Sea kayak beneath towering cliffs, discover hidden routes and venture into the darkest of caves!
September is Seal Pup Season!
Bigge “Redman” Wilson says “Best day out in Pembrokeshire, all abilities can do it with a fantastic teacher and have the chance to see nature that cannot be seen from land”.
Your half day kayaking begins with us meeting you in Lower Fishguard harbour at 0930. The aim is to depart from here but it maybe necessary to depart from Newport because of the weather. If the forecast is exceptionally good then you will be able to leave from Pwll Gwealod and paddle around Dinas Head!
After a full safety brief before getting on the water, we will make sure that you are comfortable paddling the sea kayaks, provide coaching and if necessary make any changes before leaving the harbour. You can be assured of seeing lots of wildlife, discover hidden caves and have plenty of time to explore the many rocky outcrops of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Your trip will take until 1300 so be sure to bring some food, as you will have worked up an appetite. We provide you with a dry bag for your clothes and food, as no one likes soggy sandwiches.
You will be back to your vehicle around 1345 and have opportunity to view the photos we’ve taken of you.
The price includes; guiding, sea kayaks, paddles, waterproof tops, spray-decks, dry bags, transport back to your vehicle.
You will need to bring for your half day sea kayaking; wetsuit boots or old trainers, wetsuit, tracksuit bottoms or similar and a fleece top (no jeans), a second fleece top, towel, drinks, lunch and snacks. A change of clothes for afterwards.
Sea kayaks are 17 feet long and under 16’s have a lot more fun in the front of a double with an adult in the back. Unless they have a BCU three star sea award, we insist they do so.
Sally says “Every time I have been out with Mike it has been a brilliant trip”.
“Is my date available?” Have a look and book online with our calendar or you can call us on 01348 874699 and we’ll be glad to help you.