SURFING, COASTEERING AND WILD CAMPING ADVENTURE HOLIDAYS IN WALES
Adventure filled weekend getaways perfect for solo travelers, couples & friends.
Join us for our unique Surfing, Paddle Boarding, Coasteering and Wild Camping outdoor activity weekend package in Pembrokeshire. Enjoy Wild Camping in secluded National Trust Farmland and combine it with our most popular water sports activities for a true Pembrokeshire Adventure.
From learning to surf on Freshwater West beach or taking on deepwater cliff jumps in our coasteering sessions, to paddling around from Stack Pole to Barafundel and getting involved with cooking over an open fire, our wilderness & adventure weekends are packed with excitement and adventure.
Sleep under the stars in our luxury bell tents or kick back in a hammock for a true outdoor experience. Our unique adventure activity experiences are perfect for couples, friends, and groups who are seeking a slice of outdoor adventure in Pembrokeshire.
ONLY £195 PER PERSON
Limited availability – Book online
Two professional surf lessons
One thrilling Coasteering session
PADDLE BOARDING ADVENTURE
A camping experience like none other
WHAT ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES TO EXPECT…
A quick rundown of how the weekend unfolds.
Your weekend consists of two surf lessons, a Paddle Boarding session & a coasteering session and an overnight camp at The National Trust wild campsite.
We kick the weekends off early with a warm welcome and an introduction & overview of how the weekend will run in our new Surf Centre based at Freshwater West.
Saturday is the big day with two water activities & wild camping. Each of the activities is two hours long and includes all the kit, you’ll need a few personal items for the weekend, so make sure you see our packing list before you arrive.
Once everyone is happy and ready, its time to grab a wetsuit and surfboard for the first of the weekend’s surf lessons. Whether you are experienced or it’s your first time, our surf coaches are on hand to offer advice and guide you throughout your surfing lesson.
Lunch – You’ll have plenty of time to grab some lunch at Cafe Mor and take a stroll around the beach we can visit our surf shop between the activities. Pembrokeshire has a great vibe throughout the year with plenty to look at, just ask us for some recommendations on where to go and what to see.
After lunch its time for the afternoon’s activity, coasteering. Once your group is kitted out you’ll take a short walk over to our coasteering location, commonly known as the ‘Stackpole Quey’.
Don’t worry if you aren’t confident in the sea or have never tried coasteering before, your group will have two knowledgeable guides who will explain and demonstrate all the skills you need to have a fantastic time.
Coasteering: What to Expect
Once the day’s water activities are finished you’ll have time to grab your belongings for the evening and visit the supermarket across the road from our base before we leave in convoy to our wild campsite.
We recommend some bbq food and one or two of your favorite drinks, we’ll provide the rest. For those without transport, we’ll help you arrange a lift share with other members of the group.
The campsite is a lovingly crafted space in the national park set on an old dairy farm in the heart of Pembrokeshire. After a quick introduction to the camp, you’ll want to settle into your shared Bell tent or Farmhouse accommodation.
Finish the night off with stories around the campfire, roasting marshmallows or one or two of your favorite drinks before sleeping soundly under the stars.
Sunday morning starts with bacon & egg rolls with tea and coffee (on us) before we wave goodbye to the wild camp and head back to the beach, jump into a wetsuit and hit the Welsh waves one last time.
By 1 pm we are typically all surfed out and ready to say fond farewells and home time.