The Best Places to do Water Sports in Bali

Getting wet and wild in Bali waters has never been so much fun. From checking out marine life to surfing world-renowned breaks, here are Bali’s best water sports – and – where to see them. With its turquoise waters and paradisal aquatic playgrounds in every neighborhood, Bali is a mecca for every sort of water sports under the sun. People with a need for speed may get wet and crazy jet skiing, banana boating, wakeboarding, and more. While people who like taking things a bit easier can catch a snorkel and look for Nemo at a few of the best dive spots in the entire world. Whatever aquatic route you would like, here are our picks of the best places for water sports in Bali.

Nusa Dua

Nusa Dua in southern Bali is the go-to place to go for family water sports. For adrenaline junkies there’s jet-skiing, jetpacking, water skiing, wakeboarding, fly fishing and parasailing in TanjungBenoa, and even bananas and donuts vessel rides for big and small kids alike. For individuals wanting to learn Bali from beneath the water, you may also rent snorkeling equipment to check the beautiful corals, sea walks with a spaceman-esque helmet on or perhaps take an Introduction to Scuba Diving Course because the waters are calm and ideal for beginners.

Do not fancy getting wet? Take a trip with the glass bottom boat and find the beautiful marine life which way. Whatever floats your boat, Jet Set Dive & Marine Sports is our go-to fave since it is Bali’s most exclusive dive and a water sports center with the best quality equipment around. For something a bit different, head up the shore to the point of Benoa, and you’ll come across the Bali Wake Park with its cable wakeboarding and inflatable floating Aqualand for jumping, climbing splashing and sliding. A fantastic day out for day-trippers and families!

Jimbaran Bay

The gorgeous crescent-shaped beach of Jimbaran Bay makes this calm stretch of white sand & ocean ideal for households to whittle away the hours swimming, surfing and building countless sandcastles with the small ones. In case the tranquil water beckons, rent a kayak or stand-up paddleboard from the beach and take into the lake like the sea for an outdoor cruise around the bay. On specific days, the sea swells add some beautiful mellow waves into the mixture, which also makes this the ideal place to learn how to surf. Top tip: stay around till after dark when Jimbaran bay comes to life with seafood barbeques on the beach, or prop up in the ocean-front 57-meter infinity pool in Sundara beach club to soak all of it up in fashion.

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