It’s not often that anyone gets the opportunity to experience a sport that few others have even heard of, never mind tried, but a visit to Sark offers just this opportunity with Coasteering, kayaking, archery and much more, unique and exciting adventure sports in which you can experience the exhilaration of rock scrambling, sea level traversing, base jumping and swimming in caves and gullies.

Tailor made for a stunning and wild coast like Sark’s, this fledgling outdoor pursuit is amazing fun, and is a thrilling way of exploring the island’s hidden coastal secrets once you’ve tried the more relaxed walking, cycling and sailing methods!

If combining coastal exploration along Sark’s wild and beautiful shoreline with leaping off rocks like a Hollywood stuntman appeals, then coasteering is a definite must-try during your stay on Sark. It opens up a world of cathedral-like caves and cavern systems really only by coasteerers, and reveals wonders and beauty that you simply won’t experience elsewhere.

Getting involved really couldn’t be easier –  once you’ve booked your 2.5-3 hour experience with Adventure Sark, they’ll provide all the necessary equipment and instruction, including wetsuit, buoyancy aid, helmet etc before your party climbs, scrambles, leaps and swims around the Sark’s majestic coastline.

Cliffs and waves become challenges and rocks and caves become playthings! And for those unused to a life of action and daring, don’t worry – you can experience the sport in a more sedate fashion as well, for the jumping isn’t compulsory. (Although most people do like to try it!)

Coasteering is generally a group activity that allows you to have fun with friends, family or corporate colleagues, but don’t worry if you’re visiting Sark alone or your partner doesn’t fancy trying it – Adventure Sark also offer regular day trip options open to individuals wanting to join in with others.

More Information

For more info and to make a booking, contact Adventure Sark on 07781410949 or

They are also offering Kayaking

To read a fascinating account of one person’s adventures coasteering on Sark, visit this blog post: