Coasteering is a mixture of swimming and climbing around the coastline to gain access to inlets, caves and coves that are otherwise inaccessible. With luck, you may get to see wildlife such as seals and dolphins.
Paddle along Wales' beautiful coastline, with stunning views of Britain's only coastal National Park from a completely new perspective, mingling with the wildlife and enjoying the natural beauty.
Surf sessions, delivered by experienced and trained instructors who keep coming back to West Wales to take advantage of the year-round Atlantic rollers.
Climbing sessions suitable for all ages, with all equipment supplied and a skilled instructor to coach you. The routes will be set by the instructor in ascending order of difficulty to suit the group's ability range.
Whether you are a seasoned rider or a total beginner, you will enjoy a quality horse-riding experience at Saddle Tramps, out-riding over open moorland, through green valleys and ancient woodland.
Hill walking all over Wales, including navigation using map and compass, route planning and the use of route cards, group management,night navigation, hazards and weather, and camp craft.
Half day introduction to bushcraft, full weekends or weekdays bushcraft and 'all in' where bushcraft is combined with an expedition either by canoe or walking for a unforgettable trip.
The Trydan Off Road Centre offers trials and off road training and experience in partnership with the ACU. Why not embrace the opportunity to try trials riding first hand with their fleet of Oset rental bikes?
Gorge Walking provides an exhilarating day scrambling through the gorges of Wales. You will have an adrenaline-packed day jumping, squeezing, floating or scrambling down rapids, waterfalls & canyons.
Small World Theatre regularly host holiday activities and events for young and old, including exploring the shoreline, creative art, circus acrobatic skills, puppet making, dance and fitness classes.
There is a 4 - 5 hour trip down the Teifi gorge taking in the stunning scenery in this wildlife haven, or a 2.5 - 3 hour session by the Teifi marshes checking out the wildlife towards the bottom of the Gorge.
Sessions consist of learning how to control a rubber ring whilst floating down fast-moving white water. This really is a popular activity as it requires no skill to bounce off rocks and float down the river uncontrollably!
Sessions centered around making sure you have the most amount of fun, whilst still learning key skills in a safe environment. This is a suitable activity for those aged 8+ seeking an adrenaline-filled day.
Become the distiller and discover your own gin during a gin making experience at In the Welsh Wind distillery. Select botanicals and run your own still, then take home your own bottle of craft gin to enjoy.
Activities all about getting kids back to nature, where every child can thrive. Sessions are led by experienced outdoor activity leaders and are open to all children aged 6-11 years.
This spectacular journey will take you through the Teifi Gorge Special Area of Conservation. On this trip you will have the chance to see some fantastic creatures like otters, red kite, salmon, kingfishers and red deer.
Cardigan Golf Club, regular host of Golf Union of Wales Championships, features parkland and links, combined with sea breezes, making each round unique and a challenge for golfers of all handicaps.
On this adventure you will have the chance to paddle down some of the best white water in the UK, the Teifi River in West Wales, where the UK Raft Championships were held back in 2012.
A Bay to Remember dolphin, seal and sea bird watching boat trips offer a safe and exhilarating experience suitable for all ages, with 1 hour or 1.5 - 2 hour extended trips for the more serious wildlife watcher
Denmark Farms' events programme includes many short courses and workshops in natural crafts, sustainable living, conservation and species identification
Whether it is wetting a line for salmon, sea trout (sewin), brown trout or even grayling, Llandysul Angling Association has something to offer everyone on 30 miles of the river and at a very affordable price.
The Teifi Trout Association controls about 30 miles of fishing on the River Teifi. Day, week and season permits are available for visiting anglers.
Nineoaks Angling Centre offer carp, coarse and trout fishing in 6 lakes. Tackle, tackle hire, baits and tuition provided. Self catering accommodation available too.
Teifi River Guides, who have 3 miles of private water, can show you where to fish & obtain a permit, offer fully-guided night time fishing for sea trout & a full gillie service for salmon anglers
Join Dai Crabs for a scenic boat trip down the river Teifi, from Cardigan Bridge jetty to the mouth of the estuary in Gwbert. En-route there will be opportunities to take photographs of the beautiful scenic views.
Heritage Canoes' skilled instructors take guided groups along the Teifi Gorge from April to September using canoes which seat 2 or 3 people. Trips last around 2 hours and include all equipment and instruction.
A perfect taster for kayaking and paddling, while having the time of your life! The Llandysul Paddlers guides will give you some top tips on ways to nail that new skill.
For your first whitewater experience, take a trip with Llandysul Paddlers down the epic Teifi rapids in sit on top or inflatable kayaks down a number of rapids ranging in difficulty.
A chance for singles, couples and family groups to try SUP daddleboarding in a safe, beginner‐friendly environment on a peaceful and picturesque section of the Afon Teifi in the village of Cilgerran, Pembrokeshie.
If you love excitement, join an Epic Fishing trip. All fishing equipment is supplied and you can keep your catch from sharks to octopus - anything can come up on an Epic Fishing Trip!