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Water Sports in Monsoon at Goa

Jet Ski, Scuba diving, Parasailing, Kayaking, Flyboarding, Banana Boat ride, Backwater Cruising, Water skiing, Speed Boat ride, Bumper ride

Goa is generally known for its grand parties, sand, beaches, water activities, etc to make your vacation an awesome encounter. With an extensive coastline and blue skies, Goa offers numerous chances to explore the pristine blue waters. There are numerous spots to visit in Goa that make it so popular among globetrotters who are in search of water sports or just for the fun time at the beaches. The best time to visit Goa is during the rainy Season as there are ample monsoon water sports in Goa and secondly, the cool breezy weather adds up to the fun of the water activities you perform.

Even if you are not an expert or trying it for the first time the water sports in monsoon at Goa are completely fun and safe as they are practiced under a supervisor.

It’s advisable to choose the monsoon water sports combo in Goa as it is pocket-friendly and combines the fun and thrill as you indulge in multiple activities. The most loved watersports here are Jet Ski, Scuba diving, Parasailing and Kayaking. You can also indulge in some easier watersports like Banana Boat rides, Backwater Cruising and Bumper rides if you are in search of less thrill and more tranquil. So, with so many options choose the best combo as per your choice and desire. These activities are also influenced by the winds so the monsoon season lets you enjoy these activities to the fullest.
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Jet Ski

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Jet skiing is a popular monsoon water sport in Goa specially crafted for the daredevils as it is the most energizing water sport here. The normal force of the jet skis is 100-135 hp. But even if you're willing to try it for the first time then don't worry as the scooter-like machine is really easy to operate. 
The activity is performed under the vision of a supervisor to avoid any mishap. 

- Location-
If you want to try this exciting activity then you can test your luck at Anjuna, Calangute, Baga, Aguada, and Candolim

- Price-
600- 1000 Rs

- Preferred age-
You need to be 10 years or older to perform this activity. 
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Scuba Diving

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Scuba diving allows you to experience submerged life and the rich vibrant colorful underwater world. While you dive in the crystal clear water you get to witness the beautiful coral nurseries underneath the water.

To double the fun and knowledge of your underwater world it's advisable to swing along with a guide or instructor so that he keeps guiding you throughout the activity. Scuba diving along with other activities makes the best monsoon water sports combo in Goa.

- Location- The best beaches for a lifetime experience of Scuba diving are Calangute Beach, Baga Beach, Sao Gorge Island, and Anjuna Beach.

- Price- 1000-7000 Rs depending on the location and combo you prefer.

- Preferred age - It is available for all above the age of 10.
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Parasailing is perhaps the most fascinating  Monsoon water sport in Goa. Take off in the sky and appreciate the astounding perspective on the sea from up above. You fly on a parasail bridle which is attached to the speedboat by means of a 30-40 m long rope.

You will be pulled, as the speedboat moves at high speed. The excellence of the blue sky and the blue water underneath is captivating and the whole experience is really thrilling.

- Location-
The best beaches for Parasailing are Anjuna, Calangute,  Candolim, and  Vagator Beach.

- Price-
600- 1800 Rs depending on the location you try at.

- Preferred age-
If you're above the age of 11 you can try this fun-filled activity.
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If you're a calm and serene person who likes to spend your vacation while gazing at the beauty of nature then Kayaking in Goa is for you. It lets you enjoy peddling in the relaxed blue water along with spotting the birds, gazing at the palm, and coconut trees lining the shore and the best thing is to see the dolphins diving in and out of the water. Kayaking here takes you the routes of unexplored mangroves forest.

- Location-
Go to Sylvan Siridao, Baga Beach, Bat Island for the best Kayaking experience.

- Price-
1500-10500 depending on the location and combo you choose

- Preferred age -
Kids around the age of 7 and above can start with Tandem Kayaking.
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If you also had the desire of rising out of the water just like Hrithik Roshan did in Bang Bang then you too can fulfill this desire of yours, Flyboarding is a blend of fly ski and jetpack where a fly-board is connected to a stream ski which sends you as high as 15 meters in the air. 

This activity is quite thrilling and is regarded as the best water sports in monsoon at Goa and is surely going to quench your thirst for adventure.

- Location-
The most loved destination in Goa for flyboarding is Calangute beach and Chapora River.

- Price-
2000- 2700 RS

- Preferred age -
Those who are above 12 years of age are considered ideal to perform this activity.
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Banana Boat Ride

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The Banana boat ride is the most loved monsoon water sports combo in Goa, especially for the kids and senior citizens. This is basically an inflatable boat, which is made resembling the shape of a banana and fixed to a speedboat.

