The Adventure Continues at CWC
Camsur Watersports Complex (CWC)
Nothing has changed at the complex when I visited it the second time around. There were tourists flocking in, locals hanging around, wakeboarding enthusiasts waiting for their turn. In fact, a place for those who look for adventure and relaxation. An ideal place somehow similar to what I’ve seen when I chanced upon on some holidays to fuerteventura.
You can relax and get pampered as they offer professional massage.
What I like most about this watersports park is they don’t have entrance fee as they only charge for the activities or amenities you wanted to avail.
Me and my travel buddies availed the one-hour wakeboarding. The one-hour rate for beginners (cable pass rate) costs PHP 125.00 + equipment rental (Life Vest & Helmet) of PHP 40.00. A PHP 500.00 initial deposit is needed but will be refunded after the activity. The cable pass rate also includes a free use of swimming pool. A great deal, isn’t it? To know more about their rates you may visit the CWC website.
After we had settled our bill, we walked excitedly towards the beginner’s area for the wakeboarding experience.
There were a lot of people waiting in line for their chance to practice wakeboarding. We lined up then waited for our turn. Well, picture taking killed our boredom while we’re in queue.
Audiences from the queue like me couldn’t help but to chuckle on some funny stunts this activity could bring. There’s one who has been pulled by the cable and there’s one who fell from the wakeboard after a one-second ride to name a few. But of course, amazing maneuvers are also present for the show. I couldn’t help but to wish that somehow I could do the same.
Then it was our turn. I don’t have anything yet to show about how my wakeboarding turned out as one of my travel buddies, Elal, hasn’t uploaded our pictures yet. Elal, anong petsa na? 😉
As far as I can remember, I was able to wakeboard for 5 times during the one-hour time allotted for us. I was hoping someday I can try wakeboarding at the bigger area like those wherein professionals do the watersports. It was too late when I realized that beginners could also practice on that area.
We left the wakeboarding area at around 4:00 PM. We went to the reception area and handed over our gears and life vest. We then availed our free use of swimming pool.
We ordered some snack as well on their local restaurant as we were already feeling hungry after we did the wakeboarding adventure in CWC. We had pizza and pasta.
It was indeed a delighting and exciting experience as we had our take to wakeboarding. Our images only show how we had so much fun on our visit to CWC in Pili, Camarines Sur.
We left the area at around 6:00 PM as one of our travel buddies need to catch a bus going to Manila as she has still work the next day morning. While me and my two companions headed to my grandparents’ home in Bula, Camarines Sur to spend another night before we go back to Metro Manila the next day.
CamSur Watersports Complex is open until nighttime so for everyone not to be left hanging of the adventures this park has to offer. The next time I’ll be visiting Camarines Sur, I will try to stay overnight here so to try their accommodation and wakeboarding during nighttime.
Camsur Watersports Complex
Provincial Capitol Complex
Cadlan, Pili, Camarines Sur
Contact Number: (054) 477 3344 / (054) 477 3349