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Coasteering in Pembrokeshire

What is coasteering?

Think climbing, scrambling, cliff jumping, swimming and whole load of adrenalin. That’s coasteering.

The awe inspiring coastline of Pembrokeshire provides the ideal venue for this exhilarating adventure event where you’ll find yourself swimming into sea caves, climbing up through natural rock arches, and flinging yourself from towering vertical rock faces.

Coasteering in Pembrokeshire is open to everyone over the age of eight, be they swimmers or non swimmers and to all ability levels. The qualified coasteering guides will tailor your coasteer session to suit you, your family, or your group.

Kitted out in a toasty warm wetsuit, helmet and buoyancy aid, you’ll be ready to take on ‘The Toilet’ and ‘The Washing Machine’. If it’s a winter coasteer, often gloves, a hood and socks are provided so there’s no excuse!

Pembrokeshire’s coasteering guides are all highly qualified and have an intimate knowledge of our coastline. Coasteering is a dangerous activity so the best way to stay safe is to make sure you book with one of our listed coasteering providers.

Just bring along your inner dare-devil and have the time of your life.

Search for a coasteering provider for your next watery adventure.

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