La Romana – 2015 Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace

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Enjoy an incredible all-inclusive vacation (golfers & non-golfers) to Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace!

All-inclusive One & Two-week vacation includes:

  • Round trip flight from Winnipeg
  • Hotel – 4*
  • Food and beverages
  • Much more…

Here are some of the added benefits of our travel group:

  1. Resorts are site inspected in November, by one or two of our group leaders, to make sure that the food, service, and general condition of the rooms and grounds, are of 4*or 5* quality.
  2. The second reason is the prices we receive on excursions, once we are at destination. As a group, we can usually book an entire bus, on an excursion that everyone would enjoy, and it would be 50-70% less than the regular price, if you were to book it on your own.
  3. Every detail of the trip is taken care of from the time you arrive at the airport, till the time you return home. Resorts, when they see a big group coming, tend to make sure that they are looked after. They do not want anyone complaining, as it affects the whole group. Not that a hotel will admit it, but I do believe, we get preferential treatment to some degree.
  4. We have an information meeting, late in November, to go over the details of our trip, and will have a Transat Holidays representative there to answer any questions on baggage restrictions, seat selection, meals on the plane, passports, tourist cards, etc, that would apply to the flights. One of our tour leaders, who would have just returned from the site inspection, would give you a run down on the resort, and everything that you can do and see while you are there. We also try and organize a fun golf tournament for our group members who play, providing there is a course close to the resort.
  5. Lots of new friendships are formed.


Prepare yourself for some hardcore rest and relaxation, and plan to join the group at the all-inclusive Viva Dominicus Palace in La Romana, located on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic. This 83,000-sq-ft resort rests on the island’s most pristine, white-sand beach facing the verdant islands of Saona and Catalina.

All-inclusive packages departing from Winnipeg February 20, ’15

One week stay:
  • $1,778.00/person (all taxes included | double occupancy)
Two weeks stay:
  • $2,479.00/person (all taxes included | double occupancy)


NOTE: $100 Deposit required ASAP to reserve seat(s). Balance due on November 27th.

Should diving be your bag, whether you need a beginner’s lesson in the pool or were born with gills, grab a four-night, all-inclusive dive package and explore the Dominican Republic, marine-mammal style. You’ll find a wonderland beneath the shimmering indigo surf, as well as horse-eye jacks, sea turtles, spotted eagle rays and brain coral. Wreck divers won’t be able to resist the St. George, a 240-ft shipwreck resting 135 ft. below the surface of the water, just off the shore of Viva Dominicus Palace.

Land activities more your style? Grab a catamaran and explore the untouched perfection of Saona or Catalina. Or take some all inclusive dance lessons with that special someone.

Looking for something unique? Wander over to Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace’s sister resort, next door (all restaurants and drinks here a part of your all inclusive package as well), and take a trapeze lesson. The professional, trapeze-training team offers lessons for adults in the afternoon, while the mornings are reserved for children. And if you think you won’t get bragging rights for your newfound skills, a circus-themed show (every Friday) allows you to show off your big-top act to an awestruck public. While you’re basking in all that circus glory, why not do it poolside, lounging in a chair, rum punch in hand?

Now that you’ve worked up a good appetite, visit the La Yuca Buffet for some international cuisine, including grilled local fish, with a side of exotic, fresh fruit.

Sleeping too good this morning to get out of your king-sized bed? Pull back the curtains and gaze out at the surf from your Superior Ocean Front room, while Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace serves you a continental breakfast, room-service style.

To get to Bayahibe, you can either take a taxi at US$10 per taxi one way or the local bus for less than a dollar one way (it’s called a guagua and looks like a minivan). Ask at your hotel reception or main gate for where to catch the guagua to Bayahibe.


La Yuca
Type: Buffet
Hours: Breakfast – daily, 7am-11am; Lunch – daily, 12:30pm-3pm; Dinner – daily, 7pm-10pm
Description: La Yuca offers a wide range of cuisine from traditional fare to local specialties. Items from fresh fruit at breakfast to local grilled fish for dinner are also available.

Il Paco
Type: Italian
Hours: Daily, 6:30pm-9:15pm
Description: Il Paco boasts a reputation for having exceptional Italian cuisine. Pair a fine wine with a traditional taste of Italy. Reservations are required.
Dress code: Elegant casual. Men are expected to wear long pants for dinner.  

Type: Asian
Hours: Daily, 7pm-10pm
Description: Bambu brings a taste of Asia to the Caribbean. Guests will have difficulty choosing just one dinner item from the menu. Reservations are required.
Dress code: Men are expected to wear long pants for dinner.

