Coasteering on the Isle of Wight
What is Coasteering?
Coasteering, as the name suggests, is a coastal activity involving a mixture of scrambling, climbing, crawling and swimming. Taking in places along the south-west coast of the Isle of Wight from Freshwater Bay, this exhilerating sport is perfect for groups of all sizes who want to have great fun exploring the more inaccesible parts of the Island's coastline. Jumping over rock archways, swimming through wave filled gaps, climbing up cliffs and ducking under water into invisible caves are just a few of the experiences to be had.
Where does it happen? Coasteering is an organised activity, led by an experienced and qualified guides and takes place around the cliffs surrounding Freshwater Bay on the South West coast of the Island.
How do I find out more & book
Isle of Wight Adventure Activities
Isle of Wight Adventure Activities run the activity for individuals who want to join another group and up to groups of 25 from their base at Afton Park, just up the road from Freshwater Bay. The centre has a large car park, a cafe and other on site activities. All equipment is provided. IWAA also run kayaking courses around the coast of the Isle of Wight.