Parasailing in Andaman for an Adventurous Vacay

Parasailing is one of the most wonderful and yet one of the most thrilling adventure sports that has only recently been commenced in the Andamans. A mix of water and airborne activity, the activity requires the volunteers to be harnessed to a parachute cum kite-like glider that is attached to a motorboat in the water. When the motorboat moves, the person is sent soaring up into the sky. And while you are at it, you can also take a dip into the waters. 

Here you can also enjoy a bird’s eye of the gorgeous island flying atop the crystal clear waters like a bird.

Where to Try Parasailing

The most ideal places to undertake this activity are Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex and Havelock Island. You can dip down to the water and again rise up to the skies.

Cost of Parasailing in Andaman

The basic cost of parasailing starts at INR 3000 and goes upto INR 6000 and more depending on the package and gear availability, and also time duration for which you undertake the activity.

Duration of Parasailing in Andaman

After the volunteers have been harnessed and are ready to take off, the activity of parasailing in Andaman lasts for a standard duration of 5 to 10 minutes. However, this duration can be extended if you wish. In this case, the cost of the activity will also shoot up.

List of Beaches Where You Can Try Parasailing in Andaman

  1. Elephant Beach, Havelock Island
  2. Corbyn’s Cove Beach, Port Blair
  3. Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, Port Blair
  4. North Bay Beach, North Bay Island

Notable Operators for Parasailing in Andaman

While there are a lot of operators and adventure activity centres where you can go and register yourself to try parasailing in Andaman. However, there are a few notable ones that include International Youth Club, Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, Trip.ExperienceAndamans, Eternal Andamans, The Great Next Parasailing, Andaman Tour Travel and more.

Best Time to Try Parasailing in Andaman

As the island experiences a tropical climate all through the year, you can visit the Andaman Island any time of the year and try parasailing. However, it is recommended not to visit here during monsoons. The island receives heavy rainfall and sometimes the waves come crashing down. Sometimes, depending on the weather, water sports and activities are cancelled due to a rise in the water level. It is advisable to steer clear of a trip at this time.

So here’s all you need to know about parasailing in Andaman. So plan an adventurous trip now and let us know about your experience in the comments below.

This post was published by Aqsa Aleem

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