Sandboarding Anyone?

STORY BY Patrick 27th September 2017

Known as the ‘Land of the Indigenous People’, San Pedro de Atacama in Chile is home to ancient cultures and stunning scenery. In the heart of this vast, dry desert, travellers can surf the sand on a sandboard cruising down 120 metre dunes to get their adrenalin fix.

Set 2,400 metres above sea level, sandboarders can enjoy 360 degree views of Death Valley, the name of which was coined by the French priest who discovered the area.

Guided Sandboarding excursions in San Pedro de Atacama are available throughout the day.

There are no lifts up but individual excursions and private board hire are also available.

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