#7 - Take a leap of faith from the rocks on a coasteering adventure
Isle Of Wight
AboutCoasteering is easily one of the most “extreme” ways to explore the Isle of Wight’s coastline, and is also one of the most varied outdoor pursuits you will find anywhere. Part climbing experience, with some swimming, jumping, ducking and diving thrown in for good measure, a 2 hour session takes place along sections of the Island’s beautiful cliffs and heritage coast.
Whilst scrambling over cliff faces, leaping over rock archways and plunging into the sea below are undoubtedly a great “warm-up”, the pinnacle of the experience has to be discovering the invisible caves at Watcombe Bay. Hidden at high tide, and usually difficult to access without the aid of a boat, the caves open up into spectacular caverns moulded over many years by the sea.
Much of your Coasteering adventure can be tailored to your own ambitions, meaning apart from inevitable amounts of fun, you will pretty much choose exactly how it happens.
With one of Adventure Activities Isle of Wight’s qualified guides on hand to ensure your safety at all times it’s a great time to get wet, and go wild!
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|Open (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|