Coasteering weekend in Wales

“A fun, exhilarating weekend coasteering along the Pembrokeshire coast, with expert guides, all kit, and accommodation in a friendly eco lodge. ”


Two coasteering sessions | Coastal hike | Eco lodge accommodation | Locally sourced home cooked food | Helmets, wetsuits and buoyancy aids supplied | Highly qualified guide

Description of Coasteering weekend in Wales

Explore the Pembrokeshire coast from sea level on this endorphin pumping coasteering weekend in Wales. Accompanied by a qualified guide, you will swim, climb and jump your way around the beaches, rock formations and sheer cliffs of Britain’s only coastal national park. Coasteering began when pioneering climbers would climb cross sea cliffs and it’s now become the ultimate coastal adventure. We supply wetsuits, helmets and buoyancy aids and a dedicated adventure manager will coordinate your entire stay, from your first enquiry to waving you off at the end of the weekend. You will also have the chance to explore on land, too, with a clifftop hike.

You can enjoy coasteering at any time of the year, in rough seas or calm weather, with the mix of cliff jumping, wave dodging and rock climbing adjusted to suit the conditions. The water is warmest during September and October and this is when Atlantic grey seals pups are born, too. There are often winter swells right into spring, but this just creates extra excitement and excellent waves to mess about it.

Our eco lodge is your base for this weekend, situated just a mile away from the beautiful local beach where grey seals sometimes snooze. The lodge is cosy and welcoming, a real home from home, and has space for 40 guests, with a mix of rooms, from doubles to nine person rooms. There’s a bar and dining area, where we serve healthy, hearty food, with specific diets happily catered for. Outside, enjoy the views from our patio area or drink a beer round a roaring fire in our garden. In the nearby village of Mathry there’s a friendly local pub, with views over the Preseli Hills, where the stones for Stonehenge originated.

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Depart every weekend on a Friday

Responsible tourism

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we screen every trip so you can travel knowing your holiday will help support conservation and local people.

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.

1 Reviews of Coasteering weekend in Wales

3 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 20 Jun 2011 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?

The coasteering half day event.

2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?

Take ear plugs as noise from other rooms and late comers does travel although it was not a major problem. Be aware that there is no mobile phone coverage at lodge.

3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, and minimized impacts on the environment?


4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?


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