I am no longer managing the kitesurfing nature camp in the Linapacan area, so I have given my two kiteboards to my two best boatmen (part of the private boat tours). You can use those for wakeboarding for 2,000pesos for unlimited use if you book a tour with us, or one of our wakesurf boards for 4,000pesos for unlimited use. Or we could possibly arrange a speedboat to pull you in the Linapacan area, otherwise bancas are used for our boat tours. They do not generate the waves as shown in the below video, so you will probably need to be pulled. It can take a while for these boats to turn around to pick you up if you fall in the water, in which case the wakesurf boards can be better because they float and are easier to use.
Following are some links to other wakeboarding places in the Philippines.
- Six Places to Wakeboard in the Philippines
- Republic Wakepark: NUVALI’s World-class Wakeboarding Destination – cable park
- Wakeboard Philippines on Facebook
- Camsur Watersports Complex – full cable, winch park
- Lago de Oro – hotel and cable ski park
- Wake Scout – large list of wakeboard sites in the Philippines, with map
- Deca Wake Park Clark – cable park in Angeles City
To get here you can join or book one of our private custom Palawan boat tours between El Nido and Coron, as some of our boats are equipped with wakeboards, so you can do the same on the way. Tons of paradise beach islands to see along the way, excellent snorkeling in crystal clear waters, caves to explore, Spanish fortress and much more. Completely off the beaten path!
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Takes a while for the banca boat to turn around if you fall down, but if you have the budget a speedboat can be arranged at the halfway point. In any case, quite the blast cruising in between all those beautiful islands.