From Paseo de Santa Rosa, my workmate, her friend, and I headed to Nuvali to experience an extreme water sport called wakeboarding. Yes, I call it extreme, because I do not know how to do it or let’s just say that any kind of water sport terrifies me.
While we were walking enthusiastically, the security guard told us that they were closed, becayse of typhoon Ruby. Surprisingly, the rain was not as heavy as the public expected. We were quite annoyed since the reason why we were there was to wakeboard.
Anyhoo, we just decided to still savor the moment by taking pictures, because it felt like we were not in the Philippines. The pictures look as if they were taken abroad. Then again, the tricycles on the background suggest otherwise.
Aside from wakeboarding which is what Nuvali is known for, they also have:
BIKE RENTAL – Php 60/hr
Helmet is provided and, of course, only one person is allowed per bike. Wearing of slippers or sandals is prohibited, too.
TAXI BOAT – Php 30/head round trip
FISH FEEDS – Php 15/pack
Nuvali is also conceptualized as an outdoor mall. We visited on a Sunday, which is why there are a lot of people. Besides, we went there during the Christmas season!