Pasir Ris in Malay means "beach bolt-rope", simply implying a narrow beach. It is geographically divided into three regions, namely Loyang (East) Central and Elias (West). Due to its proximity to the sea, it has several recreation facilities and has a keenly preserved mangrove forest with boardwalks to allow visitors get closer to the inhabitants. The full length of the park is around 6.6 km/4.1 mi long.
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Kayaking in Magens Bay, Saint Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Magens Bay is considered to be the island’s gem. This beautiful beach is a public park, located on the north side of Saint Thomas. Although, it is very popular among families and watersport fans, it is still a lush, pristine location. Protected by two peninsulas, it offers calm waters that makes the beach a major kayaking destination.
This adventurous activity gives you the opportunity to explore every hidden part of Magens Bay. While admiring the breathtaking views, you can come across schools of tropical fish and colorful corals. For those looking to kayak at night and search for nocturnal life, there are centers that provide this alternative choice. You can also choose to either paddle alone or request for a guided tour. The centers offer single or double seat kayaks, which both are solid and stable.
The maximum depth here is 8 m/26.2 ft and the average water temperature varies from 75°F/24°C in winter to 80°F/27°C in summer. The spot hosts many kayak tour centers and no previous experience is required. Last but not least, Magens Bay caters a wide range of facilities, including dressing rooms, showers and gear rentals. Why wait longer, come and enjoy the best kayaking experience!!!
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