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Scuba diving, snorkeling, banana boat ride, flyboarding, kayaking, parasailing, jet ski, white water rafting, wakeboarding, speed boating, surfboarding, kite surfing, windsurfing, Ringo ride, Canyoning, Water zorbing, Dinghy sailing, and many more.

The exhilarating water sports in Goa calls out adventure seekers from every single corner of the world to indulge in some once in a lifetime experience in a tropical heaven. Goa gets a long stretch of surreal coastline along the Arabian Sea, offering the adventure seekers with a plethora of water based activities. Starting from water skiing to parasailing and from water scootering to banana boat riding, you will have a wide range of sports available for you to indulge in. 

Indulging in Goa water sports on the bright and breezy beaches, you will get a chance to make some everlasting memories with your loved ones.

While trying out kneeboarding in Goa, you will get to enjoy the relaxed version of water skiing. Kayaking in the calm waters of Arabian sea will instill peaceful vibes in you.

You can also try out scuba diving to explore the hidden treasures of the underwater world as well as parasailing to not only enjoy the thrill but also capture the scenic coastline views.
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  1. What are the top water sports to do in Goa?

    1. Scuba Diving: Scuba Diving is one of the most sought after Goa water sports that you can take part in to enjoy the scintillating underwater life. You will come across a wide range of rock formations as well as coral reefs. The scuba diving experience in Goa will let you come close to some of the enchanting marine creatures as well. The best places to try out this fun-filled yet adventure sport are Grande Islands, St. George Island, Devbagh Island, Pigeon Island, and Netrani Islands.
    Timing: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Price: INR 1399 Per Adult

    2. Flyboarding:
     Flyboarding can be considered as one of the ultimate water sports in Goa that you can try out during your visit. This sport gives you the thrill of jet skiing and jetpack as a flyboard is attached to the jet ski. You will go up to 15 meter in the air and this will surely give you an exciting adrenaline rush. You can try out this activity in Baina beach from the month of October to the month of May.
    Timing: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Price: INR 1999 Per Adult

    3. Parasailing:
     Parasailing is one of the top water sports in Goa that gives you a chance of flying off into the sky enjoying stunning views from a great height. With time, this sport has become one of the most sought after activities to indulge in Goa. It is also one of the easiest activities to participate in as you will be assisted by an expert. Some of the best places to take part in this activity are Dona Paula, Anjuna, Colva, Bogmalo, Majorda, Calangute, Candolim, and Vagator.
    Timing: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Price: INR 850 Per Adult

    4. Snorkelling:
     Snorkelling in Goa lets you enjoy the thrill of submerging in the calm and azure blue waters of Arabian Sea to explore the enchanting marine life. You will be welcomed by some of the beautiful undersea creatures like lionfish, barracudas, angelfish, and batfish. Apart from all these, the two wrecks present on the sea bed makes the snorkelling experience priceless. Some of the best places to try out this activity would be in Suzy’s Wreck Bat Island and Navy Island Bogmalo, and Grande Island.
    Timing: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Price: INR 1399 Per Adult

    5. Kayaking:
     Kayaking is yet another popular water sport in Goa that takes you through the alluring and calm mangroves. You will get to spend your time paddling through the mangroves, mini bays, and backwaters of Goa. If the climatic conditions are pleasant, you will surely fall in love with this activity. The best time to indulge in this activity would be during the monsoon season as the environment becomes just enchanting. Some of the best places to try out this activity in Goa would be Palolem Beach, Dona Paula, and Hollant Beach.
    Timing: 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
    Price: INR 1299 Per Adult

    6. Wakeboarding:
     If you love being part of adventures, then the most adventurous water sports in Goa would be wakeboarding which is generally quite similar to water skiing. You will be standing with a single board instead of two. This adventure Goa water sports requires lesser balancing skills and is a great fun filled activity. You will be fighting with the azure blue waters of Arabian sea to maintain your balance and control. The best place to try out this activity in Goa would be Candolim Beach, Mobor Beach, and Rajbaga Beach.
    Timing: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Price: INR 7500 Per Adult

