For a wild and exciting outdoors adventure, this coasteering lesson in Dunbar is stunning. Scotland's rugged south west coast provides the perfect playground for climbing, clambering, scrambling and swimming and as all instructors are AALS qualified, you're in good hands. Explore the coastline as a group and experience the many rock pools, channels, surge zones and cliff jumping areas of this challenging natural obstacle course. Coasteering is demanding, exciting, great for fitness and is quickly becoming one of the UK's most popular watersports. So if you're someone who likes to push themselves to the limit, this is a must try!
Seven days a week from March to October.
This experience is only cancelled in the event of extreme weather conditions. Please call ahead if in any doubt.
Numbers On Day
Share the experience with up to 19 others. The pupil to instructor ratio is 8:1.
People are welcome to watch from Belhaven Beach.
All specialist equipment is provided, but please bring swimwear and a towel.
Minimum age is seven. Participants must be able to swim a minimum of 50 metres unaided, possess a reasonable level of fitness and declare any medical conditions prior to booking.
This coasteering school has been approved by the Adventure Activities Licensing Service (AALS) to information teach coasteering to schools and children's groups.