What to do in Pembrokeshire – Coasteering

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‘Kayaking without a boat, surfing without a board, bungee jumping without a bungee!’

Essentially, Coasteering is everything your parents told you not to do at the beach as a child. Under the watchful eye of an experienced (if a little bonkers) guide you’ll have an experience to remember.

Exploring the Pembrokeshire coast at sea level, every Coasteering adventure is different depending on tide and sea conditions. The four main elements are…

Cliff jumping from zero up to 10 metres. From belly flopping & flipping to high dives & pencil jumps. All optional, challenge your limits! Scrambling, climbing & sea level traversing. Working your way along the Pembrokeshire coastline. It also involves a small amount of swimming this is often in the form of a directional float. Finally the water features: where names like Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer and Toilet Flush are used to describe the whitewater play areas.

In our opinion Celtic Quest Coasteering are the best! Always professional and fun, meet them at Abereiddy. Whether it’s a bubbling mass or waves or a calm glassy sea you will nonetheless be in for an unforgettable time in the sea.

Abereiddy is the nearest access to the Blue Lagoon. This is where Red Bull Cliff Diving world series held tour stops in 2012, 2013 and 2016.