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Sea Kayak, Forage, Fish and Wild Camp the Pembrokeshire Coastline

A sea kayaking adventure where you'll live off the land around Pembrokeshire’s wild coastline. 2 days.

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Kayak Journeys
DURATION
1 Night
DIFFICULTY
Active
COMFORT
Basic
LOCATION
United Kingdom
SEASON
June
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Experience Pembrokeshire’s wild coastline from a new perspective spending two days sea kayaking, exploring the rock pools, secluded beaches and sea stacks. Along the way, you’ll develop your bushcraft skills, forage for hidden seaside gems, fish, cook over campfires, wild camp on a beach, spot seals and improve your kayak skills.

Your hassle-free adventure includes

  • 2 days sea kayaking
  • 1 night’s wild camping accommodation
  • Expert local guide
  • Campfire dinner
  • Cooking equipment
  • Transfers to and from water

Perfect for

This adventure is suitable for intermediate level sea kayakers with a reasonable level of fitness.

Need To Know

Your hosts don’t offer exact meal plans as they try to buy whatever’s fresh and in season from local suppliers. There is a strong emphasis on locally sourced produce and high-quality fresh food. They can cater to vegetarian, pescatarian, gluten free and dairy free diets, providing you let them know in advance.

Children over the age of 16 can come when booked as a private trip.

Your hosts don’t offer exact meal plans as they try to buy whatever’s fresh and in season from local suppliers. There is a strong emphasis on locally sourced produce and high-quality fresh food. They can cater to vegetarian, pescatarian, gluten free and dairy free diets, providing you let them know in advance.

The following are not included in the trip price:

  • Travel to and from the start and end point
  • Camping equipment
  • Additional food and snacks
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips for your guides (optional)

This trip will run with a minimum of 2 people, and a maximum of 8. The guest to guide ratio will be maximum 8:1. Please note, if there are not 2 people booked the trip may be rearranged or cancelled.

Sure can! A lot of people do, and it’s a great way to meet like-minded people.

Your host recommends to pack:

  • Suitable warm clothing for wearing around the camp in the evening (fleeces, warm trousers, woolly hat etc.)
  • Appropriate footwear for wearing around the camp in the evening
  • Sleeping bag (this needs to be one that packs down into a small size).
  • Roll mat (if possible. We will provide the basher to sleep under).
  • Any medications needed
  • Swimming costume
  • Towel
  • Old pair of trainers to wear in the water/wetsuit boots
  • Long sleeved top that you don’t mind getting wet i.e. thermal top
  • Torch / Headtorch
  • Toothbrush
  • Camping plates/cutlery

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You are free to make any travel arrangements that fit with the start and end point of your trip.

Location

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Pembrokeshire, in South West Wales, is home to the only national park in the UK that was established primarily because of the coastline it protects. This adventure takes place in the heart of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park on the South coast between the important coastal town of St. David’s and the village of Newgale.

The Pembrokeshire coastline is a picturesque mix of rugged limestone cliffs below rolling green cliff tops, sandy beaches, hidden coves and wooded estuaries. The steep limestone cliffs have been eroded by the sea over hundreds of years to form fantastic rock formations with caves, sea stacks and arches.

The Pembrokeshire coast is an important place for British marine life. It’s home to colonies of seabirds like cormorants and fulmar petrels. It is also one of the best places in the UK to see marine mammals like porpoises and seals. For those in the know, there is also an abundance of edible delights awaiting the discerning forager. Your knowledgeable local guide will help unveil the hidden treasures of the seaside menu.

Start point

Your adventure starts at your local host’s base near St David’s in Pembrokeshire at 09:00. Your host will be in touch closer to the time to confirm the details.

Finish point

Your adventure ends at your local host’s base near St David’s in Pembrokeshire at 15:00. Your host will be in touch closer to the time to confirm the details.

What to Expect

Day 1: Kayak, Forage, Fish and Wild Camp

Meeting at your local hosts base, you’ll be kitted out with all the gear you need, go through the plan and have a safety briefing. A short 5-minute transfer gets you to the water’s edge. Setting off from a picturesque harbour you’ll kayak 3km to Porth Lliski.

At Porth Lliski, you’ll spend time exploring caves, rock hopping, foraging and learning bush skills followed by lunch on the beach. Next, it’s a 15km paddle to visit the Atlantic grey seal colony on Green Scar and do some handline fishing.

From there, it’s onto a remote beach accessible only by boat. There’ll be plenty of time to swim, snorkel and explore before setting up camp and cooking the days foraging and fishing delights over a campfire. The night is spent sleeping out under the stars.

Day 2: Coastal Paddling

Prepare a campfire breakfast, then it’s time to hit the water again. You’ll paddle for 5 km round Pembroke’s stunning coastline, dropping in at hidden caves and watching out for the varied marine life. There is a break for lunch at Point Caste beach with a chance for some body surfing and to explore the woodland flowers behind the beach.

From Point Castle, the final paddle takes you round to the Newgale Beach. If time allows, you can try your hand surfing your kayak along the beach break. From there, it’s a short 15-minute transfer back to your host’s base and the end of a great adventure.

Note: This itinerary and the duration of the activities are subject to change due to group abilities and preferences, and weather conditions and forecasts.

Accommodation

In tune with this wild experience, you will be bivvying out under the stars on a secluded beach accessible only by boat. You will need to bring your own sleeping bag and roll mat and your local hosts will provide a tarp shelter to sleep under. Along the way, you will be honing your bushcraft skills and in the evening dinner will be cooked over an open campfire.

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Accommodation · Equipment · Guide · Local Transport · Meals As Described · Happiness Guaranteed · 100% Financial Protection · No Single Supplements

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