Coasteering in Pembrokeshire

Coasteering in Pembrokeshire

What you can expect from a coasteering trip

Coasteering is considered a brand new sport and is fast becoming a phenomenon in its own right due to the adrenaline drenched adventures it promises that packs an almighty punch and will leave you craving more.

The original home of coasteering is 1.5 miles away from TYF HQ in St Davids – along a beautiful stretch of coast called St Non’s. We’ve been at the forefront of coasteering since it’s inception and have taken thousands of keen adventurers out on this bustling escapade since 1986.

What can you expect when you go coasteering? To put it simply, exploring the Pembrokeshire coast where the sea melts into the Welsh shores, which is peppered with stunning caves, stack rocks and channels that holds invigorating adventures for you to push yourself to the limits and enjoy an exciting few hours with your loved ones. When the weather is calm you can take your time whilst pouring over the swell pools and learning pivotal team work skills with your friends and family whilst taking in the breathtaking Pembrokeshire coastal views that stretches on for miles. If the sea is a little more temperamental then make sure you’re ready for a ride of a lifetime, even seasoned thrill seekers yearn for the stormy sensations only coasteering can offer.

Coasteering sessions usually lasts about 3.5 hours, so make sure you eat a proper meal before as you’ll need all of your energy for the fun that will ensue. You can book group sessions too, which is perfect for that family day, school trip or an alternative hen night/business team building activity. Why not try a brand new activity based here in Wales and unearth your true potential?

We have a variety of different activity days organised, from Classic Coasteering to Rockpool Safari all the way to Rough and Tumble Play packages. There’s something to meet everyone’s tastes, whether you want a taste of what coasteering has to offer to a tantalising experience for the keen outdoor pursuit enthusiast.

What should you bring?

• Warm clothes to get into after the session
• Old pair of trainers you don’t mind getting a bit soggy
• Swimming costume
• Towel to dry yourself off afterwards
• Old shorts to wear over your wetsuit
• Sun tan lotion as you’ll be outside

What we’ll provide for you:

• Safety equipment
• Buoyancy Aid
• Wetsuit
• Helmet
• Any safety equipment you’ll need for your chosen session
• A friendly, professional and highly qualified guide that will make sure you have an incredible experience

Remember, coasteering is accessible for everyone and you’ll gain some incredible memories that will last a lifetime.

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