Described as a combination of skydiving, scuba diving and jet skiing, a water jetpack is a great testament to the fact that the future is now. Riders are suited up in a stainless steel contraption through which 1000 gallons flow through a 52-foot hose to create the lift necessary to fly. Though it may seem contrary, the number one tip is to stay calm when its your first time flying.
If the thought of zipping across the ocean’s surface at a rapid pace while suspended several meters in the air excites you, then you need to head to Williams Bay in Trinidad and Tobago for an air-and-sea adventure like no other. With the jetpack strapped to your back you’re elevated over 20 ft, giving you practically the best seat in the house for a coastline tour of Williams Bay.
Many other islands in the Caribbean offer the opportunity to fly like a water-based superhero, research your best options and give it a go!