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Adventure Aloft! Parasail Your Way Along Breathtaking Views of the Coast

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Parasailing, also known as parascending, or parakiting, is an exciting way to get some of the best views of the Texas coast, not to mention the adrenaline rush you experience as you take off into the open waters. The views can be spectacular as you find yourself enjoying a relaxing ride as you glide through the air taking it all in, while your guide on the boat navigates you through the waters.

It’s a breathtaking experience made all the more exciting with the right guides and places to visit for a vacation thrill unlike any other. The following locations are great destinations to start your parasailing adventures this summer.

1. Chute ‘Em Up Parasailing in Port Aransas 

Chute 'Em Up

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Located at 136 W. Cotter Avenue in Port Aransas, this beachfront attraction has some of the best views of the Texas coast as it glides you along the beautiful waters of Port Aransas. According to their Facebook page, they are ready to whisk you 500 feet in the air in their “new state of the art Parasail Boats.”

With summer in full gear, what are you waiting for? Get strapped in and Chute ‘Em Up! Let the adventures begin with “great service, a friendly atmosphere, and a professional crew with over 25 years of experiences,” waiting to give you an adrenaline rush unlike any other.

2. Parasailing Galveston, Texas

Parasail Galveston, Texas

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Parasail Galveston Texas has some of the most spectacular sights waiting for you to gaze upon as they take you up 400 feet above Galveston Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. They provide you with “experienced Coast Guard licensed captains, weather monitoring, professionally trained crew & new equipment.” Plus all the family fun you expect from this adventurous experience.

They’re located at 1021 61st Street Suite 150, Galveston. For more information be sure to check out their website.

3. Parrot Eyes Watersports, South Padre Island

Parrots Eye Water Sports
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