You can feel like a kid again at Lago Del Rey at the Camsur Watersports Complex in Camarines Sur. I was there last year and the memory of having a giant playground with inflatable structures, is still fresh in my mind. The lake served as an obstacle course of some sort wherein you can just have fun. It’s a milder version of the popular show ‘Wipe Out’ but still enjoyable.
Lago DelRey Camsur Watersports Complex in Camsur
How to Get to Lago Del Rey in CWC
Lago Del Rey is located at the Camsur Watersports Complex (CWC). It’s about 20 minutes away from the Naga City Bus Terminal and around 10 minutes from the airport. Public utility vehicles (jeeps and trykes0 are available and you can ask for directions from the people around as it’s a very known destination. They’ll usually direct you to their provincial capitol as CWC is situated there.
Everybody knows where Camsur Watersports Complex is because of how popular this destination is to tourists. We only bought tickets that were good for an hour but we didn’t expect that it was more than enough. We had life vests in order to stay afloat which helped a lot in swimming from one obstacle to another. We got lucky too, since we had the whole lake all to ourselves due to the bad weather. It was raining hard but it made the whole experience more challenging and fun.
I don’t know how many times I fell, climbed and jumped on those inflatable structures. For sure, this activity is definitely best for hyperactive persons such as myself. It is also a test of endurance and strength on how long you can climb each inflatable because you have to pull yourself up. In my case, I had to help pull my friends up.
You can actually hire a boat so you can paddle your way to each point, but that would actually be too easy. If you happen to drop by and try Lago DelRey’s services, it is advised that you should NOT wear clothing with metal objects (zippers!) and such as this will possibly damage their equipments. Just go for board shorts for the guys and same for the girls (hehe).
Pardon the quality of the pictures; I took out my Olympus waterproof digital camera since it rained at the time. Despite how messy the shots look, it showed that we really enjoyed the tourist spot due to our smiles reaching our ears (harhar). Honestly, I had a grin plastered on my face the whole time and I lost my breath from laughing hard because of the excitement.
Here in Cebu, there’s actually a water park that’s similar but it’s on salt water. The Talima Adventure and Waterpark also houses, more or less, the same inflatable structures. We tried going there during one of our free time but we didn’t get lucky as the park was closed at that moment. I have yet to conquer Talima.
For now, I can just look back at the pictures that I still have of this place. Kudos to the governor of Camsur for this tourist attraction!
Camsur Watersports Complex Office:
Provincial Capitol Complex
Cadlan, Pili, Camarines Sur
You can visit the site of Lago Del Rey at www.lago-delrey.com for more information – they have lots!
Check out more of my pictures here: soloflightEd goes to Camsur’s Lago Del Rey at the CWC
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