From canyoning in the Pyrenees to rafting on the mighty Colorado River and kayaking around one of Japan’s numerous islands, there is plenty to see and do when you ditch the land for a nearby body of water.
One of the biggest perks of taking part in water sports is that they can be done just about anywhere.
You can find rafting trips all over the world, each of which offers something a bit different. Enjoy wildlife viewing on the Zimbabwe River in Chobe National Park or get your adrenaline pumping in the rushing rapids of the Colorado River in the western United States.
Kayaking similarly allows you to visit various places that you could not get on foot alone. Explore the innumerable fjords around Funnmark in Norway, checking out the mountains as you go or explore the lakes of Bariloche. Either way you won’t be disappointed.
Finally canyoning gives you a bit of a smorgasbord of options. Climb, swim and boulder in one of the many ravines found in England’s Lake District or head to the Suzuka Mountains in Japan for an unforgettable waterfall climbing experience.
You are bound to find endless opportunities for adventure and discovery on any water sports trip!
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