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Marvel at everything that comes along with a new adventure. River surfing can be challenging and only a handful of rivers around the world have standing waves. While river surfing, you will ride the surfboard on your stomach for a while. Then, once you’re comfortable, you may pop up and maintain your balance. It is a great practice for beginners too, as it is easier to catch the wave or stand up than ocean surfing.
Very few things in life come close to the fun experienced when skimming across the glittering water and the sense of freedom when being lifted high up into the air. Harnessing the power of the wind and combining elements from numerous other board sports and paragliding, kitesurfing is an exhilarating water sport that is relatively easy to pick up.
You are never alone in the ocean. I know, this is a spine-tingling thought, but I’m not just talking about sharks. Oceans are teeming with life, intriguing and mysterious, and there’s a whole underwater natural order that we land-dwellers are not always aware of.
Very few (legal!) things in this world are as addictive as surfing. The search for the perfect wave is never-ending, but the journey itself is incredibly fulfilling, and with each step that you come closer to reaching your goal, you will feel like floating on cloud nine.
With surfing rapidly gaining popularity in India, there are quite a few spots spread across the country’s vast coastline where you can catch waves and take your first steps on the board. However, not all surf spots in India have consistent waves. Therefore, you need to be in the right place at the right time.