Kayaking and canoeing are both fantastic ways to enjoy the National Park in a sustainable way.
Kayaking and canoeing are both fantastic ways to enjoy the National Park allowing access to caves, stacks and reefs along the coast, and the creeks and mudflats inland.
They provide a great chance to observe sea birds, seals and porpoises, estuary waders and wild fowl in an unobtrusive and sustainable way.
For the experienced sea kayaker there are extended trips along the coast and out to the islands as well as world class play boating in the fierce tidal streams.
There are also great opportunities for surf kayaking on many of Pembrokeshire’s storm beaches. There are a number of Pembrokeshire Outdoor Charter members in the area providing courses and guided paddling trips.
Pembrokeshire has some of the most unspoilt and spectacular coastal scenery in the UK. It is an area rich in wildlife and is designated as being internationally and nationally important for marine habitats and species.
To help minimise our impact a code of conduct for sea kayaking is in place and is managed by the Pembrokeshire Marine Code/Outdoor Charter Groups.
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