Cape Town For Sandboarding And The Sense Of Freedom!

Cape Town may not have snow, skiing or toboggan parks, but if speeding down the slopes is your thing, what we do have are numerous fabulous sand dunes for great sandboarding! Among them the dunes at Hangklip, Arniston and Atlantis.

We have a sand board, a will and usually a way, as can be seen from above, and even though I’m not very good it does makes me smile very broadly!!

If you prefer you can book something more structured I recommend you look at and to book a day out. It’s a fabulous feeling of freedom, give it a go – even if it means that you have to do a lot of climbing back up that dune …..

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The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

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