Finding the right places for wakeboarding? Then you should definitely head to Oceania and Asian countries. These places have the perfect tropical weather and calm, clear water of the lake and beaches. See these top 5 wakeboarding destinations in Asia and Oceania.
There are tons of wakeboard parks in Bali where you can put out your amateur to pro level skills to test. Once you've tested the waters, you can hit out into the beaches of Kuta, Sanur, Nusa Dua or Legian.
As the Aussies would say to wakeboarding, 'it isn't just a sport, it's a way of life.' They really mean it - you won't be disappointed. It doesn't matter whether you're heading to Swan and Canning Rivers of Perth or hitting the Mighty Murray River in the South, Australia got you covered when it comes to wakeboarding.
From wakeboard parks to lakes and beaches, you'll have plenty of reasons to go wakeboarding in this country. They have one just near the capital of Manila - their local 'city of angels' called Angeles, Pampanga. You can also check out Naga in Camarines Sur, Cebu City and of course, their popular beaches and islands.
4. Sri Lanka
Looking for a more secluded place to do your wakeboarding? Then you'll have plenty to choose from with their wakeboard parks and camps to train your beginner to advance skill levels. The GingOya River does not have any current and a good area to begin with. You can also check out the Kumudu Valley.
Wakeboarding was also born after windsurfing and other water action sports came to town. The clear and glassy waves of Taco Lake, KohPhangan, DokKrai Lake, and other islands in Phuket is definitely attracting a large number of passionate wakeboarders.