windsurfing it is.
Everyone has heard or been on cruises when it comes to Goa. The other activities suggest trekking in a dense forest, visiting the extraordinary architecture, the churches, the museums, visiting the spice plantations, shopping, enjoying the food or just relaxing on the beautiful beaches.
Have you tried something that is so thrilling and exuberating that it will just make you want more?
Have you ever heard of windsurfing in Goa? Yes! Windsurfing! All those sports enthusiasts out there here is an amazing sport that will definitely get you pumped up. For those who don’t know what windsurfing is, it is a surface water sport that has a combination of surfing and sailing. A board with a sail attached and concentration on the wind and waves. You need to have a perfect sense of balance so that you can adapt to the changing wind patterns.
In Goa there are a lot of opportunities for windsurfing. Different places you can go and have a brilliant time, as well as training for those of you who don’t know how to. Calangute beach has windsurfing activities and it is extremely popular for the tourists and the locals as well. Another place is Dona Paula which is an excellent place for beginners according to experts.
Some more beaches that have windsurfing are Bogmalo, Miramar, benaulim, vagator and Arossim. This is the best sport for a pulsating and adrenaline pumping body, which an utmost must to try when here in Goa.
Another reason why to try out windsurfing in Goa is because Goa organizes an annual windsurfing regatta, with open sailing and sailing competitions. All young athletes from all over come and participate in this event. They also have a annual summer training camp.
‘You only live once’ and there are a few things that everyone has planned to do in their life before it all ends. Windsurfing be one of them and you will never forget that most exciting moment you had. This will definitely strike you for a lifetime and you will want to keep trying it. So don’t miss this superb experience, let the waves take you away.
Writtem by: Genevieve Fernandes.