Parasailing in Boracay

If you have never gone parasailing in Boracay, you are missing out on one of the most exciting activities on the island. Even if you are new to water sports, this is one you will enjoy.
This activity usually takes place quite a distance from the beaches. This is necessary so there is no chance of getting too near boats. Some can take place on the White Beach side while others at Bulabog Beach.
What to See
First you will be transported to a boat and taken to the floating station. Once you put on the harness, you can start parasailing in Boracay island. Up in the air, you can start soaking in the atmosphere. It is a good idea to bring a camera so you can take snapshots from the sky. 
Via the harness, you will find yourself flying over the waters. As you bask in the scenery, the wind will rush into your hair. You will definitely feel the rush of adrenaline. 
The sport started in the 1960s. It was intended to be a cheaper way to teach parachuters. In 1974, a winch was devised that allowed the parasail to be pulled back in the towing vehicle. This would lead to the activity being used for recreation. It would become popular in the US and spread to other countries including the Philippines. 
These activities have guides. They will show you how to put the gear on properly. Just like other water sports activities on the island, the guides understand and speak English. 
The price range is about 1000 to 2000 pesos per individual. There are higher rates for three people. The rates can vary due to inflation or the season however. The prices here are good for 15 minute rides. Longer rides will cost more. 
Other Info
Understanding how the process works is easy. The harness is connected to the parachute. As the towing vehicle runs, the person is carried up. The heights which an individual is lifted depends entirely on the speed of the vehicle. 
The type of parasailing used with boats is aquatic. The terrestrial version takes place on land. A jeep is typically used in this activity. 
If you have never gone parasailing in Boracay, the idea of hanging out on the sky may seem a bit intimidating. Rest assured that it is very safe and exciting. It will not take long before you get used to it. 

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One comment

  1. I really would want to try parasailing, but my problem is that, i might not be able to fit in the given harness, are there availables extension for the harness?

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