Watersports can add excitement to your adventures abroad and offers popular activities for many tourists. From kayaking and white-water rafting to cage diving and swimming with marine life, there is a watersport to suit every taste.
Some countries offer more opportunities for watersports than others. So, if you’re a thrillseeker planning your next adventure, whether you’re looking to explore the crystal-clear waters of the Maldives, navigate the stunning coastlines of Greece, or indulge in watersports on Benetti yachts in the Brisbane River, here are the perfect locations for you to visit.
If you’re looking for holiday destinations where you can combine a beach holiday with great water sports, Thailand is an ideal option. Phuket popular tourist spot that offers visitors affordability, landscape, and friendly locals.
That’s not to mention that you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to exciting activities, including sailing, scuba diving, snorkelling and more.
You’ll never be bored when visiting the city of Brisbane as there is always something to keep you entertained. Not only will you find some of the country’s most revered art galleries and experience the vibrant music scene, but the Brisbane River and proximity to the coast means there is plenty of fun to be had on the water.
A perfect spot for adventurous couples, explore long stretches of sandy beach, surfing sports, and intricate systems of inland waterways. You’ll need a visa for a long-term visit in Australia and you can easily apply for one on AusVisa.org.
You’ll need to schedule a fair share of your time in the water when visiting Maui as the western and southern shores offer exceptional water sports opportunities. While on the island, you can choose to spend your time swimming at Ka’anapali Beach or embark on a surfing adventure near Molokini.
Maui’s waters are home to humpback whales and sea turtles so take the time to join a whale watching or sailing tour.
The Maldives is one of the best spots in the world for scuba diving. Visit locations such as Hanifaru Bay and Baa Atoll to get the chance to swim with manta rays, whale sharks and other marine life. This is alongside the never-ending opportunities for wakeboarding, catamaran sailing, and parasailing.
For the adrenaline junkies amongst us looking to experience something new, flyboarding is the activity for you. This involves climbing on a flyboard which is attached to a jet ski to send you up into the air.
Western Turkey is ideal for tourists looking to get involved in some water sports. There are countless offerings for relaxing boat tours and the conditions are perfect for some clear water snorkelling and swimming.
Areas such as Marmaris, Fethiye, and Antalya stand out as vibrant centres for water sports in Turkey. Take your pick from activities such as kiteboarding, yachting and exciting waterparks.