5 Examples Of Water Sports You Could Try Before The Summer Is Out

Calling all adventure seekers and adrenaline junkies! Have you ever wanted to set sail and take part in some exhilarating water sports? Well, there are a plethora of water sports out there - and, with summertime still in full swing, there’s still plenty of time to get your game face on and delve deep into the whimsical world of water sports.

Participating in water sports doesn’t always mean you have to jump in the deep end and soak yourself in the action. Some sports might not get you too wet - but we believe the best activities are the ones that get you drenched! With that said, here are 5 thrilling water sports you should definitely try before summer ends.

Surfing or paddle boarding - brave some waves


Surf’s up! Surfing is one of the most widely recognised and prominent water sports of all time. What better way to enjoy the earth's waters than to jump aboard a buoyant surfboard and ride the majestic waves of the sea? We've seen it in the movies and all throughout pop culture, but now’s your time to brave the waves and give surfing a go for yourself. Not only will you feel like an ocean god, but you’ll also feel epic too.

For something more subtle and chill, consider paddle boarding. Instead of riding the waves laid down, you get to stand up or kneel on the board, getting less water in your eyes! Just buy an inflatable paddle board, and get to grips with exploring the water from a standing view.

I believe I can… flyboarding

If our idea of surfing has left you bored, then here’s another board-based water sport that will provide a captivating experience brimmed with pure euphoria. This super-advanced and far less traditional way of roaming water will leave you feeling like a superhero, soaring across the sky through the power of water. A flyboard is like a wakeboard except it’s powered by a water jet ski. Become a fish out of water and give flyboarding a go!


Very similar to canoeing, kayaking is a popular boat (kayak) based water sport which is somewhat easy - it's not too intense, but extremely fun for everyone. It’s great for exploring places with picturesque scenery - a true memory maker. If you want something a bit more intense and competitive, we think canoe slalom would be great for you.

Scuba diving

If you want to explore the depths of the ocean and soak up all the sea has to offer, scuba diving is the sport for you. Scuba diving is underwater diving with the support of a self-contained underwater breathing device. Immerse yourself into the beautiful scenery of the seas and explore its wonderful sea creatures and species. This will be an unforgettable experience like no other.

Jet skiing

jet skiing

Another more advanced water transportation method -and a great way to have some action-packed fun - jet skiing is a powerful watercraft experience that allows you to ‘ski’ over the water. You can have bundles of fun and make it competitive - just remember to follow all safety rules to the letter.

Those were just 5 water sports you should try - but, trust us, there is so much more to explore with water sports than these picks!

*Collaborative post


  1. I've always wanted to try paddleboarding

  2. Jet skiing is a lot of fun, did it in Greece