THE BEST COASTEERING TOURS IN SARDINIA
Coasteering is the joining of different activities, to be practised to cross the most outlandish and arduous coastlines. The itinerary wiggles along the rocks and ravines, where we will walk and crawl, directly above the sea. We know these cliffs and are familiar with the hidden passages and the sharp rocks. Balance and flexibility are essential to walk safely on the rocks.
Coasteering is a fun and challenging sport that merges various disciplines
Starting from canyoning, which borrows its rope manoeuvres such as abseiling and zip-lines. Likewise, it uses climbing notions, which are necessary to climb over or traverse large boulders. Occasionally, when entering small caves or slithering through narrow passages created by the water, you may have the impression of practising speleology. Finally, you can have a bit of a relaxing time snorkelling.
Coasteering Cala Gonone
Il percorso di Coasteering di Cala Gonone segue la scogliera della costa più affascinante della Sardegna. Tuffi, arrampicata e un mare incantevole.
Coasteering Punta Molara
Coasteering Cala Gonone
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What do I need for coasteering?
WE PROVIDE ALL THE NECESSARY EQUIPMENT FOR COASTEERING
Each participant will receive a wetsuit, a specific rucksack, and a waterproof container to keep their food dry. On top of that, we provide a harness. This is just to keep the bottom of the wetsuit in one piece when we sit on sharp rocks.
Under the wetsuit, it is enough to wear a bathing suit. You’ll need to wear a pair of hiking shoes.
In order to reserve wet suits of the correct size, please let us know the height and weight of all participants.
CAN I DO COASTEERING IF I CANNOT SWIM?
It is possible to walk the entire itinerary without touching the water. On top of that, we provide a wet suit and a buoyant (a floating jacket), which will keep you floating in case of an accidental dive.
Anyhow, our guide would rather not take this responsibility on mixed groups.
If you book a tour in exclusive, and all other participants are aware that you cannot swim, and are OK with that, we can do it.
I DON'T LIKE DIVING INTO THE WATER, DO I HAVE TO?
Not at all, jumps are not compulsory, we make sure there’s always a safe alternative.
Our guides may suggest diving from various heights, but you can choose whether you want to do it or not. In case you do not feel like jumping, there’s no problem. It is always possible to walk or swim around a rock.