Tourism September 21, 2019 | 6:31 am

Cap el Limón Sanctuary in Samaná to open September 20, 2019

Cap el Limón gently integrates into the surrounding nature with extreme attention paid to the ecological impact on this beautiful land

NEW CARIBBEAN HIGHLIGHT – CAP EL LIMON EXPERIENCE – PURE
NATURE AND PASSION FOR HOSPITALITY

 

Samana, Dominican Republic – September 2019 – the most popular travel destination in the Caribbean is about to add another Star concept to their portfolio, with the official opening on September 20th, 2019 of the stunning Cap el Limón Sanctuary in Samaná, Dominican Republic.

A Sanctuary for those seeking peace of mind and privacy amid nature, without sacrificing amenities and convenience. An incredible secluded location with fully-serviced luxury villas on more than 500 acres of private land, including a picturesque beach, SPA treatments, luxury amenities, and a restaurant embedded into lush, breathtaking nature.

Peace of mind and privacy amid nature, without sacrificing amenities and convenience

The elegant private-owned accommodations include an array of spectacular villas with private pools in lavish settings, ideal for groups and family celebrations. There are special packages suited for every vacation, like the Inclusive Experience package with a selection of dining options and beverages included in the rate.

An array of spectacular villas with private pools in lavish settings, ideal for groups and family celebrations.

ABOUT CAP EL LIMÓN

The Visionary- Günter Kerbler, the mastermind behind Cap el Limón, is one of the most well-known developers across all of Austria and Europe. He founded Convert Immobilien S.E., one of the largest Real Estate companies in Austria with over one billion U.S. Dollars in assets. In 2019 he completed the most massive wooden skyscraper in the world, standing 85 meters tall.

Over two decades ago, Günter Kerbler fell in love with the beautiful Dominican peninsula, Samaná. He designed and built the first few high-end luxury villas with top designers and architects.

The first two villas at Cap el Limón are designed by a famous Swiss architect — Leo Walser — whose designs look more like sculptures than buildings, exploring the interplay of shapes and shadows. Cap el Limón villas are no different, drawing on his “sculpturesque” style and magnificent forms that will never leave you tired of looking at them. One of Santiago’s best — a PUCMM University ‘s graduate and professor, a Venice Institute of Advanced Architecture graduate, and a MS in Environmental Design at Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan — architect Eduardo Sanches and his company will continue Mr. Walser’s work, designing and building the additional 36 villas, first phase of this 500 acre and approx. USD 100 million tourism project.

Cap el Limón is located on the Samaná peninsula, famous for its palm-laced landscapes, pristine nature, and whale-mating dances. The nearby El Catey International Airport, the new Boulevard Turistico del Atlántico highway, heliports on-site, and a private beach-bay, make it accessible by land, air, and sea. Cap el Limón gently integrates into the surrounding nature with extreme attention paid to the ecological impact on this beautiful land.

Palm-laced landscapes, pristine nature, and whale-mating dances

Plenty of attractions in the area, besides “standard entertainment,” such as beach and mini-island hopping, whitewater rafting on Yaque del Norte River, horseback riding through dense tropical forests, zip-lining over fantastic landscapes, Samaná also offers some unique options. A boat tour of Los Haitises National Park, the largest mangrove forest in the Caribbean, home to hundreds of bird species, with spectacular limestone caverns and hidden cays. A deep jungle expedition to the stunning El Limón Waterfall and a whale-watching tour every January through March. Either for vacation or owning/building a dream home, for those who want the best in the Caribbean, your Cap el Limón experience awaits. The luxury destination for discerning travelers.

Exploring the interplay of shapes and shadows.