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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

LTC Pick for July: Camsur Watersports Complex

We would like to acknowledge Jerome de Jesus (aka JDJ) for providing us with this wonderful Feature Blog. All photos in this article were taken personally by him.

CamSur Watersports Complex also known more as CWC, is considered as the best wakeboarding site in the Philippines. Located in the capital of Camarines Sur, Bicol, it attracts tourist and travellers to different kinds of water sports the whole day. In line with the numerous activities, there are restaurants, spa, pool, and sports facilities that can be found inside the complex.

Our second time trip there was awesome. We are beginners in this sport and it's not that hard to be standing on the board in just few tries :p

Here are some pics to share. These were taken on an early morning.

One of the wakeboarders

The Amateur's Park (forgot the name of the park, Winch Park is for beginners)

Wood Cabins. P2200 rate for 2 persons but can accommodate up to 6!

Villas (free use of pool)

Start of the line for wakeboarding

Mt. Isarog view from the park

Cabanas. P1200 rate for 2 persons but can accommodate up to 4

10 comments:

Tristan John said...

Nice JDJ ! When will be our next visit?

fairfieldhotelohi said...

Nice codes. This is very much useful for everyone. Keep it up.

Stan said...

Thanks fairfield! Yes, we will surely keep on posting with updates on other places and food we get to see

jefffrey said...

haven't visited this yet. the site looks pretty good, but it could be better if more photos of the wakeboard and other activities were posted

Pam said...

Hi Jeffrey, thanks a lot! :) we will be posting another article about CWC around September so watch out for that.

icesnake said...

You can also knee board here which is much easier than wakeboard ^_^

Stan said...

thanks icesnake! i would like to try that some time :)

cagayan de oro resorts said...

This is a very fun and exhilarating watersport, quite hard at first but once you get it, it’s a total breeze. I wiped out like five times before I got the concept on how to manage weight distribution and balance to stay afloat while being pulled.

Stan said...

@CagayanDeOro: I haven't actually tried wakeboarding, but it seems hard to adjust a first. I'm looking forward to try also. What do you think is the best place to learn wakeboarding?

Zaide Uy said...

for those residing in Manila, the closest to try and practice is in Lago De Oro Batangas and am not sure if the one in nuvali laguna is already open

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