ADVENTURE WATER SPORTS
People enjoy a variety of different water sports, some are sole activities for relaxing and others are better when enjoyed with friends. Certain water activities are for pure leisure or recreational purposes while others are pursued much more competitively. With water sports, there is never a dull moment. You will have fun, experience an adrenaline rush, and enjoy it to the core.
Here is a list of some of the most popular water sports.
Sailing or yachting can be enjoyed either recreationally (cruising) or competitively (racing). Sailing is a particular water sport which can be easily taught to your children and enjoy the experience as a family activity.
Canoeing involves paddling with a single bladed paddle. It’s a popular water sport on lakes and rivers because it is easy to steer a canoe around possible obstacles such as rapids and they are also very efficient on the water.
Kayaking and canoeing are often viewed as very similar activities. There are two types of kayaks, one being the more traditional sit in kayak and the new, improved and easily accessible sit on top kayak.
Surfing is mainly a sea or ocean sport where the surfer uses a surfboard to ride on moving waves towards the shore.
Kitesurfing lets you get closer to the wind and waves and allows you to experience a water sport like never before. Kitesurfing takes a lot of courage and adrenaline..
Diving & Snorkeling
Scuba diving is underwater diving and the diver uses an independent breathing apparatus containing compressed air which they carry themselves. Diving and snorkeling activities is not just limited to the professional divers but can be a perfect family activity when travelling somewhere hot and exotic.
SUP (Stand-Up Paddleboarding) is very similar to surfing but more of a relaxed water sport. This particular sport is really easy to pick up for newcomers and only requires excellent balance and careful paddle strokes.