Water Sports

Natural and artificial reefs teeming with sea life are high points of snorkel and dive adventures in the waters off La Romana.

Natural and artificial reefs teeming with sea life are high points of snorkel and dive adventures in the waters off La Romana.

Shipwreck Dives and Snorkeling

The waters off La Romana are one of the best places to dive and snorkel in the Caribbean. Below the water's surface are veritable museums teeming with sea life, caves and caverns, and spectacular reefs.

These waters are popular for shipwreck dives!    Hot spots include Captain Kidd's famous Quedagh Merchant which was discovered near Catalina Island in 2008 resting in less than 10 feet of Caribbean seawater. Another favorite is the shipwreck of St. George in the Bayahibe area where more experienced divers are swimming inside and out.

Home of the big boats! A walk through the Marina is a must-see while at Casa de Campo.

Home of the big boats! A walk through the Marina is a must-see while at Casa de Campo.

Boating

Marina Casa de Campo is a full-service marina facility with 370 slips that sits on the edge of the Chavón River.

With dockage for vessels to 250 feet, Marina Casa de Campo is the epicenter for sport fishing in the region and has quickly become a favorite destination for blue marlin enthusiasts.

With the waters just offshore teeming with blue marlin, you never have far to go to fish in some truly spectacular seas.

With the waters just offshore teeming with blue marlin, you never have far to go to fish in some truly spectacular seas.

Sport Fishing

Casa de Campo is in a privileged vantage point for water sports and recreational sport fishing is one of them.

The fish most commonly caught off of this coast include:
• Blue Marlin (prime season is between                   March and Mid-July)
• Mahi-Mahi
• Guatapana (Wahoo) 
• Yellowfin Tuna
• Sailfish