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If you are looking for something that leaves you thrilled and charged to the core, but do not want to travel very far, parasailing is the right adventure for you. So open your wings of freedom and hang on with those who lift you higher.


Get high in the sky!!!!

Parasailing is a recreational activity, which sets you free in the sky. Technically speaking, while parasailing you will be towed behind a high-speed boat or car, but don’t worry, your safety is completely ensured, as you will be attached to a specially designed canopy wing. This wing is called parasailing wing. Depending on the power of the boat or car, you can up to two friends up there at the same time.

Parasailing is different from paragliding, as it does not give any control in your hands. However, it has the advantage that you are completely free to have fun and not worry about any technicality.

There is no specific training required for parasailing. Except for the monsoons, in India, it can be done at any time of the year. It is always advisable to keep check on the weather, and call and confirm with the facility if everything is ok, before arriving at the spot.

The broad tree of parasailing branches out into three categories:

  • Platform Parasailing
  • Winchboat parasailing
  • Beach parasailing

Of the three, winchboat is the most popular. All three are available in India.

Soar like a bird at these destinations in India

Decode some exciting destinations in India, where you can go parasailing without any hassle.


The capital of water sports in India. Make parasailing as an excuse to make the long cancelled Goa trip happen. The Calangute beach is the spot, where you can get this adrenaline thrill. The number of participants per day is 40. Get drenched in the rich culture of Goa, and don’t forget to enjoy the delicious food. You can also enjoy kayaking, beach camping and underwater walk with parasailing.


If you do not want to travel wide and far in search of adventure, do not worry. Parasailing has been made available in Gurgaon, just half an hour from Delhi. Trained instructors supervise every expedition and there are only 30 seats available per day. The parasailing activity takes place for the whole week but if you are a real adventure enthusiast, waiting for weekend is a waste of time.


In Bangalore, parasailing can be enjoyed only at the weekends. The participants, like Goa, are 40. There are two option of flight here, going solo or tandem. In solo flight, you are flying alone up above in the sky. In tandem flight, an instructor accompanies you all the time. This category is broadly for beginners who feel a bit nervous on their first flight.

Apart from the above three, there are some other spots also, where you can enjoy parasailing:


Himachal Pradesh:

In Himachal Pradesh you can enjoy parasailing on the following spots:

  • Billing
  • Kullu
  • Solang
  • Lahaul & Spiti


In Maharashtra, these places give this facility:

  • Matheran
  • Kamshet


Even the land of sand dunes has equipped itself with parasailing gears, just for your luxury.

  • Bikaner
  • Jaipur
  • Udaipur
  • Jodhpur
  • Jaisalmer


The adventure sport’s capital of India is very forward in the race of recreational activites. You can enjoy at these spots:

  • Bedni Bugyal, Kumaun
  • Dayara Bugyal, Gharwal
  • Naukutchiyatal, Nainital
  • Dhanolti Ridge, Gharwal

As you have all the details required to go parasailing, there is no excuse left to postpone that much-awaited trip. So pick out a destination of your choice and fly like a bird to your heart’s content.