Hilton Head Parasail

Parasail Hilton Head Island


Parasail Hilton Head Rates

Rider Observer
$79/person + tax $25/person + tax
* Stand by only.



The most amazing views of the Island!

Join us at H2O Sports to experience the pure thrill of parasailing. Soar hundreds of feet in the air and enjoy the breath-taking panoramic views which reach up to 25 miles away on a clear day. With the wind in your hair and the sun on your face, you can fly high above Hilton Head and see the island from a true a bird's eye perspective. Your heart will be racing as you fly higher and begin to feel an adrenaline rush that you've never experienced before - the pure joy and freedom of flying! Think of the amazing photos you can take during your flight. You might even get to see a dolphin pod swimming below you, as a seagull gives you a friendly glance while flying by.

Hilton Head Parasailing at H2O Sports is a fun and safe adventure that you and your family will never forget! H2O Sports will handle everything so you can focus on having FUN!

What can you see on a parasailing trip?
It's not just for thrill-seekers, check out the article:
"Five amazing sites photographed while Parasailing on Hilton Head".

Trip Details:
  • Reservations are required!
  • Flight Time: 10 minutes
  • Time on Board: 1 Hour
  • Up to 3 riders can fly together! (Up to 450 lbs. at Captain's Discrection)
  • Parasailing boat holds up to 12 passengers
  • Non-flying Observers are allowed as space permits for a fee
  • Safe and fun for all ages!
  • Recommended clothing is swimwear with a t-shirt for comfort (and sunscreen!)

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New to Parasailing? Here's what you need to know!


If you haven't been lucky enough to go parasailing before, don't worry... you are in good hands. You will be given full instructions prior to your flight. All of our captains and guides are US Coast Guard safety trained. Your safety is our first concern. Take-offs and landings are gentle from the large back deck of the boat. So you can stay dry... or get WET! Cool off at the end of your parasail tour by letting the Captain dip you in the water just before coming back onto the boat.