Water Sports in Indian Beaches

India as the country has the wide options for the water sports in the beaches of the country. If the person does not have fear from water then they have varied choices for the real adventure and excitement in water sports. The water sports like White Water Rafting, Water Skiing, Canoing and Kayaking, Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Angling and Fishing. The water sports in India can be enjoyed in the island of the country or any inland destination like Andaman & Nicobar in the Bay of Bengal and Lakshwadeep in the Arabian Sea. The best choice for the mainland source of water adventure is the Goa. Other thrill seekers can always opt for the Ganges and its tributaries in the northern part of the country where the most famous water sport is the river rafting.

The magic of river Ganges gives a spark to the never ending thrills in the untamed rivers. The river in the upper Himalayas are considered to be the best in the world ever in the staircase rapids that challenge the body and mind of the person. The Bay of Bengal in the east, the Arabian Sea in the west and Indian Ocean in the south borders the country with the huge water bodies. There are immense innumerable small and big rivers that gives the opportunity to enjoy the sports. Some of the major rivers are like Ganga, Yamuna, Brahmaputra, Kaveri, Narmada, Godavari and Krishna. There are number of water sports like sailing, boating, rowing, swimming, canoing, kayaking, fishing, angling, yatching, surfing, kite-surfing, snorkeling and driving. Each sport offers the ultimate fun that is unique to it.

River Rafting: River Rafting is the most exciting, popular and thrilling yet safe option for the adventure water sport not only in India but also round the globe. In India one of the best destination for the Rive rafting can be Shivpuri which is around 30 km from Rishikesh. The never ending thrill of Rive Rafting can also be enjoyed in in the upper Himalayas. Ladakh and Jammu & Kashmir can be an interesting option for enjoying the sport with white running water.

Snorkeling and Scuba Diving: In the Andaman & Nicobar Island the Snorkeling is also called Emerald Isles. The Andaman Islands are much more famous for the diving but before enjoying the sport the person must know it or must have the enough time to learn it. For Scuba Diving the places in Lakshawdeep islands are quite famous for the Scuba Diving.

Canoing and Kayaking: Canoing and Kayaking is the sport that requires long time to sit and to repeat the same shoulder strengthening motion; therefore it is necessary to learn to steer and paddle simultaneously with the partner. In beaches the Kayaking and Canoing depends largely on the weather and the water level of the sea.

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