Leap off the rocks and into the sea, swim through the waves and scramble across rocks pools, explore tunnels and caves from the water. If this sounds good to you, then dive on into an awesome coastal adventure!
Where the sea meets the land we get some amazing landscapes that are great to explore and that can only be accessed by getting a bit wet (as if we need the excuse!). Coasteering puts you right into the action, letting you really explore spectacular Scottish coastline that you can’t even see from coastal paths. It might be a flat-calm day with water like glass, or day with waves breaking over the rocks, either way there’s all sorts of fun to be had!
The coastal landscape creates fantastic features to play in, rock arches and caves to swim through, sea stacks to scramble up and over, cliffs to jump off and slides to zip down. It’s also a great chance to explore the sea life that exists around the coast; searching rock pools for crabs and shellfish, watching seabirds diving for fish, and if you’re lucky you might even see catch a glimpse of a seal or dolphin!
To ensure you get the most out of your activity, we ask that participants meet some minimum abilities.
- Being capable of swimming 25m with a buoyancy aid is preferred, but if not participants should at least be comfortable being in the water wearing a buoyancy aid.
If you have any questions, please get in touch. We are usually able to accommodate a diverse range of special requirements.
For assessment courses that require logbooks or NGB registration, please ensure these are completed before the course commences.
For introductory activities, we provide all the activity and safety equipment you need. With more advanced courses you may be expected to have some of your own personal equipment; see the Kit List for information. Whether it’s the latest gear, great instruction or comfy accommodation, we aim to provide you with the best we can.
- Buoyancy Aids
As well as the activity equipment, you can rest assured that our experienced instructors carry all the necessary group safety equipment, and are covered by a comprehensive insurance policy.
Here is a quick guide to what you need to bring with you for the activity. A full kit list is included with your information pack provided after booking.
- Trainers For Getting Wet (Lace Up Type)
- Baggy Old Shorts (To Wear Over Wetsuit)
- Spare Dry Change Of Clothes & Shoes
- Warm Outer Layers (For Afterwards)
- Snacks/Meals & Drinks (These May Not Be Available At The Location)
If you are struggling with any specialist equipment, then please get in touch, and we may be able to assist.