Jet skiing is a renowned water sport worldwide. If you are a water sports lover, this is the right sport to steam up your nerves. It’s an adventurous activity to do in your leisure time. There is no better way to manage your fear than jet skiing (solo or in a tandem).
This is one of the best ways to explore amazing places in the world. Register for jet ski tours to visit the world’s beautiful landmarks and intriguing coastlines. Here is a breakdown of the best places for Canadians.
Here is a list of best, inexpensive places in the world to go for jet skiing (also cheap jet ski rentals)
- Torbay, South Devon
- Gold Coast, Australia
- Port Olímpic, Barcelona
Hawaii boasts many beautiful spots across the island, where adventurous activities take place including jet skiing. You can book a tour to jet ski in Hawaii online. They offer two different packages: a 45-minute solo ski at CA$190 and tandem jet ski at CA$145 (including all equipment).
Torbay, South Devon
What makes this spot most amazing is its coastline that stretches up to 20 miles. They offer two-hour sessions, a 30-minute safety talk, then the remaining 90 minutes takes place with a qualified jet-skiing instructor. The safari package includes individual sessions and groups (up to six people).
Gold Coast, Australia
The Gold Coast is a magnificent place to go for a jet ski safari. You’ll enjoy navigating through the mangroves. They offer brand new Yamaha jet skis, which are reliable and fantastic to ride. A 30-minute tour costs CA$ 130 per and a one-hour tour costs CA$190 per person. There are also cheaper jet ski rentals available.
Port Olímpic, Barcelona
Jet skiing at Port Olímpic is the perfect moment to witness the beauty of Barcelona’s skylines from the waters. You can book a tour online to go and jet ski at Port Olímpic. The price starts at CA$110.
Jetski World Cup 2022.
If you are interested in watching the PROs, check out where the next Jetski World Cup (WGP World Series) is going to take place. The most recent world cup took place in January 2022.
Photo by Jeremy Bishop