    7. Windsurfing:
     
    Windsurfing is an amazing water sport in Goa that gets the perfect blend of surfing and sailing. You will be riding the waves of the Aravian Sea along the direction of the wind for a good time. This thrilling activity is usually at its best in Dona Paula Beach, Vagator Beach, Bogmalo Beach, Colva, Palolem, Calangute, Miramar, and Baga Beach. You can reach the windsurfing sports early in the morning hours to enjoy the calm environment and cool breeze.
    Timing: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Price: INR 1000 - INR 2000 Per Adult

    8. White Water Rafting: 
    Goa is known to offer its guests a taste of adventurous white water rafting. You will get to feel the rush of wind in your hair as well as splash of water on your body during this activity. The most sought after places for white water rafting in Goa are Mhadei River and Tilari River. Your ride will be surrounded by beautiful lush vegetation on all sides giving you an ultimate natural feel. The best time to indulge in this activity would be from the month of June to the month of September.
    Timing: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Price: INR 2299 Per Adult

    10. Jet Skiing: 
    Jet Skiing through the never ending azure blue waters of Arabian Sea will give you a chance to taste the ultimate thrill. You will get to enjoy the strong wind against your hair in the warm golden sunshine during this enjoyable activity.
    You will be able to make the most of this adventurous activity from the month of October to the month of March. Some of the best places to enjoy this thrilling activity will be Colva, Candolim, Calangute, Miramar, Rajbaga beaches, and Mobor.
    Timing: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Price: INR 399 Per Adult

    11. Banana Tube Boat Ride: 
    If you are visiting Goa with your friends, then trying out the Banana Tube Boat Ride will be one of the best water sports in Goa. You will be riding in a giant boat that is shaped like a banana against the big ocean waves.
    This is one of the easiest Goa water sports that you can try in between the months of October and March. The best places to try out this activity would be Calangute, Candolim, Agonda, Palolem, Baga, Vagator, Anjuna, and Miramar.
    Timing: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Price: INR 450 Per Adult

    12. Kneeboarding: 
    Kneeboarding can be considered as one of the lesser difficult versions of regular skiing. It is one of the top water sports in Goa that you must try out as it gives you a chance to delve deeper into the azure blue waters of Arabian Sea.
    The activity is majorly done with a knee board on which you would kneel down holding the harness tied to the speedboat. You will have ultimate fun filled experiences taking part in one of the most thrilling Goa water sports. If you wish to have the best of Knee boarding, then you can head out to Candolim Beach, Mobor Beach, and Rajbaga Beach.
    Timing: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    Price: INR 350 Per Person
  2. Which are the best places for water sports in Goa?

    1. Calangute Beach: Calangute Beach, popularly known as the "Queen of Beaches," is the best place in Goa for all kinds of water sports. Calangute Beach has it all, whether you want to ride the waves, dive into the crystal blue sea, or fly above the breathtaking shoreline.
    Famous Water sports to do: Kayaking, windsurfing, jet skiing, parasailing, banana rides, water surfing

    2. Baga Beach: 
    Baga Beach is one of Goa's most well-known beaches, and it has a lot to offer fun to the adventure seekers. You may participate in a variety of water sports here, including bumper boats, jet skiing, banana rides, parasailing, and more! And if you're a speed freak, getting on a speed boat will be a blast.
    If you want to spend some time with your family or friends, a banana boat ride is the greatest option, as it can accommodate up to ten people.
    Famous Water sports to do: Banana Boat Rides

    3. Anjuna Beach: 
    Anjuna Beach, also known as the "Freak Capital of the World," is the ideal location for lazy vacationers. Jet skiing and paragliding are two of the most popular activities. This can be a dream come true for water sports lovers!
    Famous Water sports to do: Parasailing, Jet Skiing, Banana Boat Ride, and ATV Bike Ride

