Sandboarding in Rajasthan, India
Sam Sand Dunes, Rajasthan, India. Photo courtesy of Roshanrajverma.

Sandboarding in Rajasthan, India

Travelers in India may launch their desert adventure from the historic town of Jaisalmer, located in the very heart of the desert of Rajasthan. Barmer, Jodhpur, and Bikaner are other common places to begin desert expeditions. Sam Village, Khuri Village, Ludharwa, Kanoi and Kuldhara are the main locations where you…

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Sandboarding in New South Wales, Australia
Stockton Sand Dunes, Salt Ash, Australia. Photo courtesy of Fæ.

Sandboarding in New South Wales, Australia

Sand Dunes of NSW Pebbly Beach  Pebbly Beach is on the Central Coast, NSW, Australia and is north of Soldiers Beach and south of Norah Head. Pebbly beach pretty much just consists of one very steep, very high sand dune. This is a popular sandboarding spot, mostly with people who…

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Sandboarding in the UK
Holywell Bay Sand Dunes, England. Photo courtesy of hilaris.

Sandboarding in the UK

Sandboarding in England Holywell Bay Sand Dunes, England. Photo courtesy of hilaris. Holywell Bay Beach Sand Dunes Holywell, Cornwall is also home to a beach with a complex of sand dunes; in the summer and during peak times, local shops that cater for beach goers also sell sandboards. Braunton Burrows Sand…

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Sandboarding in Peru: Not Just Huacachina
Sand Dunes near Ica, Peru.

Sandboarding in Peru: Not Just Huacachina

In a country famous for its imposing mountains, archaeological sites and rainforests, it is possible to come across another element that makes Peru an even more unique destination: its sand dunes, which are among the tallest in the world! Huacachina has become the Mecca of sandboarding, but there are plenty…

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Volcano Boarding in Nicaragua – Cerro Negro Sandboarding
Cerro Negro Volcan, Nicaragua. Photo courtesy of Ben Turnbull

Volcano Boarding in Nicaragua – Cerro Negro Sandboarding

Surfing on active volcanoes, officially volcano boarding or ash boarding, is an extreme sport similar to sandboarding but practiced on dunes made of hardened lava and volcanic ashes. There are currently only a handful of locations worldwide where this sport can be practiced, with the most popular destination being the…

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Sand surfing SoCal’s Beach Dunes
Oceano Sand Dunes. Photo courtesy of Kyle Cottrell.

Sand surfing SoCal’s Beach Dunes

What makes California so great for sand sports is that you can practice sandboarding both on desert and beach locations within the state. There are plenty of opportunities for sandboarding the inland sand dunes of the Mojave Desert, but Southern California (SoCal) is where all the beach fun is. The…

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Sandboarding in Lancelin, WA
Lancelin Sand Dunes. Photo courtesy of CyclonicallyDeranged.

Sandboarding in Lancelin, WA

The Lancelin Sand Dunes make for one of Australia’s hottest sandboarding destinations. There, you can glide down the tallest peaks in Western Australia, have fun sand duning with a four wheel, buggy or dirt bike, and hit the beach - all in the same day. For a complete sand adventure,…

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Sand Surfing in Texas
Monahans Sandhills, Texas. Photo courtesy of Jason Priem.

Sand Surfing in Texas

Texas occupies the eastern edge of the Chihuahuan Desert, the largest and most exciting desert in North America, spanning between the US and Mexico. The Monahans Sandhills State Park is home to a recreational dune field area where sandboarding, sand sledding and sand football are practiced. Sand Dunes in Texas…

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Sandboarding in Colorado
Girl sandboarding at the Great Sand Dunes National Park. Photo courtesy of Patrick Myers.

Sandboarding in Colorado

Colorado is home to some of the tallest dunes in North America - appropriately called the Great Sand Dunes, located near the city of Duncan. It is not surprising that over the past couple of years Colorado has become one of the trendiest sandboarding destinations in the states. Sandboarding at…

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