The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has some of the most unspoilt and spectacular coastal scenery in the UK. It is an area rich in wildlife and is designated as internationally and nationally important for species and their habitats.

The following best practice guidelines have been drawn up by Pembrokeshire Outdoor Charter members who offer bush craft, wild camping and foraging activities. Advice has been contributed by conservation experts, land owners, the fire service and local authorities in order to help preserve the coastline & seek to promote and protect continued access to the outdoors for all to enjoy.

click hear for full guidelines: Bush Craft Foraging and Wild Camping Best Practice

Bush craft and foraging activities with groups are not about survival at all costs – it should not be a true survival situation after all! So the key message is to undertake activities with respect for other people, to protect the environment and wildlife, and enjoy the outdoors and stay safe.