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Friday, August 15, 2008

Sports Unlimited Wakeboarding in Camarines Sur



WAAA! wakeboarding.. i've been longing to try his "sport" or whatever you call it. It's just so damn cool! I hope when I get back to Boracay, I can try wakeboarding! Can't Wait! ^_^ for those of you who want to try wakeboarding.. Try the Camarines sur, one of the best wakeboard destinations! -janmck



Sports Unlimited got a wakeboard awakening in Camarines Sur. Our team did not realize how popular this water sport has become, not just in the Philippines but also all over the world. Camarines Sur is now officially in the global map as one of the best wakeboard destinations in Asia.

Sports Unlimited could not wait to experience wakeboarding in what is considered now as the biggest wakeboarding cable park in Asia. If you are a regular Sports Unlimited viewer, you would know that we are no strangers to the sport. We heard how great the place is that's why we traveled all the way to Naga with high expectations.


We were told that the Camsur Watersports Complex is six acres. Upon arriving at Naga, we were totally surprised when we were told that the cable park was merely 10 minutes away from the airport. The travel was so convenient.

The minute we arrived at the cable park, Camarines Sur Governor Lray Villafuerte welcomed us with so much excitement. We were just as enticed to meet him and see his latest contribution to the development of sports tourism in his province.

He made sure we knew that the complex was nowhere near finished. He said the complex will have a full service country club, comfortable airconditioned cabins within walking distance to the cable park, a bar serving delicious drinks and cool sounds to set the extreme water sports mood. This will make wakeboarders stay in the complex and enjoy what they came to do—to wakeboard to their heart's content.

We were very impressed by the state of the art German-made cable ski system inside the park.

My partner Marc, an avid wakeboarder, wakeboards any chance he gets. He just couldn’t wait to experience what it feels like to do it in a world-class facility. He surely looked like a spoiled wakeboarding brat. He could not contain his excitement..... Read More At http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/

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