Desert Travel & Adventures

Sandboarding in Oman
Sandboarding at Wahiba Sands, Oman. Photo courtesy of Andries Oudshoorn.

Sandboarding in Oman

Oman is an authentic and wonderful country full of interesting places to visit, and sandboarding can be practiced on the magical dunes of the Omani desert. The area known as Wahiba Sands or Sharqiya Sands, located in the Eastern Sand Desert, is like an ocean of regular dunes that seem…

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Sandboarding in Mexico City

If you are wondering whether there are any sandboarding spots in CDMX, the answer is yes! Within the enormous metropolitan area of the city you can find a slope of volcanic origin, called "El Arenal", in the town of San Andrés Totoltepec, where you can slide down with your board.…

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Sandboarding at Death Valley National Park

There are many spots for sandboarding in California's Mojave desert as well as on Southern California's beach dunes. If you want to find the best sand surfing rides head to Death Valley National Park, America's second largest national park, where you can find many incredible different types of dunes. Sandboarding,…

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Sandboarding in Western Australia
Lancelin Sand Dunes. Photo courtesy of CyclonicallyDeranged.

Sandboarding in Western Australia

There are many sandboarding locations in Western Australia. The sand dunes near Lancelin are probably the most popular, but there are many other spots across the region, on desert and coastal dunes near Perth, the Turqouise Coast near Green Head and Jurien Bay, and on the coast east of Albany.…

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White & Black Sand Beaches in USA

Looking for the most beautiful white sandy beaches in USA? Every year Stephen Leatherman, also known "Dr. Beach", professor and director of the Coastal Research Laboratory at Florida International University in Miami, ranks the best beaches of the year, all around the US from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast.…

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Living in the Desert: 6 Tips to Stay Cool

Living in the desert certainly presents challenges not encountered elsewhere. The sultry heat, the dry air, the sun that beats down hard and reflects on the sand, burning your skin. Those who live in the desert know how necessary it is to hydrate from the inside out. What you eat,…

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