least
to know what the price difference is.
If you have any other questions or comments about a La Romana all
inclusive package feel free to contact
us at Punta Cana Information Guide– that’s what
we’re here for.
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