The state of Florida is home to countless spectacular parasailing destinations. Miami is known for its beautiful skyline. Such a height of 400 feet in many movies and TV shows.
One of Florida's parasailing hotspots, Key West, just like Miami, offers spectacular views of the ocean and the city scene. Smathers Beach and Key West Bight.
Rio de Janeiro's iconic beach offers views of some of the most popular spots from some wild angles. You can see the statue of Christ the Redeemer on Sugarloaf Mountain.
Cape Town is primarily famous for its paragliding opportunities on Table Mountain. Parasailing in the neighboring waters is equally thrilling. Cape Town's stunning urban landscape and hills.
Probably the most famous Indian tourist destination after the Taj Mahal, Goa's stunning beaches and nightlife attract thousands of foreign and domestic tourists.
Who can resist the temptation to gaze up at the famous Sydney Opera House and Harbor Bridge from above? Amazing to see buildings at ground level but from a height of 400-500 feet.
No, you won't really be able to see the lakes from that height, but the Great Lakes have always been a famous tourist attraction, and have become great parasailing vacation spots.
The Hawaiian Islands are probably the most famous beach destination in the world, and with good reason. It is truly a treasure trove of beautiful places.
One of the most popular beach holiday destinations of recent times, Phuket is perfect for weary travelers who want to relax and water-loving adventurers who want to conquer the clear.