Coastal Explorer Day for One Person
Venture to West Wales for a day packed full of exciting experiences. Enjoy kayaking, snorkelling, coasteering and why not try some fishing? Explore secret coves, beautiful beaches and hidden caves. The sit-on-top kayak is easy to control and the perfect way to explore the scenic views of the picturesque surroundings. Meanwhile, coasteering combines cliff jumping and rock scrambling – of course, this is completely optional, but the friendly guides are guaranteed to persuade explorers to try this exhilarating sport! Eat some lunch during the day and relax on a peaceful beach or by a stunning cove. Observe the local wildlife and enjoy an incredible day out full of adventure.
- Get ready for some fun and adventure in Wales
- Enjoy sit-on-top kayaking, coasteering, snorkelling and even fishing
- All equipment and transport supplied when necessary – just bring a sense of adventure!
- Availability Description
This voucher is valid for one person. Available week round, year round. This is a very popular experience and gets very busy in the summer – please book at least three months in advance for peak summer dates.
- Participant Guidelines
Minimum age: 8 years. Participants must be confident swimmers and reasonably fit. Participants must complete a medical declaration on arrival.
If the weather is deemed unsafe (e.g. wind too strong) by TYF Adventure, the experience might be cancelled. Please call the venue before setting out.
Two three-and-a-half hour sessions, which equate to around five hours of activity time, with an hour break for lunch between activities. Please arrive a few minutes in advance.
- Numbers on the Day
There will be up to 10 people taking part. If there are more than eight people, there will be two instructors on hand.
- Dress Code
Bring old trainers, swimwear, shorts, towel and a change of clothes. Clothes and shoes will get wet. Dry off outside before returning to the centre, where hot showers await. A buoyancy aid, wetsuit and helmet will be provided.
- Other Info
Locally sourced packed lunches are available for £6 per person and must be booked in advance. Spectators are welcome, although a lot of the action takes place on the cliff face. Viewing is possible from the Pembrokeshire coast path, which lines the cliff tops – but safety comes first, so do not get close to the edge.