Once you are settled over it and ready for the adventure, the boat pulls the banana in the pristine blue waters. It is one of the simplest water sports to do in Goa.

-Location- Head towards the Calangute, Candolim, Baga, Anjuna, and Vagator beaches in Goa to try this offbeat experience of boating.

-Price- 400-2000 Rs depending on the location and the combo package you choose

-Preferred age- Kids above the age of 10 can enjoy this banana boat ride.
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Backwater Cruising

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Sailing through the backwaters is a prestigious way to escape the chaos of the city when in Goa. The cruise sails along the Mandovi's river, Old Goa, and the islands, Chorao and Divar.

The journey lets you enjoy the scenic vistas along with a huge variety of flora and fauna which includes emerald green thickets in the mangrove forests, dolphins plunging in and out of the water, crocodiles lying on the shore.

- Location- The journey takes you through the Mandovi River.

- Preferred age - Kids at a young age too can enjoy this along with parents or Guardians.
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Water Skiing

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Feel the adventure of seashore and waters sprinkle across your face as you surf along the waves while water skiing in Goa. If you love speed and are down for some fun and fervor, enjoy this experience while visiting Goa.

Water skiing is all about balancing yourself while you are tied to the board through a rope and made to ride over the blues as it runs through a motorboat attached to it. The speed of the water boat keeps increasing to keep you floating on the water. Take care of the harness so that you don't fall into the water.

- Location-
If you want to enjoy water skiing then the best place is Majorda beach or Mobor Beach.

- Price- 1000-2000 Rs
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Speed Boat Ride

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If you're in search of the most thrilled filled monsoon water sports in Goa then nothing can coordinate with the fun and frolic of speed boat fun ride. The boat rides at a very speed of around 50 mph cutting through the waves.

This boat ride is for those who haven't felt satisfied with a normal boat ride and want to add adventure to it, the ride becomes even more interesting when the cold water splashes all over you.

- Location- 
You can find it at Mobor Beach

- Price-
900- 1200 Rs
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Bumper Ride

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This bumpy ride is more sort of a banana ride except for the structure here is like a donut rather than a banana. The Bumper is tied to a speed boat and once you sit in along with a safety jacket it takes you in the water making it an offbeat experience.

Balance yourself on the rubber tube for as long as you can by maintaining a strong grip otherwise, you will off the donut and straight into water.

- Location-
It is located on Calangute Beach

- Price-
400-600 Rs

- Preferred age-
Children over the age of 12 can ride over the Beach.
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People Also Ask About Goa

  1. Which are the best beaches in Goa for water sports?

    1. Calangute Beach- Often referred to as the queen of beaches, Calangute Beach has a long list of monsoon water sports in Goa. The most loved activities at the beach are kayaking, windsurfing, jet-skiing, parasailing, and banana riding.

    2. Baga Beach- This is the most lively beach in the city. Apart from the best beach vibes, it is known to enjoy various water sports in monsoon at Goa which includes jet-skiing, parasailing, power scooter rides, scuba diving, and snorkeling.

    3. Anjuna Beach- The beach is known for its clear blue water from the Arabian Sea. Apart from lying lazily on the soft sands, you can also opt for monsoon water sports combo in Goa which includes Scuba diving, windsurfing, paragliding, parasailing.

    4. Candolim Beach- This beach is one of the most visited beaches in Goa and is known for its soft sand and dolphins that could be spotted here. If you're looking for a beach in Goa where you can enjoy water sports like parasailing, bumpy banana ride, snorkeling, boat ride, jet skiing and even scuba diving then Candolim Beach is the best and calm place.
  2. Is it good to visit Goa in the monsoon?

    Goa is often known for its beaches and parties and the rains in the monsoon fill up the beaches like never before so monsoon is one of the best times to visit Goa. Water sports in monsoon at Goa are known to double your joy of holidays.
  3. Is parasailing safe in Goa?

    Yes, Parasailing in Goa is completely safe as it is performed under the supervision of experts.
  4. What should I wear for water sports in Goa?

    You are supposed to wear a loose and comfortable piece of clothing for water sports in Goa along with hats and sunglasses for better visibility. If you don’t want to get the beach tan then don’t forget to wear sunscreen. If you're going for monsoon water sports in Goa then it is advisable to wear a raincoat or carry umbrellas along with you.
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