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The CWC Experience
Part 14 of a series.
We spent the whole day of our 3rd day in Bicol at the CamSur Watersports Complex (CWC).
One would visit CWC mainly for wakeboarding. Wakeboarding was created from a combination of water skiing, snow boarding and surfing techniques. Instead of using skis, the rider rides a single board with stationary non-release bindings for each foot, standing sideways. Wakeboarding, besides being one of the world’s fastest growing sports and is gradually being recognized globally, has become a lifestyle for others.
CWC’s rates are affordable and this includes, among others:
- Free use of basic equipment (beginner wakeboards, water skis and knee boards) for those new to the sport.
- Free basic and safety instruction by CWCs resident instructors and operators.
- World class obstacle courses designed to challenge even the most advanced riders yet safe enough for the brave ones who dare to try tricks for the very first time
CWC also has the following facilities:
- Gear up for the ride with the cable park’s Pro Shop which is equipped with everything a rider needs to pursue the desired sport.
- Besides the ramps and obstacles, the park has also set aside a beach volleyball area and a pool for those who would like to take a break from the boards but still want to keep bathing under the sun.
- A Clubhouse is built for the guest’s dining area and for live entertainment. Guests can also chill at the Clubhouse and enjoy round of billiards, darts and foosball.
- An elevated spectator area is placed beside the lake so that the guests will have a better view of the exhibitions.
- The park also boasts of Wi-Fi capability which enables the guests to take a break from the bustles of the city yet still remain connected to the necessities of the world.
- Accommodations within walking distance from the park are also readily available for small or big groups.
The CWC is already famous among locals…
…and even foreign wakeboarding enthusiasts…
…that it has been declared the Best Cable Ski Park in the World by Wake Magazine, Australia and New Zealand’s #1 wakeboard magazine
And here are some photos of my brothers enjoying wakeboarding!
Uriel and Gabriel
CWC now also has Lago del Rey, a man-made lake for kayaking, jetskiing, paddling, swimming and water ball, a biking park, a skateboard park, and a winching park, among others!
(…to be continued)