|One thing is certain about Rocky Point, Rocky Point equals water and fun! We get a lot of questions about Rocky Point activities and Rocky Point water activities. Basically, what are some things to do in Rocky Point? Here is a list to give you a starting point on what to do in Rocky Point:
Rocky Point jet skiing
Have you ever wanted to try Jet Skiing but never had a chance? Now is your opportunity, rent a Rocky Point Jet ski. If you have stayed at a Rocky Point resort you have seen the Rocky Point jet skis in the Sea of Cortez along the Sandy Beach resorts. Sometimes the handler is on the beach and can direct you on how you can rent a Rocky Point jet ski.
Rocky Point banana boats are a blast. If you have been to a Rocky Point resort on Sandy Beach you undoubtedly have seen this Rocky Point water activity. There are two kinds of Rocky Point banana boats, the single banana boat and the dual banana boat. Give your money to the handler who has the life vests. Once on the Rocky Point banana boat, you can control the speed of the ride by giving the thumbs up or down. Put your life jacket on and be ready for some fun.
Have you ever wanted to try kayaking in the ocean? If not, what are you waiting for? Rocky Point sea kayaking offers the opportunity to enjoy kayaking in the peaceful waters of the Sea of Cortez The calm waters in the sea make for the perfect environment for Sea kayaking. Not only do you get some exercise, you have a birds eye view of the water. Grab a paddle hop in the kayak and have a blast. Remember, once you start your Rocky Point kayaking adventure, you are the captain and control where you travel.
Rocky Point snorkeling
The Sea of Cortez is well known for its vast marine biology. The diversity in sea life should invite snorkelers of all levels to partake in Rocky Point snorkeling. Many people go snorkeling at Isla San Jorge also known as “Bird Island” This Island is 27 miles south east of Rocky Point. While snorkeling at Bird Island, you can be in the presence of Sea Lions, it has also been stated that Dolphins could swim by as well.
Call the Experts! Contact PADI Dive and Activity Center located at the Sonoran Sea Resort 011 52 (638) 382 8251 ext. 21 00 or 011 52 (638) 388 8960 or request info at firstname.lastname@example.org