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Enjoy Caribbean island paradise with a golf holiday in the Dominican Republic. Blue skies, pristine beaches, sparkling waters and excellent courses make up the perfect all inclusive Dominican Republic golf package from Golf Travel Centre. Enjoy a world-class stay at the luxurious Casa de Campo Resort which boasts three first-rate, championship courses. With its stunning sea views, the famous Teeth of the Dog is the number one golf course in the Caribbean and it’s easy to see why. For a more rugged landscape, test out your golfing abilities on the 27-hole championship layout course, Dye Fore, which offers fantastic views of the Dominican mountains. The third and final course, The Links, boasts spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea as you play this tradi
If you are considering a Caribbean golf holiday, look no further than the Dominican Republic. Golf in the Dominican Republic is a study in tropical paradise. Famous for white sand beaches, diverse nature reserves, and some of the best golf in the Caribbean, you will not be disappointed by this most gorgeous of locations.
Our Golf Experts pick for the ideal stay during your stay has to be Eden Roc at Cap Cana. Voted the ‘Best Hotel in Punta Cana and in the Caribbean’, this complex offers everything from smooth beaches, towering cliffs and lush forests. No golf holiday to the Dominican Republic can be complete without a trip around one of Jack Nicklaus signature golf courses, with vibrant fairways and complex challenging layouts.
Off the Course
The best thing to do when not playing golf is to explore the gorgeous beaches, rolling hills, and rocky cliffs, and generally soak in as much nature as you can. We highly recommend the whale watching off the Península de Samaná as the highlight here. Alternatively, have a dance to the all-night merengue that constitutes the social glue of the Caribbean, and if you can, make it for the annual Carnival: a Caribbean wide party of music, food and dancing.
The best time to take your golf break in the Dominican Republic is from March to May, when the crowds are dispersing. Of course, the weather is warm year round, with average highs of 27 degrees, so if you prefer a slightly cooler, less humid game, head over between November and April.