Have you always fancied learning Spanish, but have never had the time? Casa De Campo Resort and Villas is now offering private lessons, so guests can enjoy personal tuition in the tropical surroundings of the luxury Caribbean resort.
Casa De Campo in the Dominican Republic is well-known for offering a whole lot more than just sun, sea, pristine beaches and renowned golf courses; it is filled with art and rich gastronomy, as well as sites of historical and cultural importance. Guests have a multitude of activities to choose from, ranging from a soccer school to horse riding, pottery lessons to paddle boarding.
Now, those looking to learn Spanish can book a private lesson with tutors from the prestigious Abraham Lincoln School for US$40 (around £30) per person per lesson (based on 2 hsaring a private lesson).
British Airways currently offers seven-night packages departing on 16 March 2021, including flights from London Gatwick and accommodation in a Superior Casitas room on all-inclusive basis for £1,336 per person. To book visit www.ba.com/holidays or call tel: 0344 493 0120. Spanish lessons are bookable locally.
For more information about Casa De Campo visit www.casadecampo.com.do.
About Casa de Campo:
Casa de Campo Resort & Villas – a member of ‘The Leading Hotels of the World’- offers its guests a choice of spacious hotel rooms, suites and luxury villas.
Expect gourmet cuisine and fine wines and spirits throughout the destination’s restaurants and bars, a 370-slip Marina & Yacht Club, Polo & Equestrian Club, La Terraza Tennis Centre and 245-acre Shooting Club.
Spanning 7,000 tropical acres on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic, this luxury Caribbean destination is also home to three challenging golf courses all designed by Pete Dye, including the famous Teeth of the Dog as well as the scenic Dye Fore and Links courses.
Also on-site is Altos de Chavón – an artisan’s village modelled on a 16th century Mediterranean village with boutique shops, a museum with many Taino Indian artefacts, an art gallery and a 5,000-seat Grecian-style amphitheatre inaugurated by Frank Sinatra in1982.