Water Sports in India


When considering the best watersports destinations in India, Goa is likely to come to find at first which isn’t surprises because of the watersports that have become popular over there and they are longer offered by luxury hotels. However, there are many other adventure destinations all over the country where watersports are available. So, people can think of playing adrenaline junkies, with options ranging from simple kayaking cruising, boat cruising to white water rafting and many more people can have fun while looking in watersports. Below are the water sports in India.


Goa travel | India - Lonely Planet

When it comes to watersports in Goa, you can find many watersports over here which include jet-skiing, windsurfing, parasailing, water skiing, wakeboarding, kite surfing, catamaran sailing, and all the fun kid’s activities such as banana boat rides. So, the majority of the action happens one and around the most developed beaches of Calangute and Baga in North Goa. However, watersports take space on beaches all over the state.

Gokarna, Karnataka

Over the border, Gokarna is a favored alternative and all the usual action-packed watersports happen there as well, particularly on Om beach. Gokarna’s placid beach breaks make it a great spot to learn to surf. So, Cocopelli Surf School has a basic guesthouse and offers various surfing courses. Gokarna is known as the water sports in India.


Kayak In The Backwaters Of Kerala In Alappuzha | Curly Tales

Kerala is known for kayaking, canoeing, and bamboo rafting. Kerala kayaking offers daily kayaking tours through narrow backwater canals and to villages. If the people are looking forward to bamboo rafting then they can go to Periyar Tiger Reserve which is situated in Wayanad. The other activities such as adrenaline-pumping watersports such as parasailing and jet skiing can be found at Payyambalam beach in the Kannur district of northern Kerala.

Ladakh and Zanskar, Jammu and Kashmir

Well, Ladakh is known for high-altitude river rafting in Ladakh which is the best place in the world.  It takes place on the Indus River and its tributary, the Zanskar river flows across the region. But, Zanskar is known for an adventurous place for rafting. However, the best season to travel across Ladakh is from June to August when water levels are high and kayaking is also possible.