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AABANA Beach & Watersport Resort Malapascua

DOT Accreditation for 2024 not yet released

Jet Ski
These JetSki rentals + tours are only offered to our own guest at the moment.

1a) Drive on a set course

Age requirement:16 years & over, 10-14 years(must be 42 inches) with an adult.The jet ski can be shared by two people. Enjoy the adrenalin adventure!!Kawasaki 750 ZXI well maintained.
Drive yourself on a set course, which is 200 meters distance from the beach around the boya.
No experience or licence required, full safety briefing and safety equipment provided.
Lifevest is supplied, bring your towel and swimsuit.

Jet Ski (Kawasaki zxi 750)



1/2 hour, 1-2 pers.

 PhP  2,100.00

 PhP  2,500.00

1 hour, 1-2 pers.

 PhP  4,000.00

 PhP  4,500.00

2 hours, per machine

 PhP  7,000.00

PhP   8,000.00

1b) Jet Ski, Banka guided Travel round the Island

Discover the beautiful Broadwater on the Jet ski tour guided by the experienced and friendly instructor.
Driving around the Island gives you the unique experience while experiencing the adventure cruising.
Drive yourself, no experience or licence required, full safety briefing and safety equipment provided.
Lifevest is supplied, bring your towel and swimsuit

Jet Ski (Kawasaki zxi 750)



1/2 hour, per machine

 PhP  2,400.00

 PhP  2,800.00

1 hour, per machine

 PhP  4,600.00

 PhP  5,100.00

2 hours, per machine

 PhP  8,000.00

 PhP  9,200.00

Conditions for above mentioned activities

1. Resort pick up and return available, check with us.
2. The prices are subject to change without any notice.
3. The participants must understand English to join the water sports and underwater activities by the local regulation.

Cancellation policy
Booking cancelled after 16:00 on the previous day of the tour incur a cancellation fee of 50% of the tour cost. Booking cancelled on the same day of the tour or no-show incur a cancellation fee of 100% of the tour cost.


Personal watercraft (PWCs) can be fun for people of all ages, but it is an expensive hobby. Rent a jet ski if you want to try and read on to learn how to rent a jet ski.

For nonexperienced users (beginners) must be 1/2 hour introduction and beginners lessons/training

How to Drive a Jet Ski

Driving a jet ski is not the same as driving a car. There are many factors to consider when driving a jet ski that do not apply to operating a vehicle. It is easy to learn to drive a jet ski, but it takes some getting used to, as the jet ski will handle and respond not only to how you drive it, but to the water as well. While you cannot control conditions such as wind, current, or choppiness of the body of water, you are much better off navigating these elements if you know how to drive the Jet Ski.

Difficulty: Easy


    1. Drive a Jet Ski

      o 1 Position yourself comfortably on the Jet Ski. Insert the Jet Ski key until you hear a beep, but do not turn the key or start the engine until you have unclipped and pushed away from the dock. Most keys have a stretchy coil that will attach the key from the jet ski to your life vest once it is inserted. This is a safety precaution which causes the Jet Ski to automatically shut off if the driver falls into the water.

      o 2 Turn the key and start the Jet Ski after you have pushed away from the dock. Always keep one hand firmly placed on the Jet Ski’s handle bars when starting the Jet Ski. Then, place both hands back onto the handlebars.

      o 3 Squeeze the levers behind the handle bars gently to increase your speed. Take a moment to become comfortable with the amount of pressure necessary to cause this increase. Squeezing too quickly will create a large increase in speed very quickly, causing the Jet Ski to jump forward, and then buck a bit once pressure has been released. It may also cause the driver to lose balance and fall off. Experiment with increasing your speed, then easing off and slowing down before you attempt to turn the Jet Ski.

      o 4 Turn the Jet Ski by turning the handle bars in the same direction you intend to move in. This should also be down gently--slow and gradual is the way to go when you’re learning to drive the Jet Ski. Sharp turns may be fun, but the novice driver will fall frequently when attempting sharp turns. Instead, make long, wide turns by turning the handle bars slightly. This will help to get you accustomed to the way the Jet Ski leans to the side a bit through the turns.

      o 5 Practice slowing down. This may sound silly, but Jet Ski’s don’t have brakes. The stopping mechanism here is the friction between the bottom of the Jet Ski on the water in addition your weight. This will act as a natural stopping force.

How to Use a Jet Ski Safely

Riding a jet ski is a fun and exciting activity, one that is great for children and adults alike. It's important, however, to know how to use a jet ski safely. A jet ski is a powerful vehicle and one that can cause serious injury if not used properly. It is possible, however, to use a jet ski safely with a combination of common sense, know-how and the proper gear.

Difficulty:  Easy


      o 1 Use the engine shutoff accessory at all times while you use your jet ski. The engine kill-switch is typically offered in the form of a clip that you can connect to your life vest. Should you ever fall off your jet ski, the engine kill-switch will safely shut your engine down to keep it from traveling too far from your position.

      o 2 Ensure you have enough fuel in the jet ski's tank before you begin riding. Running out of fuel can make it incredibly difficult to dock your jet ski later (if you're out of gas you'll have to physically pull the jet ski back to shore).

      o 3 Wear a life vest at all times. If you fall off your jet ski, your life vest (also known as a personal flotation device) will keep you from sinking in heavy waves. It will also keep you from sinking beneath the waves should you become injured and unable to swim on your own.

      o 4 Keep your appendages away from the pump intake. The suction pressure can pull your arms and/or legs into the aperture.

      o 5 Stick to areas designated for use by personal watercraft. These areas are typically away from surf zones or areas where swimmers or boats could be a concern.

      o 6 Visit JetSki.com for the latest in personal watercraft information and safety guidelines/advice (see Resources below). JetSki.com offers the latest information about jet ski safety as well as tips for safe use for novices as well as experts.

How to Get on a Jet Ski After Falling Off

Get back onto your jet ski properly after you have fallen off, in order to avoid injury and to regain your riding enjoyment while in the water. Some jet skis come equipped with a reboarding handle, while others are designed to let you grab onto its structure to pull yourself back onto it. Reboarding your jet ski immediately after falling off is necessary for staying clear of other jet skis and boaters. Get back in control of your jet ski in less than five minutes.

Difficulty: Moderately Easy


      o 1Grab onto the jet ski's reboarding handle with one hand, and then grab the back of the jet ski at a place that provides you leverage. Hold onto the back of the jet ski with two hands if your model does not come equipped with a reboarding handle.

      o 2 Thrust your body upward by kicking both your feet and pulling yourself up onto the jet ski. The reboarding handle, or leverage points, allow your arms to have the strength needed to pull yourself upward, in combination with your legs' kicks.

      o 3 Position your feet onto the jet ski immediately, while maintaining a "catcher" position, Keep your feet flat, with your knees and hips bent, similar to a catcher in a baseball game. This keeps the jet ski from capsizing. Redistribute your weight to the opposite side with your foot if you feel the jet ski leaning in the other direction.

      o 4 Sit down on the jet ski and hold both of the handles for stability. Reattach your safety lanyard after gaining full control of the jet ski.


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