La Romana International Airport, Casa de Campo, is strategically located on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic, serving the province with the highest growth in business and leisure in the country.
The International Airport of La Romana, Casa de Campo, serves as a gateway to the most renowned tourist destinations in the country. The Airport has land access, in two hours or less, to the largest destinations in the East, La Romana, Casa de Campo, Bayahibe, Dominicus, Punta Cana, Bavaro, Uvero Alto, Macao, Juan Dolio, Boca Chica and Santo Domingo. , among others.
Other nearby airports include Punta Cana (PUJ) (41.3 miles), Santo Domingo (SDQ) (46.4 miles) and Aguadilla (BQN) (121.2 miles).
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Hundreds of cruise ships moor at the beautiful Puerto de La Romana year-round. With two modern terminals, La Romana is an ideal hub for major cruise lines offering passengers exciting land excursions and opportunities to explore the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic. Catalina Island and Casa de Campo Marina also offer dockage for yachts and boats of all sizes.
If you’re exploring the Dominican Republic by land, we welcome you to stop by our beach town! La Romana is about a two-hour drive from the bustling capital of Santo Domingo, and a one-hour drive from our neighbors in Punta Cana. Renting a car or hiring a driver is one of the best ways to discover more of our beautiful country!
Searching for a laid-back, beach destination with sunny skies and warm temperatures? Then you’ve come to the right place. A suitcase full of t-shirts, shorts, dresses, and bathing suits will do — the average year-round temperature in La Romana ranges from 78°F to 88°F (25°C to 31°C).
Keep in mind that the Dominican offers a tropical climate, so rain showers are more frequent during May, June, August, and September. La Romana experiences cooler weather from November through April and hotter weather from May through October.
The Dominican peso (RD$) is the official currency throughout the country. Dominican hotels and restaurants collect 28% of their published prices (18% sales tax + 10% service charge).
Spanish is the official language; however, most tour operators and hotel/restaurant employees speak English, French, German, and Italian. Expect a friendly greeting of “Bienvenido a La Romana!”
All airports and tourism activities in the Dominican Republic are open, as well as the ports, marinas, and anchorage facilities for yachts, ferries, and cruise ships. The Dominican Republic does not require proof of vaccination to enter the country or for admission to hotels, resorts, and services.
The Dominican Republic adopted an electronic system providing digital versions of the Traveler’s Health Affidavit, Customs Declaration, and International Embarkation/Disembarkation forms, combined into a single digital form. All passengers entering and departing the country on commercial flights will be required to fill out and submit their digital forms through the Electronic Ticket Portal either before or upon their arrival to the country. To save time during the arrival procedure, we recommend filling out the form 72 hours before your trip; print or take a screenshot of the QR code and keep it on hand until arrival where it will be scanned by authorities during Customs.
All passengers arriving in ports or airports will need to perform a temperature check upon arrival. Passengers who present symptoms of COVID-19 or whose test results are positive will be isolated and attended at authorized locations.
*Information provided by Go Dominican Republic: https://www.godominicanrepublic.com/travel-to-dr/getting-here/