TYF Adventure is based in historic St. David’s in the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in West Wales. The local area offers world-leading outdoor adventure locations and some of the cleanest and warmest waters in the UK, as well as incredible scenery and wonderful wildlife.
All age-groups and levels of skill and ability are welcome – 8 to 80, beginner to expert. Whether you’re after a gentle introduction or mind-blowing adrenalin rush, you’ve come to the right place. Whatever you’re looking for when you’re here – a personal challenge, a team-building session or simply 100% pure adventure fun - you’ll have a great time.
TYF Adventure say they would not be immodest enough to claim they ‘invented’ the whole notion of exploring along rocky foreshores (children have been doing that since seaside holidays first began) but they CAN take credit for having advanced this foreshore exploration one step further with the development of their flagship adventure activity ‘Coasteering’.
It couldn’t be more simple – squeeze into a wetsuit, safety helmet and old trainers then scramble, climb, swim and cliff jump your way around Pembrokeshire’s spectacular rocky coastline, turning rocks, cliffs, caves and waves into playthings! Jumping is not compulsory but most people like to try it.
Kayaking is one of the finest ways to discover the magnificent Welsh coastline. Low impact and silent it opens a new world unseen from other boats or from the shore. TYF Adventure is recognised as a Welsh Canoe Association Centre of Excellence, employs only fully qualified expert guides and provides top quality equipment with which to explore Pembrokeshire’s spectacular marine environment where seals and porpoises come within a few paddle lengths and birds watch you glide quietly through their world.
Pembrokeshire has some of the best climbing locations in the UK, suitable for all abilities. Rock climbing starts with technique coaching whilst bouldering, building confidence for the bigger routes climbed later in the session. Choose from steep limestone in South Pembrokeshire or sandstone slab climbing in North Pembrokeshire.
Wales is a great place to surf, with beaches facing the Atlantic swell on three sides; it’s usually “going off” somewhere nearby. Whether you’re new to surfing or would like to improve, our enthusiastic and friendly surf instructors can show you how to stand up and ride your first wave, cutback or kick out. But beware, surfing is addictive, once surf fever strikes, you’ll be hooked for life!
Learn about the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline at the same time as having fun and testing your skill and endurance in Wales’ only coastal national park.