Little Sahara is a must do for the young at heart! The experience is amazing and unique. I don't know many people who can say they have sandsurfed, but if you'd like to be one of them, here is your chance.
What to Expect
Sandsurfing at Little Sahara is a great way to spend an hour or two on a sunny afternoon. I wouldn't recommend staying much longer than that because your leg muscles will hate you. The climb up the sand dunes is pretty brutal, though some spots are worse than others. I consider myself to be in decent shape and I was wooped after 45 minutes.
You can bring your own board and save money or you can easily borrow a board from the company for close to $40.
There are two options at the reception area. You can pay $37 for a two hour pass or $47 for a full day pass. Though the later sounds like a better deal, I would take the two-hour pass. Unless you plan on taking lots of breaks and going very slowly, you'll be worn out after two hours. Save your ten bucks and buy yourself a soft drink at reception afterwards. You'll need the rehydration.
Located west of Seal Bay about ten minutes. Little Sahara is a forty minute drive from Kingscote, nestled nearby Vivonne Bay. For exact directions and times you can visit their website here.