Nusa Dua, Bali, is well known for its wide range of water sports and activities. The beach is always buzzing with tourists and Balinese locals and has a laid back party style feel about it. With the amount of activities...<br /><a class="read-more-button" href="https://yesstourbali.com/things-to-do-in-bali-watersports/">Read more</a>
Nusa Dua, Bali, is well known for its wide range of water sports and activities. The beach is always buzzing with tourists and Balinese locals and has a laid back party style feel about it. With the amount of activities offered it is quite easy to spend a whole day or two soaking up the sun and having fun above and below the water. Prices are extremely cheap you’d be crazy not to try one or all of the activities while visiting Bali.
Parasailing – Smell the fresh air and take in the panoramic views over Nusa Dua as you glide high in the air just like a bird.
Flying Fish – Lay down, hold on & get ready to glide over the water just like a flying fish. You’ll feel the waves of the ocean beneath your body one second and the next you’ll be flying, looking down at the water below. Get ready for one big adrenaline rush.
Banana Boat – Bounce over the ocean waves on this fun inflatable banana. A more relaxed way to have fun on the water this is ideal for young and old.
Donut -everyone’s old favourite water sport
Jet skiing-With the power of the jet ski roaring beneath, the ocean spray battering your face, nothing matches the feeling of freedom you’ll get riding the clear warm waters of Nusa Dua beach.
Waterskiing -Don’t let it fool you – it’s not as easy as it looks. Balance on two skis and hold on tight as you get pulled by a boat.
Wake Boarding – Skim across the surface of the water on your board being pulled by a speed boat. Ride the boats wake and if you’re brave enough try some tricks.
Glass Bottom Boat & Turtle Island – Travel via glass bottom boat to Turtle Island, stopping along the way to observe underwater life. Turtle Island is a small island located about a 10 minute boat ride from Nusa Dua and has been set up as a breeding and conservation project to help preserve the sea arriving on the island you will have a chance to touch and learn more about these magnificent creatures. There are tiny baby turtles up to fully grown ones weighing over 90kg. You will also get to interact with other animals, these can include snakes, bats, owls, eagles and monkeys.