Dominican Republic All Inclusive ResortsDoes a vacation that includes meals, outdoor activities and drinks sound too good to be true? It shouldn’t, because many of the all-inclusive resorts the Dominican Republic has to offer has every one of these great incentives at an affordable price. All-inclusive resorts are an excellent way for families to enjoy the beautiful, Caribbean weather and have all of their diverse needs met within the comfort of a resort setting. Read on to find out more about some of the best all-inclusive resorts on the island of the Dominican Republic.
Casa De Campo Dominican Republic
Casa de Campo is a super-resort located in the south of the island in La Romana. The name literally means “country house” but don’t let that fool you. This all-inclusive resort occupies a 7000-acre stretch of land and boasts a multitude of activities and services that are sure to cater to your every whim. There is an equestrian center where you can sign up for lessons in polo and jumping. You also have the option of riding along one of the many trails on the island. There are other daily activities such as dance lessons, volleyball and bingo. If these activities seem too active for you, relax by the side of one of the resort's 16 pools.
The Coral Marien Resort
Located in the north of the Dominican Republic the Coral Marien resort spans three six-story buildings and has a total of 325 rooms. This all-inclusive resort has quite a variety of restaurants, a dive center, a large free form pool and a spa. And for those of you who like to rise early and hit the links, there is a golf course nearby. This all-inclusive Dominican Republic resort is unique in that it is the only Coral resort located in the north, and because the resort is close to the water, you can expect to take part in many activities involving the sea. Some of the daily activities include beach volleyball, water polo, beach parties, snorkeling and frequent trips out to the coral reef offshore.
Natura Park Eco-Resort & Spa
The Natura Park Eco-Resort & Spa, located in Punta Cana, has some of the most breathtaking landscaping on the island. The emphasis here is on using many of the island’s indigenous woods, flowers and stones as possible in helping to create a memorable visual experience. The resort has a total of 510 rooms and there are an additional 20 suites with an ocean view. All kinds of sporting activities are available at this resort including, tennis, snorkeling, archery, and biking.
Before you decide on an all-inclusive resort, make sure that it offers all of the activities and services you are looking for. Some of the services at these resorts may cost extra so be sure to get the most out of your dollar. Remember, a Dominican Republic vacation doesn’t have to come at the expense of cost, and all-inclusive resorts are a great way to save money and have an enjoyable experience at the same time.