When to go
All year round
From £ 50pp
Love the idea of a sea-soaked adventure? Coasteering is a fun-filled outdoor adventure activity which you have to try.
Wales is considered one of the best destinations in the UK for coasteering because of its huge shoreline, cave system and cliffs. You’ll love exploring the shores of Wales. Claw your way up sea cliffs, enjoy an epic view of granite rocks partially submerged in the water, and spot rare wildlife as you move along the coast. It tests you to the limit but leaves you wanting more.
Daniel and Heleen
Daniel and Heleen were always drawn to the idea of being their own boss. After working several years with different companies in event management, they gave up thriving careers to chase their dream of doing something challenging and different, leading to the inception of Big Blue Adventure.
Exploring Blues specialises in coasteering in many parts of Wales such as the Gower Peninsula, Pembrokeshire and Snowdonia. All you need to bring with you is a pair of shorts and plenty of enthusiasm, and we will provide the rest.
- Wetsuit, helmets and buoyancy aids
- Comprehensive training
- Bespoke packages
- Board and wetsuit hire
- Option to add yoga before and after your activity
- Meals and beverages
- Bespoke adventure for you or your group.
- Technical kit
- Transport during the adventure
- Meals/ drinks
How to get there
It is easy to reach Cardiff Bay by following the signs and directions along the road. The signs are in Welsh but don't worry because they are also in English!
By bus or train
Cardiff Bay is well-connected with all major cities in the UK through public transport such as bus and train.
• Arriva Trains Wales
• Go to Cardiff Bay area in the buses 6, 7 and 8. Visit the Cardiff Bus website for timetables and further information: www.cardiffharbour.com/directions-and-parking