WILD COASTAL FORAGING WEEKEND
A glamping holiday for foodie adventurers who want to discover the secrets of natures welsh coastal bounty
Foodie adventurer's will get close to nature and learn how our seas, tides and moons create unique ecological environments for West Wales sea plants and creatures to thrive in.
At different tide and seasons you will be surprised at the residential & migratory species available on our rich coastline and also find out the challenges that face these special environments and species
Craig will show you some of his secret foraging sites, many which are off the beaten tourist tracks, where you will learn how to identify species and forage safely and sensitively to nature
Uncover the unique coastal seafood of West Wales historic coastline
Let the Welsh foodie foraging adventure begin!
Whats included in your glamping weekend
2-night glamping accommodation
1-day coastal foraging course with Craig Evans
A taster of your foraged seafood freshly cooked over a campfire on the beach
Weekend food package - Meals includes breakfast Saturday and Sunday, evening meal Friday and Saturday
Firewood for your stay
Extras & Special Offers
Prices start from £239*
*based on 2 people sharing a pioneer camp
Choose Your Glamping Accommodation
Everything is included in your eco boutique glamping stay and each accommodation can sleep up to 4 people in a king-size and 2 single beds.
All prices are per person, based on 2 people sharing.
If you are solo traveller or you plan to come as a group, please contact us for a quote
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Book Your Holiday
Coastal foraging is dependent on particular tides & times being available - The weekend dates below provide the correct tides to offer either a Classic Foraging course or an Extreme Low Tide course for your glamping weekend at Top of the Woods
Classic Foraging Course
Extreme Low Tide Course
Discover sea vegetables, learn about the seashore environment, then forage and learn about the wonderful sea life that West Wales is renowned for.
What to expect:
Beach and rocky shore: Rockpool safari, various shellfish, sea vegetables, crustaceans
Tidal mud flats and estuaries: Clams, cockles, oysters, sea vegetables including marsh samphire
Sand Dunes system (mostly educational): cockles, clams, specialist sand dune plants like Sea Holly (protected)
In the extreme low tide the tidal range is more extensive and more of the lower shore is exposed, leading to the potential of finding deep-water species.
What to expect
More likely to find crustaceans such as edible crabs and prawns, and if extremely lucky, potentially a lobster. If you're really lucky, you may even meet an octopus.
We may encounter soft corals, a greater variety of sponges, many more species of anemonae, and other organisms such as sea squirts.
We will encounter various species of seaweed such as kelps and potentially beautiful Blue-rayed limpets.
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