Bali and water sports go together like tropical sands and blue water. In a place where pleasure and tourist beaches abound it’s no surprise that their is a lot on offer in terms of water sports. Ranging from the inexpensive to the slightly pricey we here at top ten Bali have put together some of the best ways to get the most from your visit to the ocean. Are you thinking of a trip which is high engagement like parasailing, or are you just thinking of something relatively easy like snorkelling? Whatever your preference is their really is an absolute plethora of choice in operators or sellers so don’t be afraid to make some price enquires.
What gets a Water Sport to number 1?
Ok, lets be honest, we here in top ten land love a little water fun. We love getting into the water is something we really enjoy, a little too much some would say. If conditions are right, the water is clear there is nothing more satisfying than hitting the foam on a good day. But what puts one entry ahead of another? Well, it’s relatively simple, it’s up to you to tell us, so go ahead and vote today!
What gets the others in?
The others get into the mix because they all offer something different, unique, and above all fun. They are all totally doable in Bali, and with low prices you can get a lot of them done without too much hurt in your pocket. They range from the high equipment activities (like diving and parasailing) to the relatively bare bones fun like surfing and fishing. Some are a little dangerous however so be sure to exercise care, use your common sense and listen to your instincts, especially where something like Jet skiing is involved.
Enjoying the water is great fun and can give you as good an excuse as you can ask for to hit the beach. Remember to be a little cautious about the operators however as, like anywhere, there can be some dodgy dealers looking to rip you off. A simple look online should help you through this but the best advice is to look for providers with a proper emphasis on safety. This may sound a little alarmist but regulation and licensing on the island can be a little lower than Australian standards.