Keep up to date with the latest goings-on at Adventure South HQ. Find out about our latest adventure activities and learn more about the intricacies of coasteering, climbing and our other watersports along with our commitment to having a positive impact on South Devon's beaches and coastline.
We have put together a short list of ways you can help keep yourself and other potential water users safe when paddleboarding on open or closed water areas.
Have you ever noticed an enticing cave or a compelling rock formation along a stretch of coastline and wondered… has anyone ever explored that?
Buoyancy aid (BA) or Personal floatation devices (PFD) come in all shapes and sizes, if you are new to the sport of coasteering and looking to invest in your equipment, I hope this blog might give you some good pointers.
We spend our days working on and in the water, allowing us to witness first-hand the many issues facing coastal environments, like plastic or sewage pollution.
It's part of our company's ethos to help preserve, and keep oceans as clean as possible. We are donating members of the charity Surfers Against Sewage, who campaign tirelessly to protect the ocean environment from pollution.
Depending to where you choose to Coasteering or where your adventure company operates coasteering, I’m sure the equipment which we carry is pretty similar. I hail from a canyoning background which I believe helped shape the type of items I carry and how I carry them.
Starting a business where you can share your love and passion for what you do is surly a dream for anyone. I had that same passion for animation and photography, and now, that’s what drives me in adventure sports.
For anyone looking to get into canyoning for the first time, Madeira is perfect. If, however you are a seasoned canyoner you won’t be disappointed. The scenery is spectacular, and lends itself to something out of Jurassic Park.