Live Like a Tourist: Virginia Beach Oceanfront

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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Whether you're strolling down the beautiful three-mile boardwalk at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront, or just laying out at the beach -you're guaranteed amazing scenery.

With the scenery also comes plenty of fun activities to explore as well, and there are some you just shouldn't miss.

A lesson on flying at iFly Virginia Beach, is one. It's not quite over the ocean, but close enough - it's across the street.

In this blood pumping activity, you're doing indoor skydiving in a vertical wind tunnel. First time flyers can come spread their wings for rates starting at $59.95. Families can come as groups for less than $300.

Another top activity at the Oceanfront is mini golf. At Jungle Golf you can enjoy 18 holes of exciting, jungle themed, misty, mini golf. It's a staple at the Oceanfront that has been around since 1970.

If you're looking to stay in the sun and on the water, Stand Up Paddle at Rudee Inlet is the place to go. Randy Harris, the owner of Stand Up Paddle, offers lessons for individuals and groups that includes tours, paddling with dolphins.

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