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Turing Jamaica - Parasailing / Recorriendo Jamaica -  Paravelismo

Turing Jamaica - Parasailing / Recorriendo Jamaica - Paravelismo

January 2020 · 4 min read

Thank you very much for visiting my blog, in this opportunity I bring you a funny publication of an activity you can do in the beaches of Jamaica (as well as in other parts of the world), which allows us to combine the virtues of water and wind in a recreational activity.

I recently made a publication about paragliding in the Island, you can check it out Here

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I want to talk to you about Parasailing (also known as paranavelism), for those who do not know it, we can define it as follows:

"It is a recreational activity where a person is attached to the back of a vehicle (usually a boat) while being tied to a parachute specially designed for this sport. The boat accelerates and the paraglider begins to ascend in the air. "Source

Depending on the power of the boat, it could lift 2 or more people at the same time. It should be noted that unlike paragliding, the paraglider pilot does not have any control over the parachute used, he should simply enjoy his ride from the height. In addition, there is also paragliding on land which is practiced as a sport in some parts of the world.

I have to emphasize that to carry out this activity there are also certain conditions that must be taken into account, especially for the protection of those who want to enjoy it, for example in pregnant women, people with spine and/or back problems.

To give you a better idea of what you might feel when you do this activity, I leave a video recorded in Negril, Jamaica.

I leave a Location of a place where I could enjoy premium paragliding.

I invite you to visit some of my other publications for more information on tourism in Jamaica and the Caribbean.

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Muchas gracias por pasar por mi blog, en esta oportunidad les traigo una divertida publicación de una actividad que pueden realizar en las playas de Jamaica (así como en otras partes del mundo), que nos permite combinar las virtudes del agua y el viento en una actividad recreativa.

Recientemente hice una publicación sobre parapente en la Isla, puede revisarla Aquí

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Quiero hablarles del paravelismo (también conocido como paranavegación), para quien no lo conoce, lo podemos definir de la siguiente forma:

”Es una actividad recreacional donde una persona es sujetada a la parte trasera de un vehículo (usualmente un bote) mientras se es atado a un paracaídas especialmente diseñado para este deporte. El bote acelera y el paravelista comienza a ascender en el aire.”Fuente

Dependiendo de la potencia del bote, podría elevar a 2 o más personas al mismo tiempo. Hay que destacar que a diferencia del parapente, el paravelista no tienen ningún control sobre el paracaídas que se usa, sencillamente debe disfrutar de su paseo desde la altura. Además, también existe el paravelismo terrestre que se practica como deporte en algunas partes del mundo.

Tengo que destacar que para realizar esta actividad también hay ciertas condiciones que deben tenerse presente, sobre todo por resguardo de quienes de ella quieran disfrutar, por ejemplo en mujeres embarazadas, personas con problemas de columna y/o espalda.

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Para que tengan una mejor idea de que podrían sentir al momento de realizar esta actividad, dejo un vídeo grabado en Negril, Jamaica.

Dejo una Ubicación de un sitio donde podría disfrutar de paravelismo Premiun.

Los invito a visitar algunas de mis otras publicaciones para tener información de más lugares turísticos en Jamaica y el Caribe.

Touring Jamaica - Luminous Lagoon, Glistening waters
I invite you to get to know the Caribbean / Te invito a conocer el Caribe
Walking around Jamaica... on horseback? / Recorriendo Jamaica... ¿a caballo
Touring Jamaica - Snorkel

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