Mirwaners! Talking about Dewata Island, Bali, of course it is inseparable from its beautiful beach destination. Not only being a tourist destination for local tourists, the beauty and exoticism of Bali has also succeeded in making Dewata Island a tourist destination for many foreign tourists. Panorama of the sunrise and sunset combined with the white sand and foam waves are not the only thing that become an attraction of beach tourism destinations in Bali, but also the watersports. It's no exaggeration if Bali is called a watersport paradise. Because there are 11 watersport inBali that you must try.
Water Sports in Bali
If you want to play watersport in Bali, the right beach for you to visit is Tanjung Benoa Beach. Undoubtedly, visiting Tanjung Benoa Beach, Bali, will make you feel truly in a water sport paradise! However, to be able to try all water sports in Bali, make sure you come to Bali at the right time, which is around May, June and October. Because, in those months, the weather conditions are good, the waves are not too big, and there are minimal tourist visits.
Want to feel flying on water like Iron Man? You must try this kind of watersport. However, you need to prepare a budget of around Rp. 500,000 - Rp1,000,000 to be able to try 'fly' with Flyboard for 15-20 minutes.
2. Flying Fish
For those of you who want to make fun with friends, Flying Fish is one of the watersports that can be a choice. Flying Fish is a water sport that uses a special boat with a capacity of around 3 passengers. Uniquely, the boat used for Flying Fish is a type of rubber boat that can be filled with air with a shape like a fish. With a flight duration of about 10 minutes. You need to spend around IDR 150,000 - IDR 400,000 for this watersport.
3. Rolling Donut
Unlike Flying Fish which airs, this watersport offers a different sensation. You will be made circling 180 degrees in a boat or a donut shaped rubber boat with a capacity of around 3-4 people. The cost for enjoying Rolling Donut is quite affordable, which is around IDR 100,000 per person.
4. Banana Boat
Who doesn't know Banana Boat? This watersport is the most favorite in Bali. With a unique inflatable boat shaped like a banana pulled by a speedboat, you can invite your family or friends to enjoy this ride. Get ready to get wet while enjoying this game!
5. Sea Walker
Tired of all water sports that rely on boats? Relax, Bali has Sea Walker! For water sports lovers, Sea Walker is one of the most popular water sports. Unlike other water sports, Sea Walker does not rely on boats but relies on your feet to take a walk in the underwater.
The age limit of visitors who want to enjoy Sea Walker is a minimum of 13 years and above. To be able to try Sea Walker, you need special equipment with international standards and instructor guides. With a duration of about 45 minutes and costs ranging from Rp500,000 per person, enjoy stunning views of the underwater Bali.
Want to test adrenaline? Parasailing is the watersport that is right for you. Prepare a budget of around IDR 100,000 to IDR 150,000 to be able to enjoy the Parasailing sensation in the air.
Even though it's mainstream, Snorkeling is one of the watersports that has never lost its fans. If you want to swim freely on the surface of the sea while looking at the beauty of the underwater, don't hesitate to choose Snorkeling. You need to spend around IDR 300,000 - IDR 400,000 per person. These costs include insurance, taxes, equipment rental, and fees for guides.
Another watersport that will drive adrenaline to the point of infinity, namely Wakeboard or Wakeboarding. This water sport is suitable for those of you who like high level challenges! Wakeboarding is a water sport that comes from a combination of surfing activities and water skiing activities.
9. Jet Ski
Bored with surfing activities that rely on legs and pulled by speedboat? Try playing Jet Ski on Tanjung Benoa Beach, Bali.
10. Scuba Diving
Want to feel the sensation of diving into the seabed and chatting directly with a variety of beautiful marine life? Scuba Diving is the right choice available on Tanjung Benoa Beach, Bali. However, not everyone can try Scuba Diving. Because, education and special licenses are needed before you can try this watersport. For those of you who already have a license, you can try Scuba Diving in Bali with a budget ranging from Rp500,000.
11. Glass Bottom Boat & Turtle Island
Vacation to Bali with family? Don't forget to visit Turtle Island! Enjoy the beautiful and stunning underwater scenery while traveling from Tanjung Benoa to Turtle Island with a Glass Bottom Boat. Prepare a budget of around Rp.400,000 - Rp.800,000 to rent a Glass Bottom Boat with a capacity of around 8-10 people. So, Mirwaners, that's all the Best Water Sports in Bali that you can try whenever you visit Bali.