Kayak Among Beautiful Scenery, Rare Birds, Seals and Even Dolphins
Enjoy the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with a sea kayaking tour in Britain’s only coastal national park, an area that was voted 2nd best coastal destination in the world by both National Geographic and Lonely Planet readers.
Other places simply do not have the scenery, the tides, the wildlife or the rugged coastline for rock-hopping that Pembrokeshire does. With famous tide races such as the Bitches, Atlantic swells travelling from as far away as the Caribbean, offshore islands and the Gulf Stream to warm the waters, Pembrokeshire really is a sea kayaking mecca.
By exploring the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with a proper sea kayak you are able to travel further and with less effort than by using a sit on top or a whitewater kayak. You are able to get into every dark cave, through tight, narrow channels and access wonderful isolated beaches all without disturbing any of the wildlife; and sea kayaking is much drier than you think!
What Can You Expect?
First of all the Pembrokeshire Coast is an amazing coastline. Designated a national park in 1952, due to the geology, it has remained largely undeveloped since then. Towering cliffs, littered with caves and rock outcrops, they are full of rare nesting birds and inquisitive Atlantic Grey seals.
With coastline that faces 3 different directions which means it’s almost always possible to hide from the weather if needs be. 186 miles of coastline to explore, each area with a unique geology and different features to explore, something you’ll crave once you’ve experienced it. Whether your trip is to see the Witches Cauldron, Needle Rock, Cathedral Cave, The Blue Lagoon or elsewhere in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, you’ll certainly be impressed by the emerald green waters.
Tours for are chosen to meet your ability and wishes with the same care you’d give to a priceless treasure. (That’s what they are to us, because our reputation is only as good as our next tour.)