    4. Sinquerim Beach: 
    Sinquerim Beach is one of Goa's cleanest, calmest, and most picturesque places to relax and enjoy water sports. This beach is ideal for swimming, and it is one that should not be missed. Sinquerim Beach is regarded as one of Goa's top water sports beaches. Furthermore, the rates of water sports are quite inexpensive, making it very appealing to tourists.
    Famous Water sports to do: Parasailing

    5. Majorda Beach: 
    Majorda Beach is an exquisite site surrounded with swaying palms that caters to everyone from thrill seekers participating in water sports to couples strolling along the scenic coast to tourists simply relaxing on the beach.
    Famous Water sports to do: Surfing, skiing, banana boat rides, snorkelling, paragliding, and parasailing.

  3. Which are the best places to do scuba diving in Goa?

    1. Grande Island: Imagine diving into the huge ocean, swimming alongside peaceful oceanic creatures and glimpsing the ocean bed, which is filled with valuable and brilliant stones! Scuba diving is a must-do when visiting Goa, India's most colourful and bustling city. Scuba diving is available on Grande Island, and it will keep you entertained for a long time.

    2. Sail Rock:
    Sail Rock is very much popular for being home to a wide range of flora and fauna. This place has got a lot to offer to the adventure seekers coming over for a dream holiday vacation. Stand atop Sail Rock and plunge down into the Arabian Sea's warm, clear waters, through tropical fish swimming around, to its murky depths. Here on Sail Rock, you can experience this joyous moment!

    3. Davy Jones Locker:
    Scuba divers will enjoy Davy Jones Locker. This metal wreck's hull and propeller are all that can be seen. Tropical fish such as barracuda, schooling jacks, tuna, mullets, and moray eels can be found in the water. The main drawback is that due to strong currents, only experienced divers are permitted to dive here.

    4. Turbo tunnel:
    The underwater splendour of this site is perfect for both novices and expert divers. The powerful waves will carry you to Surge City, an underwater paradise of large boulders and sands where unusual fish such as parrotfish, triggerfish, angelfish, stonefish, porcupine fish, and small barracuda can be seen swimming.

    5. Suzy's Wreck:
    This wreck, which lies between 2 and 13 metres deep, is encrusted with soft and hard corals, offering a haven for blennies, nudibranchs, clams, and lobsters. Giant groupers, barracuda, Indian bannerfish, lionfish, squid, eels, sweetlips, batfish, and puffers are among the other marine animals that are frequently seen around the wreck.

  4. Which are the best places to do parasailing in Goa?

    1. Candolim Beach: The beach is famed for its scrubbing dunes, which make this lovely beach parasailing heaven. Allow this beach to work its spell on you if you want to enjoy water sports and beauty at the same time. Parasailing in Candolim Beach will cost you around rupees 800 for 20 mins duration.

    2. Bogmalo Beach:
    Bogmalo Beach in Goa is ideal for soaking up the sun while parasailing to your heart's content. The pristine beach, which confronts red cliffs, provides an amazing experience for adventure seekers who adore parasailing. Parasailing on Bogmalo Beach costs between Rs. 500 and Rs. 800 for 10-20 minutes.

    3. Baga Beach:
    Baga Beach is one of the most sought after beach destinations in Goa for parasailing. Taking part in these activities, you will be able to enjoy the scenic views of the azure blue waters of Arabian sea as well as the surreal coastline dotted with tropical plantations.

    4. Mobor Beach:
    Massive wild waves pound the shore, making it an ideal location for parasailing. This beach is ideal for parasailing since it provides a panoramic view of the surrounding. Tourists can relax and enjoy themselves while soaring high above the crystal clear ocean. Taking part in the parasailing activity, you will not only be thrilled with the adventures of flying like a bird but you will also be able to capture serene views of the surroundings. Parasailing in Mobor Beach would roughly cost you Rs. 900 for 15 minutes.