Viva Cafe
Type: Casual dining
Hours: Snacks – daily, 11am-7pm; Lunch – daily, noon-3pm; Dinner, daily, 6:30pm-9:15pm; Snacks – daily, 11am-7pm
Description: Located oceanfront, featuring Mediterranean food, tropical cocktails and beautiful views. Reservations are required.

La Roca Grill
Type: Beachfront grill
Hours: Lunch – daily, noon-3pm; Dinner – daily, 6:30pm-9:15pm
Description: Located beachfront, lunch at La Roca Grill is served buffet style while dinner is a la carte. Reservations are required for dinner.
Dress code: Men are expected to wear long pants for dinner.

La Terraza
Type: Buffet
Hours: Breakfast – daily, 7am-11am; Lunch – daily, noon-3pm; Dinner – daily, 7pm-10pm
Description: Enjoy buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Viva Mexico
Type: Fine dining
Hours: Daily, 6:30pm-9:15pm
Description: Enjoy a Mexican a la carte restaurant. Reservations are required.
Dress code: Men are expected to wear long pants for dinner.

La Pizzeria
Type: Italian
Hours: Daily, 7pm-7am
Description: La Pizzeria is praised for its original Italian wood-oven cooked pizza.

Type: Fusion
Hours: Open for dinner only with reservations required
Description: A la carte fusion restaurant open for dinner only. Reservations are required.
Dress code: Long pants required for men. The Wyndham Dominicus Palace is Italian-owned, so the Italian restaurant is authentic and delicious. Also, there is a 24-hour pizzeria next door, at the sister property.


The Lobby Bar Daily, 10am-1am. Pool Bar Daily, 7am-1am. Viva Cafe Daily, 9am-7pm. BEACH Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace Resort is on a strip of white-sand beach and crystal-blue water. There is a lifeguard on duty, and the waves are calm enough for children. The hotel provides loungers along the beach. POOLS Catch some rays at the resort’s beachfront, fresh-water pool. With a children’s pool nearby, you can sit back and relax while the kids splash around.



  • Swimming
  • Snorkeling
  • Water polo
  • Paddle board

Available for an additional charge:

  • Scuba


  • Trapeze lessons
  • Beach volleyball
  • Dance lessons
  • Fitness
  • Tennis
  • Soccer
  • Bocce ball
  • Archery


Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace features complimentary Wi-Fi in common areas including the lobby and poolside.


Metamorphosis is a full-service spa and offers a variety of treatments for utmost relaxation and rejuvenation for an additional charge. Services include:

  • Massages
  • Body treatments
  • Facials
  • Hairstylist
  • Manicure and pedicure


What better place to say “I do” than on the beautiful coast of the Dominican Republic. The resort offers a variety of wedding packages. Please contact the front desk for more information.

Honeymoon Bonus When staying at the Viva Wyndham for 3 nights, honeymooners can enjoy an upgraded room based on hotel availability, a bottle of champagne, fruit basket, hors d’ovres tray, a 7″ x 4″ picture, 2 t-shirts and the benefits of an all-inclusive package. Couples must have been married within the past 6 months and a copy of the marriage certificate is required. Please contact the hotel for more details.


Viva Wyndham Kid’s Retreat is available for children ages 4-12 years old, and a junior club for those ages 13-16. For a small charge, babysitting services are available upon request, and first-aid and medical services are also available. The Borboleta Infant Program is available upon request once families arrive to the hotel and includes:

  • Changing station
  • Baby bathtub
  • Feeding chair in restaurants
  • Bottle sterilizer
  • Bouncer



Tee it up at Casa de Campo, a beautiful golf course surrounded by rocky cliffs and warm ocean breezes. Information on golf instruction and green fees will follow in November.

PRICES / DEPARTURE – Dates and Times

February 20, 2015 – one week prices

  • Double Occupancy – $1,346/person + $432 (taxes) = $1,778.00
  • Single Occupancy – $1,654/person +  $432 (taxes) = $2,086.00
  • Child (2-12 years) $650/person + $432 (taxes) = $1,082.00

February 20, 2015 – two week prices

  • Double Occupancy – $2,047/person + $432 (taxes) = $2,479.00 (COMPARED WITH $2,641.00 -TRAVELOCITY)
  • Single Occupancy – $2,685/person + $432 (taxes) = $3,117.00
  • Child (2-12 years) $809/person + 432 (taxes) = $1,241.00

Ready to reserve your all inclusive vacation?

Contact me directly today at 204-470-3262. This is only available on a 1st come, 1st served basis.

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