Wild Adventure and Survival in West Wales

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Take part in the adventure of a lifetime in this action packed wild adventure and survival weekend on the Pembrokeshire coast. Learn to bivouac camp, discover secret coves, and take part in a tree planting initiative in this IGO adventure.
Wild Adventure
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Fri, 22 May 2020
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Haverfordwest, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Location
Haverfordwest, UK
Start times
Fri, 22 May 2020
Wild Adventure:
12:00pm
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Wild Adventure
Distance
30km
£445.00
Route information
This multi-day coastal adventure will have you exploring the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline with its soaring cliffs and pristine waters. Adventurers will be wild camping, kayaking, and coasteering, with evenings spent relaxing while learning how to make fire, wild cook, and eat delicious locally sourced food.
Itinerary:
Day 1:
Arrive at Haverfordwest train station and get treated to an Alissa and Roo's Supper Clubs dinner in St. David's. This dinner will feature the best local ingredients and
Day 2:
Wake up with an early morning wild swim on a local beach before heading back for breakfast. Kayak, snorkel, and hike your way along the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline; exploring hidden coves, secret caves, and beautiful beaches only accessible from the water. Take part in a tree-planting initiative focusing on indigenous British trees and pollinators, like Rowan, Damson, Crab Apple, and Lime. In the evening, learn to light fires using only flints and settle in for a night of stargazing in a simple bivouac camp.
Day 3:
Refresh yourself with a morning dip in St. George's Channel, before coasteering back to base for lunch and then transfer back to Haverfordwest station.
This adventure is perfect for those who like to take it slow with a few breaks. You should be happy being on your feet for 2-3 hours per day. Don't worry if you don't have all the kit or know everything about the great outdoors, the purpose of this adventure is for you to experience outdoor activities in a safe and fun way to get you hooked and coming back for more.
What's included
  • 1 night dormitory style accommodation
  • 1 night bivouac camping
  • Dinner day 1, all three meals day 2, and both breakfast and lunch on day 3
  • Transfer to and from Haverfordwest station
  • Kayaking
  • Snorkelling
  • Coasteering
  • Dedicated local guide for all 3 days
  • Safety equipment (wetsuits, buoyancy aids, kayaks, helmets)
  • Camping equipment
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How to get there
Haverfordwest, UK
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Address: Haverfordwest train station, Haverfordwest SA61 2LZ
Train: Haverfordwest is served by regular trains to and from Cardiff and Milford Haven.
Car: Take the M4 until it becomes the A48 near Hendy, Wales. Follow the A48 until it becomes the A40 in Pensarn and follow the A40 to Haverfordwest.
Event day logistics
Baggage Storage: luggage can be stored at the accommodation at St David's Bunk Barns.
Dietary Requirements: All dietary requirements can be catered for, please just specify in your booking.
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Spectator Info
This event is not open to spectators.
Backpack
Kit List
  • Rain gear
  • Clothes suitable for both warm and cold weather
  • Swimsuit
  • Waterproof hiking boots
  • Light hiking shoes/trainers
  • Sandals/flip-flops
  • 50-70l rucksack
  • 20-40l daypack
  • Hiking accessories (poles, head torch etc.)
  • Refillable water bottles
  • Money pouch
  • Towel
  • Toiletries
  • Sleeping bag
  • Roll mat (for bivvying)
FAQs
Where can I store luggage securely during Wild Adventure in West Wales?
Luggage can be stored securely at the accommodation - St David's Bunk Barns.
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How fit do I need to be to do the Wild Adventure in West Wales?
People of any level of fitness are encouraged to take park. Kayaking is done at a gentle pace and coasteering can be tailored to individual levels.
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What is the weather like at this time of year for the Wild Adventure in West Wales?
Whilst it is beginning to get a little warmer in May, it does still get chilly at night so it's worth bringing layers. Expect a mix of both warm and cool days.
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What dietary requirements can be catered for during the Wild Adventure in West Wales?
All dietary requirements can be catered for. Please make note of any requirements in the booking process.
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