Marine & Environmental Kayaking
“It seems to me that the natural world is the greatest source of excitement; the greatest source of visual beauty, the greatest source of intellectual interest. It is the greatest source of so much in life that makes life worth living”
Nobody said it better than Sir David Attenborough.
What we do:
We feel that the best way to learn about the diverse and unique marine environment on our door step is to get out onto the water, fall in love with the coastline and wildlife, then to develop an understanding of these complex marine systems and the impact that we can have on them.
This package will include 2 days of guided sea kayaking on our beautiful coast, during which you will have the opportunity to develop paddling skills under the watchful eyes of our experienced guides, have a play in some of our world class tidal races, rock hop and more.
During which, kayak guide and marine biologist Rachel Bott (BSc. Marine Bio & Oceanography, MSc. Conservation Biology) will be on hand to deliver talks on the exceptional rocky shore environment, marine life from plankton to whales, dolphins and seals that inhabit our waters, as well as human impacts on the coastal environment, and what we can do as individuals to minimise this. Got a specific interest? Feel free to pick her brains.
The best thing about doing this weekend via kayak is that you will be travelling under your own steam, without the need to add sound and chemicals into the marine environment. Don’t underestimate the benefits of travelling quietly; you will be amazed at how your encounters with wildlife are improved!
Who it for?
Anyone who wants to develop a better understanding of the marine world, and environmental issues whilst getting to paddle the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast.
All levels of paddlers welcome.
What is included?
- A fully guided experience
- Kayaking Equipment
- All food
- Two nights accommodation