Sandboarding in Mongolia

Mongolia is home to the Gobi desert, one of the most stunning deserts in the world, which is also the main attraction luring tourists and adventure travellers to the country. It is however a cold desert which does not have a lot of sand, but there are a few exceptions.…


Sandboarding in Yemen

Famous for its unique vegetation and wildlife, much of which cannot be found anywhere else in the planet, Socotra Island is a unique place on Earth, known as the pearl of Yemen and of the entire Arabian region Ras Erissel, the eastern cape of the island, is also home to milky…


Sandboarding: extreme sport or tourist attraction?

Sandboarding is an activity that takes inspiration from surfing but is practiced on sand dunes. It is a transversal sport that those who know surfing might already practice. To practice it, all you need is a board and a sand hill. Sand surfing can be practiced in various locations around…


Sandboarding in Africa

Sandboarding is still an emerging sport in Africa, so there's plenty of room for personal discovery. The vast, arid plains of the Sahara and the deserts of Namibia and South Africa offer some of the best sandboarding in the world. These huge deserts are made up of dunes that are…


Sandboarding in Monterey

The Monterey county is home to some of Southern California’s tallest dunes and must-see destinations for sandboarding and related activities. Dunes suitable for sand surfing are scattered across the region, near the towns of Monterey, Marina, Sand City and Seaside. In addition to sandboarding, the dunes in the Monterey county…


Facts and Figures about Sandboarding

Sandboarding (or sand surfing) is a recreational activity and extreme sport in which people ride on sand dunes. Sandboarding is similar to snowboarding, but instead of sliding on snow, the rider glides over sand dunes using a sandboard, which is a board specifically designed for riding on sand. Below, a…

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