Thursday, March 22

Camarines Sur: Perfect Destination for Tourists for Its Man-made and Natural Beauties

CamSur Tourist Spots Beaches,Landmarks, & CWC
Camarines Sur is an exotic paradise located in the Bicol Region. The province is considered as the largest among the six Bicol provinces in terms of land area and population. Camarines Sur is truly blessed to have diverse picture-perfect sceneries that will surely satisfy tourists seeking for adrenaline-pumping adventures. A perfect tourist destination.  Included in its rich natural resources are the white and black sand beaches, mystique caves, majestic waterfalls, different species of flora and fauna, world-class and top of the line watersports center, and many other to-die-for sceneries.

Every traveler would surely find refuge, excitement and relaxation in every Camarines Sur tourist destination. Apart from the natural resources, the province also boasts of commercial landmarks which can be found in Naga City. Truly, this Bicolandia pride is perfect for travel, adventure, sports, or just mere vacation.

Historical Landmarks in Camarines Sur

If you want to unearth and learn the rich history and culture of Camarines Sur, then its historical places and landmarks are perfect for a traveler your type. Nahulugan Kampana is the belfry of the very first church that is made of stone of Lagonoy. The Calvario Hill of Iriga City on the other hand is where the Emerald Grotto of our Lady of Lourdes can be found. The Kinuwartelan, a Spanish Garrison, is also a recommended place to visit while in Iriga.

People of Camarines Sur are religious in nature hence they always take pride in their churches. Naga is actually likened to Rome because its century-old churches are near from each other. The churches found in Naga City were built centuries ago but still remains to be the pilgrimage center because of the famous and religious celebration of the Penafrancia Festival held every September. This festival honors Bicol’s patroness, Our Lady of Penafrancia.

Pristine Beautiful Beaches for Tourists

While touring the paradise of Camarines Sur, you’ll surely feel that time is so short. With so many tourist spots to visit, time seems to be your number one enemy. White sand beaches and clear waters and the perfect tropical climate are what drive tourists to visit this spectacular place. Pasacao, the local version of the Copacabana Beach in Brazil, is the best place to hang out with your friends during summer. From the commercial Naga City to Sabang, and then San Jose, you can reach Caramoan Island by boat. This island has received nothing but praises from tourists around the globe.

The best thing about this island is that it still remains unexploited by commercialism. So there is no surprise that you’ll find nothing but the best of nature: rugged coastline, white sand and crystal-clear water. No one can surely resist the beauty of this hidden treasure. Adventure-seekers can enjoy scuba diving, snorkeling, and whole lot diverse and fun-filled activities. For pure relaxation, you may just opt to lie under the starry skies at night.

CamSur Water Sports Complex (CWC): World Class Adventure

Of course, Camarines Sur would never be a top destination if not for the Camsur Watersports Complex or popularly known as the CWC. Here, tourists who seek for water adventure can surely have a grand time. Today, CWC is the favorite spot of the world’s most avid wakeboarders. The six-hectare compound was the brainchild of Governor Luis Raymund Villafuerte and boasts of a six-point eight-cable ski system.

The fun does not stop there. Visitors can also enjoy Lago Del Ray. This is perfect for people who are not into wakeboarding. Here, you can do swimming, wall climbing, surfing, polo, water slides and a lot more exciting adventures.

Week Long Festival in Cam Sur

To prove that the people of Camarines Sur know how to have fun, the Kaogma Festival is held yearly. This celebration is aimed to commemorate the province’s foundation. The week-long celebration has events that would highlight the province’s offers to the world. This place is truly a great tourist destination in the Philippines.

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