A Different Kind Of Wild
In Camarines Sur
Tired of going to the same old beaches with the same boring sceneries? Visit Camarines Sur in Bicol, Philippines and you’ll never look at a beach the same way again.
Camarines Sur was something of a backwoods district until only a couple of years ago, when the local government decided to push forward with their tourism agenda and transform the province into a hit tourist attraction.
Little Town, Big Potential
Camsur, as it is now more popularly known, is found along the Bicol peninsula, a long strip of land that juts down the southeastern side of Luzon. It can be reached via land (approximately 12 hours) or air (30 minutes).
What used to be one of the poorest provinces in the country became a prime water sports destination that no tourist, Filipino or foreigner, should ever pass up. It’s the kind of place where you arrive with great expectations and leave with even better experiences.
The Ride Of Your Life
The Camsur Water Sports Complex offers amazing aqua adventures for people who are in tune with their wild side.
If you want to do something else in the water other than swim or snorkel, then this is the place for you. Go kneeboarding or parasailing in the fully-equipped and 100% safe CWSC and feel the adrenaline rush as you glide across the water at top speed.
You might scrape an elbow or tire your legs out, but it’s all definitely worth it. Besides, it’s not every day that you get to have this much fun on the water.
It takes more than a little dose of courage to go through all of CWSC’s water sports facilities, but at the end of the day you will have had a most refreshing and unique aquatic experience. Should you want to go for the more conventional water activities, you can still opt to do this. Camsur is also home to crystal-clear beaches and idyllic seascapes where you can put your feet up and relax.
There’s nothing quite like the soft crash of the waves to lull you to sleep after you’ve spent hours and hours riding the water on your kneeboard or parasail.