Coasteering - Howick

Coasteering is a unique and exhilarating combination of sea level traversing, jumping from rocks, climbing out of gullies, and sea cave exploration. Guaranteed to be lots of fun, it continues to be our most popular activity. This is the perfect family activity, guaranteed to generate lots of laughs, and smiles and to send the kids off to bed at night tired out.

We explore the area around Rumbling Kearn, there are wash off's, jumps, and caves to explore. Jump heights vary from a few feet to 30ft, although the higher jumps are tide-dependent. None of the jumps or features are mandatory, and our experienced staff will help you get the most from the session guaranteeing lots of fun and unforgettable memories.

We will try to take pictures on this trip and post them on our Facebook Page. Click Here to visit our Facebook page.

When do we offer Coasteering?

Our season runs from Easter weekend to the end of October. If you wish to book outside, this time, please contact us.

Morning Sessions start at 10 am and afternoons at 1.30 pm. Please allow 3 hours to allow for time for including getting in and out of wetsuits etc. The minimum age for this activity is 8yrs old. 

Where do we meet?

New for 2022, we will meet at our new base in Craster where we have changing rooms and toilets. From there it’s a few minutes transfer to Howick.

important Notes:

We need a minimum of 2 people to make a session viable, in the unlikely event we do not have 2 people booked we will contact you 48 hours in advance to cancel the session.

Stag and Hen Groups - please let us know if you are making a booking for a stag or hen group so we can allocate appropriate instructors.

To see which time slot is available click on the time and it will allow you to book.


We supply your wetsuits and all safety equipment.

You will need to bring socks and shoes, shoes with laces, please. Not neoprene wetsuit type slip-on, they wash off and are too thin-soled. Training shoes are ideal. You will also need a swimsuit for under your wetsuit and a towel to dry off afterward. It is also worth bringing a snack and something to drink for when you come out of the water. If you have any questions, please contact us at