Canyoning is by far our most popular activity. It is a readily available activity within the local area which can be run in a broader range of conditions. It is an exciting, adventurous activity that can be modified to fit both heavy and light rainfall, allowing the activity to be different for every group. However, there also a variety of activities that are at the mercy of the sea. Activities such as surfing, kayaking and coasteering all require specific conditions from the sea in order for the most to be made out of the activity.
Surfing is the most obvious activity to be affected by the sea. Surfing is greatly affected by wind conditions and swell. Surface pressure and wind maps can be used to determine the likelihood of good waves on a particular day, so prior analysis is required by companies to determine whether to run a surfing activity on a day. However, surfing in good conditions is a transcendent feeling that no other activity could mimic.
Kayaking is an activity which can be done in both a sea and river environment. The conditions that affect surfing have a similar influence on sea kayaking. However, there is always the possibility to go white water rafting, provided a good river flow.
Coasteering is an activity which is similar to canyoning, however, it is based around jumping off cliffs into the sea rather than off waterfalls. The jumps are bigger and the caving systems are spectacular, however very specific conditions are required, so in many cases an earlier or later time is necessary in order for the activity to be safe.
All activities are based in the South Wales area, in the Cardiff and Swansea areas.