Coasteering in Pembrokeshire
What is coasteering? Think climbing, scrambling, cliff jumping, swimming and a whole load of adrenalin. That’s coasteering. The awe-inspiring coastline of Pembrokeshire, the UK’s only Coastal National Park, provides the ideal setting for this exhilarating adventure. You’ll find yourself swimming into sea caves, climbing up through natural rock arches, and flinging yourself from towering vertical rock faces, and when you’re inevitably tired out, reflect on your adrenaline filled day, enjoy a spectacular sunset, and feast on the local food.
Pembrokeshire’s coasteering guides are all highly qualified and have an intimate knowledge of our coastline. Coasteering can be 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 daredevil and have the time of your life.
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TYF is one of the UK’s most experienced adventure operators, with over 35 years experience in professional guiding, we provide world-class Coasteering, Kayaking, Surfing, Rock Climbing and Stand-Up-Paddleboarding for families, groups, schools, teams.
Celtic Quest Coasteering
Celtic Quest Coasteering tailor every Coasteering adventure to suit each adventurers expectations and abilities. Cliff jumping, adventure swimming, scramble climbing and more. No experience necessary.
Preseli Venture Activity Centre
A spirited sanctuary, Preseli Venture offers 5-star eco lodge accommodation and works with activity partners to provide sustainable adventures geared towards providing unique, immersive and memorable experiences in nature’s spectacular playground, the wilderness of the North Pembrokeshire coast.
Great for Nature Lovers
The Real Adventure Company
It’s all about exploring and playing in and around the world renowned Pembrokeshire coast. This has been our playground for a lifetime and we are here to share our knowledge and experience with you.
Cardigan Bay Active
Cardigan Bay Active is based on the River Teifi, where the Pembrokeshire coast meets Cardigan Bay, an ideal base for exploring the stunning landscapes.