Are you brave enough to try coasteering?

If you’re looking for a more action-packed, adrenaline-fuelled way to explore the Pembrokeshire Coast, why not dive in and experience coasteering?

The Pembrokeshire National Park is full of stunning scenery, captivating coastline, historic sites and an abundance of wildlife – making it the perfect place to explore with all the family. As well as the more traditional activities of walking and cycling, the Park also offers a wealth of outdoor pursuits and adventure activities.

If you’re looking for a more action-packed, adrenaline-fuelled way to explore the Pembrokeshire Coast, why not dive in and experience coasteering?

What is Coasteering?

Coasteering is an adrenaline-fuelled combination of extreme rock pooling, boat-less kayaking, board-less surfing, and bungee-less bungee jumping – think climbing, scrambling, cliff jumping, swimming, and so much more!

This high-energy activity will allow you to explore the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast at sea level, taking in the sights, sounds and getting to know the wildlife of this magnificent area. If you’re lucky, you might even spot a grey seal!

Who can go coasteering?

Coasteering is open to everyone over the age of eight, including both swimmers and non-swimmers. This action-packed sport is suitable for families, children, adults, individuals and groups alike – all you need is a thirst for adventure!

And, if you can’t swim, don’t worry, you can still take part. You’ll be fully kitted out with a buoyancy aid that will keep you afloat and your instructor will guide you round at a pace that works for you.

How do I get involved?

As with any adventure water sport, you certainly shouldn’t go alone when it comes to coasteering! There are plenty of approved and professional coasteering guides who will take you on your shore-line adventure in total safety.

What will I need?

Make sure you pack swimwear, a towel and an old pair of trainers. Your coasteering guide should provide everything else you need to enjoy your experience safely and comfortably, including winter steamer wetsuits, buoyancy aids, helmets, wetsuit gloves, hoods, and socks. Once you’re thoroughly kitted out, you’ll be ready to begin your adventure.

Coasteering in Pembrokeshire

As Britain’s only coastal National Park, and with an abundance of Blue Flag beaches, Pembrokeshire is the perfect location to try out coasteering.

With a wide-range of different locations, including everything from vertical cliffs dropping into the sea to sheltered caves and coves, the Pembrokeshire Coastline offers a varied landscape, impressive views, and plenty of wildlife.

There are plenty of coasteering venues in the area, the most popular ones being located on the St David’s Peninsula and the South Coast. Your coasteering guide will then help identify the best route for you.

You’ll find a range of coasteering experiences on offer, ranging from half day sessions through to full coasteering weekends where you’ll be able to embark on a number of different adventures. Whichever one you choose, expect an action-packed, adrenaline-fueled adventure full of fast-paced fun and unrivalled excitement.

Mark our words – once you’ve been Coasteering in the Pembrokeshire National Park once, you’ll keep coming back!