Kayaking on the Sea Experiences: Water Experiences

Kayaking on the Sea

If you fancy doing something a bit adventurous, then give sea kayaking a try.

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Availability: Weekday and weekend dates throughout the year. Weather: Kayaking might be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions which could make it dangerous. Please call the venue if in any doubt. Tidal predictions and elementary weather forecasting will be covered during the experience. Duration: Your experience will last for approximately three and a half hours, including travel and changing time. Numbers On Day: There are both single seaters and two seater (doubles are sit on top) kayaks available. There will be a maximum of ten people taking part. Spectators: Spectators are welcome, but they'll have to make their own way from the venue to the activity site. Dress Code: Bring swimwear, a towel, a pair of old trainers or wetsuit boots, a warm change of clothes and a hat. All other specialist equipment will be provided. Guidelines: If you travel by rail, please show your rail ticket when you arrive to claim a ten percent eco adventure discount. The TYF shop and office are located opposite the National Trust shop, just above the Cross Square. There are two car parks within a few minutes walk. Restrictions: Minimum age is 8. You need to be reasonably fit and a confident swimmer. You'll be asked to complete a medical declaration form before taking part. Beginners are welcome. Other Info: Locally sourced packed lunches are available for £6 per person and must be booked in advance.

It's fun, it's active, and it's also a great way to see some of Britain's loveliest coastline. After having met your guide, collected your wetsuit and other equipment, you'll be taken to the local harbour to learn the basics. The first part of the experience teaches you the basics of mastering your kayak - forwards, backwards and turning. Once you have these under your belt, you will be taken a little further to explore the Pembrokeshire coastline, with rocky cliffs, hidden bays and sea caves. On a calm summer day, there is a good chance of a sun tan, and when the wind blows you may even get to try rock hopping. Kayaking is great fun and can't be beaten for the sheer pleasure of powering yourself silently across the water. The stunning scenery of the Pembrokeshire coastline makes a perfect backdrop to your adventure. This experience suits both beginners and those wanting to brush up on their skills.

St David's, Pembrokeshire

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