Newquay Adventure Centre is one of the leading coasteering providers in the UK. We have developed coasteering over the past decade to become an exciting activity for adults and children alike.
Swim, scramble, traverse, explore caves and take the plunge with a cliff jump if you dare! A wonderful opportunity to see the Cornwall coast in a new and exhilarating way. Blowholes, caves and varied wildlife are only some of the features you will see whilst Coasteering in Cornwall.
Check out this short video of this military group taking part in one of our spicy routes!
Every coasteering route we use has its individual characteristics and can last from 1-3 hrs to a day depending on the ages in the group and the weather conditions.
The session will start with a safety brief that will cover all safety aspects, before you head out with your experienced coasteering instructors. All of our coasteering instructors are qualified beach lifeguards, and have undertaken the International Coasteering Association Coasteering guide course
Locations include Newquay, Towan Headland, Porth Island, Penhale
Check out the short video of Newquay Adventure Centre taking the Royal Marines Coasteering!
The Gazzle / Cribbar” Newquay - This versatile and flexible route offers a variety of jumps and caves. There is always a good chance of seeing the local wildlife such as Cormorants, Gulls and seals.
Porth Island - Newquay - Features galore on this route including sluice, pour-overs, gullies, blowholes and Caves. Porth is much more exposed and soaks in a lot more swell and therefore it can get a bit more intense.
Ligger Point - Perranporth - This is an EBO, Newquay Adventure Centre Exclusive Route! We have exclusive access via the MOD exercise area; This route can only be used by our Military AT Clients. This route has it all, Huge jumps, Dark Caves, Sluices, Pour –overs Blowholes.
ECO Coasteering in Newquay
During an Eco Coasteering session we turn the adrenalin down a notch, and yank up the education. The kids will still scramble over rocks, swim through pools and do small jumps and they will also explore the wildlife and geology of the Cornish coastline.
We will explore rock pools which are teeming with all sorts of weird and wonderful marine life. We will spot all sorts of birds and usually a few seals will come out to play or at least watch us as we pass by.
Contact www.coasteering.org for more info