Water Jetpack in Bali

Bali has biggest tourist hub and lots of places to visit. The island is full of many water activities such as surfing, snorkeling, and diving. But the water Jet-pack/flying board and Jet Bike is the latest addition in the water sports category. You can find this water sports activity in Tanjung Benoa in Bali. Tanjung Benoa Nusa Dua is the best destination for Bali other water sports activities.

Understanding to operate the Fly board/Jet-pack is less difficult than you might think. Many tourists surprised how simple it is to fly. Some training institute available on Tanjung Benoa. They will give you a good instructor and almost any person will start flying the water Jet-pack in 5 minutes.

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Jet-pack Types

There are three types of water Jet-pack available and operators in Tanjung Benoa. One is the boots-type fly-board connected to an 1800cc Yamaha Jet Ski engine. Which then pumps in propulsion to the combine of nozzles under the fly board via a high-grade flexible tube? After wearing the helmet, life vest, and boots, the fun begins as you continuously levitate higher. First tries can be challenging as good stability is key! After 15 minutes in the water, you could easily handle the Jet-pack movements over the water.

Another type is the straddled jet bike. This adds controllability through a set of handlebars and a seat. The strap-on backpack type, also with handlebars, is the style most generally identified as a Jet-pack. You must be at least 120cm tall and have a maximum weight of 125kg. Including a bit of a tech advantage to it. Some operators have water-resistant radios inside your headgear. That lets you can pay attention to instruction from the instructor on the coast.

Where to Ride Water Jet-packs in Bali.

Benoa Flyboard

it is headquarters located in the Whacko Beach Club on Tanjung Benoa. Benoa Flyboard provides a variety of water sports activities, with importance on fly board. After a short instruction on the safety and control. They provide the jet boats. You’re taken to the waves where you’ll continuously surf the sky or even dive when you’ve made confidence and got an excellent amount of the thrills.
Safety Tips: – You’ll need to check the weather situations as they may need to reschedule your ride for a greater time.
Opening Hours: 09:00 – 16:00
Location: Whacko Beach Club, Jalan Pratama No. 99X, Tanjung Benoa
Tel: +62 (0)361 778 434

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Flyboard Bali

Flyboard Bali works in two places on the Tanjung Benoa coastline. One is at SMS Marine Adventures, and another on Pandawa Marine Adventures. Using the authentic Zapata boot-type fly board. They claim most of their guests get the hang of riding within their first 10 minutes as it is natural and intuitive.
Opening Hours: 09:00 – 17:00
Location: Jalan Pratama, Tanjung Benoa
Tel: +62 (0)823 4034 7068

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Bali Jetpacks and Water Sports

Belonging to local Balinese Komang Gelgel. This long-established standard water game operator in Tanjung Benoa. they provide a wide range of water sports activities. You can fly for up to 20 minutes. The price contains pre-flight arrangements and introductions for each by a professional trainer, all the safety equipment that you need, as well as insurance policy. Ask for available taxi transfer services, based on your hotel’s location.
Opening Hours: 09:00 – 17:00
Location: Jalan Pratama, Tanjung Benoa
Tel: +62 (0)812 3708 2710

Bali Apollo Dive and Water Sports

Bali Apollo Fly provides a full variety of marine water activities. From diving tours to parasailing and glass-bottom boat rides. Flyboarding is their most recent added. They claim that their guests impressed at how easy it is to fly with their water jet-packs. Their trainers provide assistance for the first five minutes in the water, and the following Quarter of an hour is mostly you doing your own tricks. Trips are for a total of 20 moments.
Opening Hours: 09:00 – 17:00
Location: Jalan Pratama No. 70, Tanjung Benoa
Tel: +62 (0)812 3800 147



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