4 Exhilarating Tybee Island Watersports You Have To Try
Tybee Island’s unspoiled waterways are the ideal place to try your hand at new activities. Whether you’re a first-timer or a seasoned pro, you’ll love getting in touch with nature while observing coastal wildlife and working on your tan. These adventures are great for the entire family and require no previous experience, so get out there and make a splash!
Learn to surf with a solo or group lesson from an instructor who spends all year surfing Hawaii’s swells! Family members of any age can practice on foam boards or high performance BIC boards with personalized instruction. Already know how to surf? Tybee Surf Lessons also rents out their surfboards to those who prefer to hang ten on their own.
Take your pup for an exciting day on the water! Aqua Dawg Kayak Company rents pet friendly kayaks and will even deliver them to you. Paddle out to uninhabited Little Tybee Island where your furry friend is welcome to frolic in the sands. For other ways to enjoy the dog days of summer, check out these ideas.
Originally a surfing alternative in Hawaii, stand up paddleboarding’s popularity has become increasingly mainstream in the southeastern states. East Coast Paddleboarding offers group or private instruction, plus board and paddle rentals. Once you’re feeling steady on your feet, take their scenic paddleboarding tour of the nearby intracoastal waterways.
Race jet skis or take a peaceful ride through marshy coasts with Tybee Jet Ski and Watersports. These two-seater jet skis mean you can bring a date or a dog along for the ride! And what’s even better, these jet skis can be delivered anywhere on the island.