Good or bad for Nuvali residents? At least we’ll have easy access to a world-class sports facility that other people will still have to travel to…
This is wakepark#2 for the Villafuertes, who first put up CWC or CamSur Wakeboarding Complex in Bicol. As “the first world-class watersports complex in the Philippines and in Asia,” CWC has definitely succeeded in putting CamSur on the global adventure sports and tourism map:
CWC aims to bring cable skiing to a whole new level and attract watersports enthusiasts from all over the world with its top of the line facilities and relaxing environment. This six (6)-hectare complex, with its 6-point cable ski system, is sure to draw guests, riders and spectators by the thousands. Because of good weather conditions, cable skiing in the park can be done all year round.
Republic Wake Park Nuvali, on the other hand, will occupy part of a 50-hectare land-water-air sports and recreation area in the southern part of Nuvali intended to encourage an active lifestyle for its residents (and pretty much to draw in the crowd). Apart from the Wake Park, it will also have a Skate Park and Wave Rider.
Coming just in time for summer, YEY!
Edit as of August 2011: Republic Wakepark is opening its doors on October 26, 2011. Here’s the announcement from the Republic Wakepark Facebook Page:
Heads-up, guys: REPUBL1C WAKEPARK, NUVALI will officially open on OCTOBER 26th, 2011. The Philippine Wakeboard Nationals will also be on October 26th-29th at REPUBL1C WAKEPARK, NUVALI. We would like to apologize for the delay of the opening due to the delay of construction brought by the recent typhoons. We will be announcing REPUBL1C WAKEPARK’s Yearly & Monthly Rates by end of August.
Thanks to mach000 for posting the video link on skyscrapercity.