5 Water Sports and Where to Try Them
Want to experience something new the next time you go on vacation? Have a go at a water sport you haven't tried before. You don't necessarily have to be adventurous in order to enjoy these water-themed activities, so take your friends or family members with you and have a great time at one of these provinces.
Surfing in Baler
If you want to learn how to surf (and surf properly!), head to Baler. Located in Eastern Luzon facing the Pacific Ocean, Baler is a prime spot for surfing because this is where the waves and the tide meet. The journey to Baler is an adventure on its own, taking around five to six hours by bus, but the surfing experience and the view are definitely worth the long travel time.
Stay at: Costa Pacifica
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Windsurfing in Puerto Galera
If you are feeling adventurous, head to Puerto Galera and go windsurfing. For more than two decades, Puerto Galera has established itself as a top windsurfing spot that people from around the world visit. The best time to go windsurfing in Puerto Galera is around mid-February for the second leg of the Philippine National Windsurfing Championship circuit. Tourists also come to participate in this prestigious event.
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