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About your activities
Get ready to see your students blossom. Our outdoor adventure activities provide challenge, excitement and a huge sense of achievement. From learning to stand up on a paddle board to leaping into the sea on a coasteering session - these experiences provide massively rewarding outcomes. We provide schools with a full programme of activities for the duration of their school trip.
About your instructors
You're in safe hands. Land & Wave instructors make sure you have a safe, enjoyable time. You'll notice they are very experienced and tend to be more mature than some staff you find in bigger activity centres. We pay our instructors well and only employ lovely humans.
Things you should know
- £10 million public liability
- Accredited by AALA & LOTC
- Experienced, mature instructors
- Over 600+ tripadvisor reviews
A typical 5 day school trip includes 8 of these activities
Exciting and unique! Explore the coastline from the water. Scramble over rocks, explore caves and leap into the ocean. Kids and teachers LOVE IT
We launch from Swanage Beach into the sheltered waters of Swanage Bay. From there, you'll perfect your paddling skills, play games and explore the coastline
It's all about balance and coordination. Set off from the sandy beach and progress from lying down to standing upright through the course of the session. Plenty of games help students progress their skills
If you go down to the woods today... You'll discover how to make fire without matches, how to build dens for shelter, how to cook bread on the open fire and how to shoot arrows like Robin Hood
Clamber aboard these 17-foot whoppers for an amazing time on the water. Each of our jumbo boards can hold up to 10 people and are perfect for racing, wrestling and diving
Time to explore. Head out into the quaint town of Swanage to complete our orienteering course. Kids love the sense of independence they get from exploring the town and finding the checkpoints
Evening activities are included in your programme from 19.00 - 21.00
We present the kids with brain tingling conundrums that they must solve using wit, dexterity, imagination and power. Perfect for getting all children working together
Stretch the legs and burn off some energy before bedtime, with these crowd-pleasing games; Man Hunt, Capture the Flag and our Land & Wave all-time favourite 'Chaos Tag'
Our camping guests can enjoy an evening around the camp fire, learning silly songs, playing games and telling stories. Of course, there will be obilgatory marshmallow toasting too.
Our mini olympics are not just for the sporty kids... games include 'welly wanging', tug of war and lots of other 'alternative' activities to get they whole group involved
Swanage Beach is just a short walk away from our indoor accommodation. Sandcastle competitions, stone skimming, beach relays are always popular
Time to let loose and throw some shapes at the legendary Land & Wave disco. Our instructors LOVE being shown the latest moves from the kids and can often be seen practising when they think no-one is looking!
About the kit
It's important that you feel safe with us. Rigorous kit checks and careful maintenance are a daily occurrence. We update our boats, ropes and paddle boards regularly. We provide a well-fitting wetsuit and buoyancy aid for every watersports activity.
What to bring
For activities on dry land, wear comfortable layers and sturdy footwear such as trainers or walking boots. For water-based activities, we recommend wearing swimwear under your clothes to make getting changed nice and easy. Bring an old pair of trainers to wear in the water - Crocs are not suitable.
How to find us
We are based in Swanage, Dorset.
If you've a booked a residential, we provide transport to activities from your accommodation
For day visits, we'll send you specific location information, depending on the activity you have booked.
Travel and parking
Swanage can be reached two ways; either take the A351 from Wareham OR travel across the chain ferry at Sandbanks and head to Swanage via Studland.