Lago Del Rey
CamSur Watersports Complex (CWC)
I thought the wake boarding was already enough because we were pressed with time and I wanted to be able to finally ride the board on my feet. I didn't think I would enjoy it here in Lago del Rey but I did.
It was raining at that time and it's good thing that i bought a cheap waterproof case for my camera to take pictures on while we were, for the lack of a better word, playing.
The rates are really good and affordable that's why I would really to go back here someday. Travelling to these places really made my day and made me want to stay in Manila so I can visit other beautiful places in its neighboring regions. But then I should be careful what I wish for.
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Had a blast at Lago Del Rey which is a giant playground of inflatable structures that made me feel like a kid again. It was tiring because of all the pulling from the cables when we tried wake boarding and we had to swim to each obstacle and pull ourselves up to those inflatables.
I never had fun like this in a very long while. I felt like a kid, an active kid who couldn't stop releasing the energy to swim, climb, jump, and pull myself up.
When it was time for us to go home, we also had a shuttle that would bring you to where you want to stay. It's nice because they brought us to SM again for dinner and the shuttle was free! haha. We went back to SM and then killed the time for our trip back to Manila.
Lago Del Rey Entrance – P120 per hour (don't wear anything that has a zipper or metal in your wardrobe as this will possibly damage the inflatables)
You can visit their site at www.lago-delrey.com for more information.
How We Got To Caramoan
First Day: Matukad and Lahos Islands
Second Day: Spent P1500 for the boat trip plus the tour guide P500
Third Day: CWC and Lago Del Rey and going home
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