Sea Kayaking and Camping in Pembrokeshire

Sea Kayaking and Camping

Your weekend will begin when you arrive at the campsite on Friday evening to your tent already pitched and the kettle warm.

After breakfast on Saturday morning you will head out for a day in the sea kayaks exploring the Pembrokeshire Cost National Park.  You will find hidden routes through the rocky outcrops and caves carved by the sea with only the wildlife for company.  At the end of the day we’ll bus you back to the campsite where you can choose to cook an evening meal or head to a restaurant.

On  Sunday we will take you on a different route with even more to explore.  We will take lots of photos throughout the weekend which we will upload to our facebook page on Sunday evening.  You will be able to view and download these even if you are not a facebook user.

The price includes; guiding, sea kayaks, paddles, waterproof tops, spray-decks, dry bags, tents, thermal sleeping mat and transport back to your vehicle.

You will need to bring for your sea kayaking and camping; wetsuit boots or old trainers, wetsuit or tracksuit bottoms and a fleece top (no jeans), a second fleece top, towel, drinks, food, sleeping and warm clothing.

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.

Check here to see if your dates are available for sea kayaking and camping in Pembrokeshire now or call 01348 874699.