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Frequently asked questions about Water Sports Experiences & Activities

What Kind of Water Sports Are There?

There are lots of fantastic water sports activities that are sure to give you an experience to remember. At Fizzbox, we list classic water sports that are a bucket-list item for most adrenalin-junkies. From jet skiing in Benidorm to flyboarding in Krakow, you’ll find a host of activities ideal for spicing up your celebrations.

We also have some more unusual experiences. These include the Banana Boat in Tenerife and the Crazy Jet Boat in Ibiza. You won’t find anything like it!

What is the Hardest Water Sport?

All water sports have different difficulty levels. How well you manage them will depend on your experience and skill levels. Water sport activities such as water skiing and surfing require serious balancing skills, but they aren’t difficult to master once you get the hang of things.

Where Can I Play Water Sports?

Water sports activities take place in loads of fun locations around the UK and Europe. From Brighton in the South East of the UK to Benidorm and Lisbon in sunny Europe. Take a browse through our listings and pick a location that works for you!

Where Can I Go Wakeboarding?

You can enjoy an exhilarating wakeboarding experience in Hamburg.

Is Paddle Boarding Hard?

Not once you get the hang of it! Paddle boarding is a relaxing experience that’ll see you standing on a paddle board and moving yourself along the water with a long oar. You’ll usually be gliding along a gentle river and following an instructor. Paddle boarding is a great opportunity to bond with friends or colleagues and to connect with nature.

What To Wear During a Water Sports Experience?

Most activity providers will provide wetsuits and buoyancy aids for you to wear during your water sport experience. Other than that it’s recommended you wear swimming gear and bring a spare change of clothes. Please check the individual listings for more information.

What is Kayaking?

A kayak is a narrow boat designed for one person to sit inside. When you’re kayaking, you’ll have an oar with two paddles that you can use to push yourself along the water. There are lots of exciting places to go kayaking which include bumpy rapids, gorgeous waterfalls and turbulent streams.

Is Wakeboarding Hard to Learn?

Wakeboarding requires some balancing skills and a thrill for adventure. All safety gear will be provided for you and there will be a dedicated guide who’ll be there if you need some help, so all you need to worry about is having a good time!

Are Water Sports Dangerous?

You can rest assured knowing you’ll be safe during a water sports experience because all the safety equipment will be provided for you. There will also be instructors on hand to ensure everyone is safe and you’ll have some practice time before you launch into your water sports activity. Please check the individual listings for specific safety measures.

Water Sports in the UK and Eu

If you spend more time in the water than on land – try a range of Water Sports for your special occasion, from Surfing, Banana Boat rides, Jet Skiing, Parascending and Diving to name just a few! As well as a range of locations, you can choose which suits you best! Try a Banana Boat ride with your mates as each banana can hold up to six people. Get your group together and try this water sport for yourself. Glide through the waters on top of a giant inflatable banana, grip on as tight as you can before a crashing wave might throw you off! See who can hold on the longest and who will be the first to fall off! If you fancy something a little more adrenaline-filled then try Jet Skiing where you’ll get to be in total control of the machine.

Go it solo or take a mate on the back of your jet ski and set off onto the glistening waters. Try a trio of Water Sports with Parascending, Flying Fish and Jet Skiing. Parascending is when you are attached to the back of the boat, as you’re lifted in the air by your parachute. You’ll be gliding through the air as the driver on the boat steering you in the right direction. Next try the Flying Fish where you’re on an inflatable boat or ‘flying fish’, attached to the boat, that lifts into the air when the boat speeds off! Alternatively, if you fancy taking the plunge then Diving is the activity for you. Jump in and swim with tropical fish and sharks in a purpose-built tank in Birmingham! These Water Sports are for the adrenaline-junkies out there wanting to experience something exhilarating for a special occasion, from Benidorm Hen Parties to Krakow Stag Do’s, and team-building events to birthday parties – there’s something for everyone.