Surfing, Coasteering & Wild Camping

Multi-day & Extended Tours in Cornwall

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 Experience the best of Cornwall–from the waves to the wilderness. Learn to surf with experienced surf coaches, discover a hidden coastline as you coasteer around the stunning Towan Headland, before heading off to our private Cornish woodland for a relaxed evening of camping under the stars. Worlds away from the Newquay nightlife, our handcrafted wild campsite is decked out with bell tents, fairy lights, fire pits and all sorts of fun woodland activities. Ideal for solo travellers, couples and small groups of friends looking for a unique head-to-toe dunking in the laid-back Newquay lifestyle. Join us!
WHAT ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES TO EXPECTA quick run down of how the weekend unfolds.Your weekend consists of two surf lessons, a coasteering session and an overnight camp at our private wild campsite.SATURDAY…We kick the weekends off early with a warm welcome and an & overview of how the weekend will run.Saturday is the big day with two water activities & wild camping. Each of the activities is two hours long and includes all the kit, you’ll need a few personal items for the weekend, so make sure you see our packing list before you arrive. Once everyone is ready, its time to grab a wetsuit and surfboard for the first of the weekend’s surf lessons. Whether you are experienced or it’s your first time, our surf coaches are on hand to offer advice and guide you throughout your surfing lesson. Lunch – You’ll have plenty of time to grab some lunch and take a stroll around Newquay’s many surf shops between the activities. Newquay has a great vibe during the summer with plenty to look at, just ask us for some recommendations on where to go and what to see. After lunch its time for the afternoon’s activity, coasteering. Once your group is kitted out you’ll take a short walk over to our coasteering location, commonly known as the ‘Gazzle’. Don’t worry if you aren’t confident in the sea or have never tried coasteering before, your group will have two knowledgeable guides who will explain and demonstrate all the skills you need to have a fantastic time. SATURDAY NIGHT…Once the day’s water activities are finished you’ll have time to grab your belongings for the evening and visit the supermarket across the road from our base before we leave in convoy to our wild campsite.We recommend some bbq food and one or two of your favourite drinks, we’ll provide the rest.   For those without transport, we’ll help you arrange a lift share with other members of the group. The wild camp is a lovingly crafted space in our own private woodlands set on a working dairy farm in the heart of Cornwall. After a quick introduction to the camp, you’ll want to settle into your shared Bell tent (air bed & pillow provided) before the evening activities begin. With axe throwing, balance games and firefighting skills there’s plenty going on throughout the evening to keep you entertained.Finish the night off with stories around the campfire, roasting marshmallows or one or two of your favorite drinks before sleeping soundly under the stars. SUNDAY…Sunday morning starts with cereals, fruit with tea and coffee (on us) before we wave goodbye to the wild camp and head back to Newquay, jump into a wetsuit and hit the Cornish waves one last time. By 1pm we are typically all surfed out and ready to say fond farewells and home time.

What’s included

  • Wetsuits, surfboards, coasteering safety equipment
  • airbed, pillow, shared canvas bell tent + light breakfast

What’s not included

  • Swimwear (to wear under your wetsuit) shoes for the beach (surfing) a pair of lace up trainers you don’t mind getting wet (coasteering) and a towel. If it is sunny, we would also advise sun cream and a bottle of water. If you require any medication, such as an inhaler for example, please ensure that you bring it along and advise your coach before the session.
  • Joining us for a Wild Camp Experience means you’ll be out in the elements from the late afternoon through to the following morning.
  • 1 litre of water per person
  • BBQ food for your evening meal
  • One or two of your favourite drinks
  • Rain jacket or mac
  • Spare warm clothing
  • Sleeping bag
  • Warm hat
  • Spare socks
  • Suitable footwear for a night in the outdoors. (old trainers, boots or wellies.
  • Toothbrush & toothpaste
  • Handy wipes / facial wipes
  • Torch