Stand up paddleboarding, or SUP, is a water sport born from surfing with modern roots in Hawaii. Stand up paddle boarders stand on boards that are floating on the water, and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water.
Learn the techniques for safe, low-effort and enjoyable stand up paddleboarding. Choose from the following adventures
A full day out exploring the sheltered and slow-flowing river Teifi with highlights including the Teifi Gorge and paddling through serene ancient woodland and historical sites.
A half day adventure at Solva Harbour taking in the hidden caves and beaches of the St. Davids Peninsular.
A quick introduction to SUP techniques on the pond at Celtic Camping.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Stand Up Paddleboarding
How long is a SUP session?
Our full day SUP sessions are 7 hours from door to door and you can expect to spend around 5.5 hours on the water.
Our half day sessions are 3.5 hours and you can expect to spend around 1.5 to 2 hours on the water.
What equipment do I need?
What if I can't swim?
When stand up paddleboarding you have to wear a buoyancy aid, so being able to swim is not a requirement. We run these sessions at a small ratio of 1 guide to 8 participants which enables close support and supervision.
Where do the lessons take place?
Our full day SUP adventure takes place on the River Teifi.
Our half day sessions take place on the coast around St. Davids but are dependent on weather conditions.