A trip to Goa sounds very fascinating. Every family, friend or colleague groups once in a while think about Goa before planning a vacation. It is one of the glamorous vacation destinations in India. This paradise by the sea is known for its tropical sandy beaches, cold water, rave parties, casinos, lots of coconuts, cashew nuts, liquor, and amazing seafood.
The best part about Goa is its adventurous water sports. From Parasailing to Jet Ski rides, from Banana ride to Kayaking, from Surf Boarding to Snorkelling, one will always find something thrilling to do. With all these adventurous activities on your palette, the first and foremost thing to consider is your safety. Kindly follow all the instructions given by your guide and wear your life jackets properly.
Your Goa trip will go in vain if you do not do this sport. Instructions and guidelines should be followed properly. Summertime is the perfect season as the water is cooler. You can see coral reefs and underwater life right before your eyes. Places: Grande Islands, St. George Island, Devagh Island, Pigeon Island, Netrani Islands.
Water skiing is all about speed and gives you a kick. The skier is tied to a speedboat by a string and it pulls the skier. While the skier has to balance and float on the water as per the speed. The beginners are suggested to take guidance of the professionals before doing this sport. Places: Candolim Beach, Mobor Beach, Rajbaga Beach, Majorda Beach
Surfboarding is among the famous water sports in Goa. The surfers are very much in love with surfing. Usually, 18+ skilled individuals can be seen surfing on the tides as it requires maturity to balance on the waves. Places: Dona Paula Beach, Bogmalo Beach, Vagator Beach, Calangute, Colva, Palolem, Miramar, Baga Beach
It is very different from water skiing. This is the most common and simplest sport amongst all other water sport. With the help of a power-packed water bike, one can venture the shallow waters of the sea. Once you get used to this sport, it will be easy for you to cut through the choppy waters of the sea. Places: Colva, Calangute, Candolim, Miramar, Rajbaga beaches, Mobor Beach, Vagator Beach
If you aren’t afraid of heights, then it is the right sport for you. An individual is harnessed to the parasail at one end, while the other end is attached to a speed boat, henceforth allowing the balloon to take off in the air. It is suggested that one should wear comfortable clothes while doing this activity. Places: Dona Paula, Majorda, Anjuna, Bogmalo, Calangute, Colva, Candolim, Vagator, Mobor Beach
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