Body Surfing

Body surfing is an enthralling water sport in which you challenge the dangerous wave without any kind of buoyant device assistance like that of bodyboard or surfboard. Bodysurfers are only equipped with a pair of expert swimfins that stays during optimize propulsion and turbulent conditions. Wearing a planing surface on hand is also a common practice. This includes Wave Blades, Hand Paddles, Redwings and Hand Guns worn to accelerate the speed.

Jim Corbett National park brings an enormous opportunity to get indulge in this popular water sport. Play against the tide of water to win it. With Jim Corbett Body Surfing swim along the wave and let the motion of wave take you with it. Steer yourself like your finned companions.

How to Body Surf:

Check out where the waves break and keep yourself little beyond it.
Swim with the approaching waves so that wave overtakes before breaking.
Once the wave is about to grab you decide what direction you want to ride.
Keep kicking and not stroking. With palm down extend one arm and break through the surface of water.
Continue the ride as long as you desire.

Tips And Warning To Body Surf:

You can body surf even without swim fins, but the surfing become a lot easier and fun if you use it.
To avoid tossing dive back down when wave tries to overtake you.
Be sure about your capability to body surf. Check out for the surface so that the water is not too shallow.
Ask for the advice and important tips of the life guard before diving into the water.
If you feel that the wave is trying to overpower you, tuck your body just like a ball so that you remain safe.