Wild on CWC

Imagine, living in a trailer with nice interiors for only P1,000 a night. Wakeboarding for only P165 an hour. Eating, swimming and partying with the foreign guests all night. And did I mention it was government owned?

The CWC or the Camsur Watersports Complex is such a treat after arriving to the Cam Sur provincial capitol compound after an exhausting 400 km road trip from Manila. At first, it didn't appeal, since the place looked bare and unfinished. The truth is, the area is still under construction for the other facilities. We actually used the CWC as a stopover for our ultimate destination, Caramoan, but found ourselves coming back for the last day. The food was just okay, and a bit on the expensive side. But who cares? You already have much to spend from the cheap activities and accommodations.

CWC is the the perfect chill out place. You can hang out in the cabanas the whole day, swim in their pool, have a great massage for only P250 and of course, wakeboard. I must admit, wakeboarding can be addicting. I tried out the knee board first, as it was required for beginners then moved on to the easy up board. I had to fall for 10 times before I got around 5 seconds standing on the board. My body ached big time, but I really wanted to try more. The cable guys cut me off already as my one hour rental was already over. I actually spent 2 hours already, hehe. I will definitely go back to master the sport and get to stand longer.

(That's me!)

So tara na! For the BEST VALUE resort in the Philippines, CWC is a great escape for those adventure lovers. The place has the vibe of Boracay without the beach. The foreign guests even party every night. Just imagine that! It's time to chill out. Go CWC!


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