FAT BIKE TOURS

Fat Bike Tours on Kangaroo Island

From AUD $97.00

Duration: 120 Minutes (approx.)
Location: Vivonne Bay, South Australia
Product code: FBT

Guided Fatbike Tour

If you can ride a bike, you’ll love this tour! Ride along riverbanks where we guarantee you’ll see koalas in the massive gum trees that are up to 500 years old.  Immerse yourself in nature, taking in the sights and sounds and learning about the native flora, fauna and history of this unique site. Finish off cruising through the incredible landscape of Little Sahara’s sand dunes; with the low pressure fat tyres and 18 gears the bikes float easily across the sand. 

During your tour take the time to capture stunning photos of the amazing landscapes and native Australian wildlife that you see. Take home long lasting memories and a sense of achievement. You’ll be left with an experience you’ll be able to talk about for many years to come. 

Enclosed shoes are required to be worn; helmets and gloves provided. Sunglasses, sunscreen and water bottle highly recommended.

LIMITED AVAILABILITY - ADVANCE BOOKINGS ONLY.

Our Guided Fat Bike Tours are very popular so you’ll need to plan and book in advance to secure an availability.   

Don’t miss out on the perfect Kangaroo Island adventure and book now to experience all the nature and wildlife that the island has to offer.

Take home unique memories that will last a lifetime.

Tours are $97 per person for 2 hours, includes FREE water. 

Upgrade to an electric fat bike for just $50 per person. 

Go Anywhere, Experience Everything

Call 0885594224 to enquire about the availability of these tours.

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Contact Us

Open 9am to 5pm during October to April (closed Christmas Day). 10am to 3pm May to September. 

Hire equipment and tours can be booked on line. For enquiries please use the details below or use our online contact form.

08 8559 4224

info@littlesahara.com.au

3733 South Coast Rd, Vivonne Bay

 

 

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Little Sahara is an accredited business with the South Australian Tourism Commission.

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