    5. Vagator Beach:
    Vagator Beach's splendour is unrivalled, and parasailing does it justice. Participants may appreciate the verdant environment while soaring high in the sky, which is very gorgeous and unique. The beach is also well-known for being the location of numerous Bollywood film shoots. Parasailing on Vagator Beach would set you back 500-800 rupees for 20-30 minutes.

  5. Which are the best places to do snorkelling in Goa?

    1. Monkey Beach: While snorkelling in Goa, Monkey Beach is one of the best places to snorkel amid the calm waves of the Arabian Sea and spot fascinating and uncommon species of marine life. Snorkeling in Monkey Beach will undoubtedly be a memorable experience!

    2. Bat Island:
    Visit this lovely island to learn about the unique marine life that can be found here. While admiring the tranquil air of Goa's backwaters, you can view the rarest humpback dolphins at play. After snorkelling, dine in one of the best restaurants for a delectable non-vegetarian lunch.

    3. Miramar Beach:
    Miramar Beach is a great place to go snorkelling in Goa if you want to have a tranquil and quiet experience. When you indulge in snorkelling activities, you will get to see a wide range of marine creatures like the Dolphin species. The sea's dazzling waters will undoubtedly refresh your mind, body, and spirit.

    4. Grande Beach:
     Grande Beach allows you to participate in some of the most thrilling water sports, such as snorkelling, where you may explore the diverse underwater life and be awestruck by its beauty. The snorkelling specialists will keep you safe and provide you with the necessary safety gear and equipment.

  6. Which are the best places to do Jet skiing in Goa?

    1. Colva: Heading over to the famous Colva Beach, you will be able to enjoy an adrenaline-pumping adventure activity with your loved ones. You will be able to try out jet skiing activities along the surreal coastline of Goa. You will be provided with introductory sessions by expert guides and then you can try out on your own.

    2. Calangute:
     Calangute Beach is considered to be one of the most idyllic beaches in Goa where you can enjoy jet skiing. While you try out this super thrilling activity, you will be able to enjoy picture-perfect scenic views all around.

    3. Candolim:
    Trying out jet skiing at one of the most spectacular beaches of Goa, you will be able to ride those huge splashes of waves. Before trying out this activity, you will be trained by certified instructors and guides. You should make sure that you understand every move perfectly before trying it out.

  7. When is the best time to visit Goa for experiencing watersports?

    The best time to visit Goa for experiencing watersports would be from the month of October to the month of March. It is the time in which the sky remains cloudless and the climatic conditions are just wonderful for outdoor water based sports.

  8. Is Goa worth visiting for watersports?

    Goa is one of the best locations in India for watersports as it is adorned with white sandy coastline and wonderful marine life. You can plan out a trip to this place with your loved ones and indulge in a wide range of water sports like scuba diving, kayaking, snorkelling and many others.

  9. What are the essential things to keep in mind while going for water sports in Goa ?

    -You should not be under any kind of intoxication while trying out water sports in Goa.
    -You should follow the guidelines of the instructor and should seek assistance immediately in case of any issue.
    -You should carefully attend the introductory sessions and learn the skills required for the sport you wish to try out.
    -You should get a medical test done before taking part in the extreme water based activities like scuba, so that you don’t end up in any kind of problem.
    -You should properly practise breathing in and out before diving into the sea and if you find it difficult, seek assistance from the guides.

  10. Which is the best place to do Snorkelling in Goa? How much will it cost me?

    Goa is one of the tops and few destinations to offer snorkeling in India. While snorkeling here, you can expect to spot parrotfish, angelfish, snappers, Moorish idols and barracudas that are commonly found in all destinations.
    However, make sure you avoid the rainy season as the water gets murky and the tides are not very welcoming at this period of time. Some of the best spots for snorkeling in Goa are: 

    • Suzy’s wreck in Calangute
    • Grande Island
    • Shelter Cove near Vasco de Gama
    • Bay of Bounty
    • Uma Guma
    • Bat Island
    • Navy Island

    This dive can cost you approximately INR 1000 to 1500 ($10 to 16) per head for a rough duration of 15 to 20 minutes.