Pembrokeshire Coasteering is an outdoor activity exploring the coast at sea level. All Coasteering sessions with Celtic Quest are tailored to suit your expectations and abilities and can include cliff jumping, scramble climbing, adventure swimming, rock hopping and more.
What about people with disabilities?
We believe that everyone is capable of taking part in Coasteering at their own level. Previous clients have included blind & visually impaired, special needs, a deaf hen party, physically disabled including amputees and cerebral palsy.
If you have a sense of adventure then we can tailor a Coasteering session to suite your needs and abilities. Give the office a call to discuss your particular expectations and goals - 01348 881530.
You'll need swimwear, a towel, an old pair of shorts and a pair of old trainers. We provide the rest, including - winter steamer wetsuits, buoyancy aids, helmets, neoprene wetsuit gloves, hoods and socks.
What's the minimum age and group size?
Our minimum age is 8 years. We have no minimum group size, individuals and small groups are welcome.
When can I Coasteer and how long does it last?
Activities start at 9.30am and 2pm daily, we operate all year round in Pembrokeshire, Wales. On a typical Coasteering activity we'll be in the sea for approx 2 hours.
What if I can't swim?
No problem, your wetsuit and buoyancy aid are super floaty, so you just go with the flow. Your Guide will be close at hand throughout the activity and all elements are optional. We'll tailor an activity to suit your individual needs and/or disability.
Will I get cold and what if it's raining?
Your first dip will be refreshing, after that the wetsuits get to work and will keep you toasty warm throughout your adventure. Rain or shine - we can Coasteer, as you'll be getting very wet anyway.
Celtic Quest can tailor an adventure to suit just about all abilities. The kit is super floaty so you don't need to be a strong swimmer, Go With The Flow!
Your guide will make sure you CAN explore your adventure limits at your own level.
As coasteering specialists we believe that outdoor activities are accessible to all. We have been joined by a wide range of disabled people from deaf, blind, hearing & visually impaired children & adults, to people with a learning and/or physical disability.
"Went yesterday with my mother and 16 year old brother who has severe cerebral palsy and is in a wheelchair. We were accompanied for an hour by two instructors who were fantastic (as was the owner, the beach's security guard, and any other staff who we met along our way) nobody could do enough for us and all were extremely positive and supportive, not allowing Tom's disability to get in the way of his or our experience, I would thoroughly recommend to anyone with a person with special needs in their family, I would suggest that if you are going with somebody who is in a wheelchair to go at high tide so that access to the water is a bit easier, also be aware that you will have to get changed on the beach or in the back of your vehicle as there are no facilities on site, however IT IS ALL POSSIBLE. Loved it loved it loved it, thanks again Celtic Quest :)" Lauren, Alison & Tom - Aug 2012