Saturday, November 17, 2012
Deca Wakeboard Park, Davao City
Deca Wakeboard Park is Davao's newest attraction and water sport destination. Nestled in semi-rustic Tacunan, Mintal in the city of Davao - it makes for a perfect getaway for a chunky serving of action or just to chill out with a cold one in hand.
Sunsets at Deca Wakeboard Park are an attraction in itself. Having that last few rides in the late afternoon amidst the waning orange glow of the sun, sinking behind a dormant volcano is just priceless. It makes those last few rides more memorable.
Lifestyle riders and international trippers will find that Davao Deca Wakeboard Park is an ideal and convenient spot to spend their wakeboarding holidays. Davao City, after all, was voted as one of the most livable city in the world. A virtual melting pot for Filipinos and Expats From Deca Wakeboard Park - bars, malls and restaurants are just a few minutes' ride away for some added "R and R". Reasonable cable rates and food prices seal the deal when it comes to deciding as to which city to ride and spend your vacation in. The beaches are accessible, the mountains are nearby and most especially - it's summer all year round!
The fortunate Davaoenos have it so easy! No need for plane rides and long car trips to the cable park. Deca Wakeboard Park is just 20 minutes away from sprawling Davao City - getting stoked has never been so accessible and convenient.
Deca Wakeboard Park is a gift to the inhabitants of booming Davao City. It aims to introduce the wakeboarding lifestyle to the community - a privilege for the locals and a huge draw for global wakeboarding and wakeskating enthusiasts. Yet another option to add in your “to do” list when in Davao.
Deca Wakeboard Park Davao will be a medium for homegrown talents to represent this fine city in future world competitions. Foreign wakeboarding enthusiasts will find Davao City and its locals to be a quite warm and friendly. Another plus and reason to make Deca Wakeboard Park THE venue for getting stoked.
Posted by Roy Baterbonia at 1:48 AM