Water sports tourism is thriving in many of places across the globe. Water activities are at its best in the Southeast Asian islands like Maldives, Bali, etc. Today water tourism goes beyond swimming, scuba diving and snorkeling, there are adrenaline filled boat towing action, high altitude paragliding and more. The water thrills are never ending; be it just lazing around in the still waters or having a sun bath in the white beach sand. The two major water sports destinations in Asia include Maldives and Bali.
Water excursions in Maldives
Liberate your sensation with parasailing as you experience the breathtaking beauty of the Maldives. You have adrenaline pumping wind and water surfing activities that are guided by professionals who can take you to the best surf sites to coach you in kneeboarding or wakeboarding. Jet skiing is another way to explore the islands. The tourists can locate a remote reef and start jet skiing to snorkel in the clear waters. Banana boats or ski tubes are popular ways to explore the islands.
Some of the sea activities include
- Wind surfing
- Banana boat
- Catamaran sailing
- Jet skiing
- Banana Boat & Fun tubes
- Wave surfing
Some of the diving experiences include:
- Beginner and advanced diving courses
- World class dive sites
- Free diving equipment
- Customized dive boats
- Extreme diving
- Bubble maker
- Safety first
- Eco diving
Water excursions in Bali
The water sports activities are focused around Tanjung Benoa peninsula. It is the ideal location for water sports in Bali. Surfing is active around the beach resort region like Kuta and the Bukit peninsula. Seabed walking is offered at the Nusa Lembongan island.
Kuta is one of the famous beaches in Bali. You can find wave riders hunting for the perfect waves to glide on it. The Bukit peninsula is popular for its challenging barrels. The Medewi and Canggu islands on the western shores and the Keramas in the east are famous for its black sand beaches.
Scuba diving is the top most water activity in Bali, as it is considered to have some of the best diving sites in the world. The water temperature is ideal for the marine life and coral reefs. The shipwrecks and drop-off walls at the underwater sites are worth a watch. Some of the best dive sites are located at Sanur reef, Tulamben, Amed and Nusa Lembongan.
Snorkelling is the best way to enjoy underwater delights. You can enjoy the rich coral reef without carrying heavy oxygen tanks or scuba diving certifications. Snorkeling activity can be performed simply by wearing a mask, fins and snorkel.
Seawalking is an interesting experience for those who love to explore the seabeds. Here you can enjoy the exotic marine life and coral reefs. This can be done without PADI certification by wearing a underwater helmet. The seawalkers in Sanur is the most popular. You can interact with the marine life under the supervision of qualified and experienced guides in their scuba gears.