Water Sports

Water Sports

Goa is ideal place for watersports in India. The long coastal area in goa offers a wonderful opportunity to indulge in all sorts of water sport activities. A number of government and private organizations including hotels and tour operators conduct regular water sport activities like.

Jet Skiing
One of the most adventurous water sports in Goa is Jet Skiing. The sport is one of the most popular in Goa and many tourists try this sport to set their adrenalin rushing. Jet skiing requires a jet powered water scooter that are accelerated by a powerful engine. The Jet Ski equipment in Goa has a power of 100-135 horsepower.

Parasailing
Parasailing is a much sought after sport in Goa. People who love to soar high like a bird and have a bird's eye view of the coastline and the vast sea should try the parasailing sport. Para sailing is also known by the nme of Para Ascending and is sure to set your pulses racing when you try it.

For those who are seeking excitement and fun in Goa and want to do something different can try out scuba diving. The shallow shores of Goa are famous for their rich marine life. Though there are no gigantic coral reefs here, the scintillating underwater life is sure to fascinate you.

Bumper Ride
Tubing - is a riding of a tiny rounded boats on the snow or water. This activity is very exciting for adults and for children.

Bumper floater is fixed behind a speed boat (as a water ski) and as speed rises if jumps up and rider have a feeling of a flight. Controlling of the tube possible by balancing of riders body due to changing of gravity centre.

Banana Ride in Goa

An inflatable boat similar to the shape of a banana is used for Banana Boat Rides in Goa. This boat is connected to a speed boat which drives it through the sea. During the ride, the driver of the powered boat attempts to flip the banana boat upside-down by doing sharp turns.

Around 4 to 6 people can be accommodated in one banana boat.

This is very joyful activity adorable by children and adults, especially being a part of a big group. Riding in a banana boat is considered to be a safer activity than water-skiing or other towed-water sports, and is similar to tubing. It is generally safe to ride at 4+ years. Riders should always wear life jackets for safety reasons

Speed Boat in Goa
Feel thrill of braking waves and whistling wind and enjoy excitement of the speed ride in open sea. Imagine cruising at more than 50Mph in the tearing through the waves of the sea. Speed Boat rides are sure to increase your heart beat and people find this activity very exciting so most of the tourists in Goa are attracted to speed boat rides.

Water Skiing
For those who love to feel the ocean waves splashing across their face while rushing through water, the water skiing sport is just the right option for you. In Goa, you can experience a sense of adventure and thrill by trying out the water skiing sport. With plenty of beaches and more or less calm seas, there shouldn't be a reason as to why you should no try water skiing here.

Wind Surfing
Wind surfing is a very popular sport of Goa and must be tried when you visit this place. A unique combination of sailing and surfing, wind surfing sport is a sport that is sure to set your pulses racing. It can indeed be an elating experience for a person who has learnt the perfect nuances of this water sport.

 
Dinghy sailing is a popular water sport in Goa. It is almost like wind surfing sport, but it does not require as much efforts as is required in wind surfing. The dinghies are usually 15 feet in length and can accommodate 3 people. The best months to try this sport are from October to April. 

                                                            

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