Since so much of the time spent coasteering is on, near or in the water – one cannot help but develop an awareness of the nature of the relationship between ourselves and our unique coastal zone environment. With this in mind, each coasteering session includes the opportunity to hear more about the wildlife that populates our rocky shores.
We ensure that our impact on the coastline is as positive as possible, working in conjunction with the local authorities to ensure that specific areas of the coast remain untouched, and by carefully managing the traffic along our shore in the most sustainable way possible. In view of its long term commitment to remaining an economic force for the sustainable use of wilderness areas, we have adopted their local beach through the Marine Conservation society, and undertake regular beach cleans and monitoring of the shore environment.
To try to maximize the 'low impact' nature of our trips we endeavor to use adventure venues close to our base – we accept that we often have to travel short distances in our bus – and in view of this we opt to utilize bio diesel, in the form of recycled chip oil!
We are a founder member of the Pembrokeshire Outdoor Charter group, and by following the Pembrokeshire Marine Code we ensure that your adventure activities do not damage the environment, or disturb the wildlife. Our adventure guides will explain the concept of the code at the start of your adventures, and the guidelines will be followed throughout.
All of our adventure guides live locally, and will be able to share their extensive knowledge or the flora and fauna of the coastline with you, and will be able to offer you the chance to get a real feel for this beautiful stretch of coastline.