3 Watersports You Can Dip Your Toes Into

One of the best things about going outdoors for your hobbies is that there’s a massive variety of things to do depending on where you are. It isn’t even dependent on the weather, as long as you don’t mind getting wet. 

Speaking of getting wet, the outdoor world is wide open for some of the most fun you can have on (and in) the water. Here are some fantastic watersports and other outdoor activities to consider.


While you might associate surfing with summer weather at the beach, this is one of those watersports that you can try at any time of the year. You just need to be prepared for the cold, especially if you’re in a colder sea or ocean and it’s winter.

When you go surfing, you often wear a wetsuit that keeps you warm. It’s a difficult sport to master, but not too hard to get into.

The trick is to learn surfing in stages and to keep practicing. Start out by getting used to swimming in the sea with the board, then you can focus on standing up on the board.

Once you’ve got the hang of that, you can enjoy some of the most fun you can have in the sea. Just be aware of the potential dangers of surfing. Always take a buddy with you so someone knows where you are, even if they don’t join you in the water.


One great hobby that combines sport with food is fishing. You can fish anywhere there’s a body of water, as long as you have the right equipment and licensing. 

Ocean fishing involves going out in a boat and fishing for certain fish either near the shore or further out in the water. But many people find it easier to get into freshwater fishing.

When fishing, you need to research your fishing area for rules and regulations surrounding the fish. Some places allow you to fish for sport, while others don’t allow any fishing or require you to only fish at certain times of the year.

Different fish also require different techniques and equipment. So you should also research the fish you’re after, so you can increase your chances of finding and catching them.

White Water Rafting

While fishing and surfing are sports you can engage with on your own or with other people, some watersports are best when you’re part of a crowd. White water rafting can be a tremendous amount of fun, and you can cater your experience to your preferences.

Do you prefer an adrenaline rush? Then white water rafting with plenty of rapids is the way to go. Of course, you still need to factor in safety and make sure that you or someone on the boat has the skills to deal with trickier water.

Otherwise, you can go rafting or rowing on calmer waters, which is a good way to practice with lower risks. You can explore some wonderful sights in this way, and even make a day of it.

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