Have you experienced parasailing?
About two weeks ago, my hubby and I went parasailing in Boracay together with our family. I’m not really an adventurous person so I believe Hubby was a bit surprised when I said that I wanted to go parasailing – with a condition of course that I ride with him.
On air, I felt like a kite flying above the sea waters while attached by a harness to a specially designed parachute (called a parasail). The parasail is, in turn, being towed by a speed boat on sea below.
The view from above is majestic although it took me a few minutes before I could really enjoy the scenery. I was scared of falling during the first few minutes but thanks to my loving Hubby who took my worries away with his sense of humor and sweetness, I finally relaxed and basked at the great scenery.
We decided to go parasailing at the spur of the moment when we saw the parasail while we’re island hopping in Boracay. I don’t know if the price we paid was the normal rate but since we’re already at sea and the people there were really adamant with their price, we paid Php1,500 for each person just for a fifteen minute ride.
Looking back, it’s more expensive than a plane ride from Manila to Boracay. If you want to try it, maybe you can negotiate for a better price while you’re still on land but I recommend that you try it.