Paddleboarding has become increasingly popular over the past few years, and everyone is getting in on the fun. Celebrities are no exception.

Actress and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards is one of the many who have picked up on the activity.

Travel like Kyle Richards and enjoy all the beauty nature has to offer by relaxing on a paddleboard. Listed below are a few of the most iconic places in the world to paddleboard.

Bali, Indonesia, is known as one of the most beautiful locations in the world, so it’s no surprise that it boasts fantastic paddleboarding waters as well. There are great waters for both beginners and the advanced. To avoid the crowds, you’ll want to head to the Medewi and Balian beaches up north. For days you want to stay on land, a trip to Bali also offers amazing climbing and hiking trails.

Maybe you want to opt for a more mountainous location, like Richards. Look no further than Colorado. Horsetooth Reservoir is nestled in the foothills just a short drive out of the town of Fort Collins. The reservoir is a beginner paddleboarder’s dream due to its calm coves. It also has choppier waters toward the middle of the reservoir for those who are more daring. After a long day of paddleboarding and soaking up the sun, head into town. Nearby Fort Collins is famous for its breweries, cream cheese pizza and Old Town, which inspired Walt Disney to create “Main Street, U.S.A.”

Bay of Islands, New Zealand is another dream destination for paddleboarders. The water stays warm year-round, so there’s no specific time that’s better to go than another. The Bay of Islands offers coves, bays and inlets, allowing more privacy and peace than some of the more popular destinations and beaches. Russel, New Zealand, is one of the best towns to stay in. It offers great cafés to eat in after a long day of paddleboarding.

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