Coming from wakeboard enthusiast themselves, the facilities and equipment in Nuvali are really great. Aside from this, equipment in Nuvaliare relatively newer. Republic Wakepark is recommended both for beginners and to more serious wakeboarders. Republic Wakepark also offers more than the serene man-made body water for you to wakeboard on. It also has a series of generous offering of obstacles to make the experience more challenging and exciting. The park has been a host to several wakeboarding events already. Some of those are The Wake of Thrones last November 2013 and the King of Rails.
Riding rates at this cable park is affordable and flexible. There are available options like 1- 2- 4- and 8- hour passes if you plan to ride for a few hours only. You may also opt for the day or the night pass and the park also offers unlimited passes for a week, a month, 6 months and a year. This is perfect for the real enthusiast and to those who really see this as a serious hobby. Using your own wakeboard is welcome but the park also offers boards for rent during your stay. For those who don’t want to wakeboard, there is also an elevated pool. The rate would be 120 Php per head, unlimited time.
For those who would like to maximize their riding time by staying longer, the park offers affordable and comfortable accommodations. They offer two Nuvali houses where you can stay for only 700 Php each person per night. Each house has three bedrooms, one toilet and bath, hot and cold shower, electric kettle, and oven toaster. The houses are just five minutes away from Republic Wakepark
To go here, aside from the usual bus going to Balibago, bus and shuttle vans are available which go directly to Nuvali. Once in Nuvali, there are shuttle rides that service guests to Republic Wakepark.
To know more about Wakeboarding in Nuvali, you can visit their website at http://republ1cwakepark.com/. Their address is at West Diversity Boulevard, Nuvali, 4027 Calamba, Laguna or you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.