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Check out some of the adventurous watersports in Goa you can try out in the deep waters for a fabulous beach holiday.
#Kneeboarding

One of the first steps before you head to hard hitting water sports in Goa, Kneeboarding is for you, if you want to delve deeper into water adventures. Done with the help of a knee-board, it requires lesser focus on the balance than water-skiing and is all the fun nonetheless.

Adventure Level: Moderate
Where to try? Candolim Beach, Mobor Beach, Rajbaga Beach
Best Season: October to June
Swimming Required? Yes

 
  #Kayaking

More of a calm, exploration sport, Kayaking is the perfect water sport activity in Goa for those who want to spend the afternoon paddling along the mangroves, backwaters and mini bays. If the weather allows, it could be amongst the most fun water sports in Goa during monsoon season.

Adventure Level: Easy
Where to try? Palolem Beach, Dona Paula, Hollant Beach
Best Season: October to May
Swimming Required? No
Tips/ Suggestions: Wear a life jacket and avoid Kayaking during rain or when the sea is rough.

#WakeBoarding

Quite similar to Water Skiing, only with a single board instead of two, this sport requires lesser focus on balance. A great fun and is all the rage on Goan beaches, this one is a must try if you are a water sport aficionado.

Adventure Level: Moderate
Where to try? Candolim Beach, Mabor Beach, Rajbaga Beach
Best Season: October to May
Swimming Required? Yes

 
#Windsurfing

Extremely thrilling and exciting, windsurfing in Goa is a unique blend of surfing and sailing on the waves of Arabian Sea. Ride the waters along the changing wind direction for an amazing time.

Adventure Level: Moderate
Where to try? Dona Paula Beach, Bogmalo Beach, Vagator Beach, Calangute, Colva, Palolem, Miramar, Baga Beach
Best Season: January to March
Swimming Required? Yes
Tips/ Suggestions: The morning hours with calm breeze is best for windsurfing beginners.

#Scuba Diving

Delve deep into the gigantic coral reefs and be enamoured by the scintillating underwater life as you go scuba diving in Goa.

Adventure Level: Easy
Where to try? Grande Islands, St. George Island, Devagh Island, Pigeon Island, Netrani Islands
Best Season: October to April
Swimming Required? No
Tips/ Suggestions: Follow the pre-diving briefings carefully.

 
  #Jet skiing

Glide through the unending waters of the Arabian sea, with the wind in your hair and the warm golden sunshine. Jet skiing is one of the most enjoyable and popular watersports in Goa and a must-do irrespective of your comfort level.

Adventure Level: Easy
Where to try? Colva, Calangute, Candolim, Mobor, Miramar, Rajbaga beaches
Best Season: October to March
Swimming Required? No
Tips/ Suggestions: Wear life jacket throughout the ride. You could hire a instructor too.

#Banana Tube Boat Ride

Enjoy the thrilling ride with your friends on this giant banana shaped boat as your move ahead against the ocean waves avoiding being flipped over. This one is nothing if not fun and is amongst the easiest water sports in Goa.

Adventure Level: Easy
Where to try? Calangute, Agonda, Candolim, Palolem, Miramar, Baga, Vagator, Anjuna
Best Season: October to March
Swimming Required? No
Tips/ Suggestions: Wear life jacket throughout the ride

 
 

# Parasaling

Fly off into the sky as a speedboat tugs you along and enjoy the spectacular view from up above. Parasailing in Goa is an extremely popular water sport, one of the easiest and most enjoyable water activities to indulge in.

Adventure Level: Easy
Where to try? Dona Paula, Majorda, Anjuna, Bogmalo, Calangute, Colva, Candolim, Vagator
Best Season: October to March
Swimming Required? No
Tips/ Suggestions: Wear a life jacket while indulging in the water sport.

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