Wakeboarding Packages and Adventure Information
- No related packages.
If you think wakeboarding is very similar to surfing, then you are definitely right. In fact, the sport was earlier referred to as skurfing or ski-boarding before it officially became known as wakeboarding. In the Philippines, wakeboarding has started to gain more and more followers from adventure seekers, especially when a well-known celebrity made it known that he was into the sport. Popular wakeboarding spots in the Philippines include Batangas and Camarines Sur.
Wakeboarding is a sport where a motorboat (at great speeds) is pulling a person who is standing on a surfboard. Wakeboarding is made even more exciting because the wakeboarder does stunts as he is being pulled by the speeding motorboat. The sport has evolved from its humble beginnings to one very exciting sport with its own association (established in 1989) and a rightful place in the X Games.
You can pretty much wakeboard whenever you want since our facilities use the cable system.
Lago de Oro – located in Calatagan, Batangas, Lago de Oro Cable Ski Park is the Philippines’ first cable wakeboard park. It is also a resort with a number of restaurants where one can relax and eat after a day’s wakeboarding activities and other water sports.
CamSur Watersports Complex – a world-renowned wakeboarding (this is the site of the 2009 WWA Ultimate Wakeboard Championships) and wakeskating facility located in Camarines Sur. Accommodations as well as other amenities are available in the complex, as well as nearby areas. You can also try your hand in knee boarding, wake skating, and water-skiing.
DECA Wakeboard Park – a brand-new wakeboard park located in Davao, which is one of the Philippines’ premiere cities. Once opened, it will be largest wakeboarding park in South East Asia, and a way to introduce wakeboarding to new audiences in the southern Philippines, as well as another location to visit by wakeboarding enthusiasts all over the world.
Clark Wakeboard Park – a prime wakeboarding location in Angeles City, Pampanga. Its proximity to Metro Manila will makes it one of the most popular wakeboarding locations by city dwellers looking for quick wakeboarding jaunts over the weekend. This wakeboard park will round out the list of first-class locations for watersports enthusiasts in the Philippines, and may make the country a top water sports destination in the future.