Gower Coast Adventures

Gower Coast Adventures, Swansea, United Kingdom

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Mumbles to Three Cliffs Bay & Oxwich Bay, Round Trip

1hr 30mins approx / Adult £34 / Child (15 & under) £20

(May also depart from Swansea Marina)

Board Sea Serpent from the steps at Knab Rock, begin the trip by visiting the nesting sea birds on Mumbles pier then leaving Swansea Bay around Mumbles lighthouse. We then hug the South Gower coast pausing to hear stories of smugglers coves and pre-historic bone caves on our journey to Three Cliffs and Oxwich Bay.

On our return, we journey further out to sea to look for sea birds and porpoise then visit our lobster pot which is often a highlight for children.

Oxwich to Worms Head, Round Trip (May – Sept only)

2hrs approx / Adult £ 42 / Child (15 & under) £24

Roll up your trousers and paddle out to Sea Serpent in Oxwich Bay!
Explore the stunning Gower coastline of dramatic cliffs, famous pre-historic bone caves, shipwrecks and the tidal island of Worms Head .

This is the best trip for wildlife spotting as we visit the resident colony of grey seals basking at Worms Head. Visiting nesting seabirds such as razorbills and guillemots are best seen in large numbers during May, June and early July.

On our return journey to Oxwich, we travel further out to sea around Worms Head where we regularly see gannets, sheerwaters, porpoise and sometimes common dolphins feeding.

We end the trip by inspecting our lobster pot, discovering some of the fascinating creatures that live under the sea.

Mumbles to Worms Head, Round Trip

3hrs approx / Adult £54 / Child (15 & under) £32

This is our longest trip taking our passengers from the steps at Knab Rock. Begin the trip by visiting the nesting sea birds on Mumbles pier then leaving Swansea Bay around Mumbles lighthouse. We then hug the South Gower coast pausing to hear stories of smugglers coves and pre-historic bone caves on our journey to the tidal island of Worms Head .

This is a good trip for wildlife spotting as we visit the resident colony of grey seals basking at Worms Head. Visiting nesting seabirds such as razorbills and guillemots are best seen in large numbers during May, June and early July.

On our return journey to Mumbles, we travel further out to sea around Worms Head where we regularly see gannets, sheerwaters, porpoise and sometimes common dolphins feeding.

We end the trip by inspecting our lobster pot, discovering some of the fascinating creatures that live under the sea.

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