Got some questions? We hope we have answered them all here, but if you have more, just get in touch.
- Where can I try coasteering?
The coastline of Northern Ireland and Ireland is world famous for its ruggedness. This same ruggedness is ideal for coasteering. We mostly operate on the North Coast near the Giants Causeway, and the County Down coastline at the foot of the Mourne Mountains.
- What age do I have to be to try coasteering?
Coasteering is suitable for anyone age 10 or over in good health.
And for anyone younger, we have Watersprouts!
- How long does a coasteering trip last?
Our coasteering trips last approx 2.5 hours. Larger groups can sometimes be closer to 3 hrs.
- What equipment do I need for coasteering?
We provide all specialist equipment, including wetsuits, buoyancy aids, and helmets, neoprene socks & gloves, and are only provider in whole of Ireland to do so. All that you need to provide is:
- Swimwear for under the wetsuit
- Sturdy footwear such as trainers or light boots (sandals and neoprene footwear are not appropriate)
- Will I be safe coasteering?
We have over 15 years experience in the delivery of coasteering sessions and adhere to best practice principles for coasteering. All of our instructors are trained and assessed in accordance with our Activity Guidelines detailed in our comprehensive Risk Assessment Policy. Our instructors are all qualified First Aiders and meet all of our Child Protection checks including ACCESS NI. We also have a comprehensive Risk Assessment Policy and hold a £5 million insurance policy.
- How much does it cost to go coasteering?
Coasteering costs £45 per person, and we have a special youth rate of £25 per person. You can add another activity for only £10 per person. Discounts are available on open sessions, family days, and members of The Coasteering Club!
- How do I book a coasteering trip?
It’s simple really – book online today!