In a historic moment for the adventure sports industry, Cardiff International White Water (CIWW) achieved a significant milestone in March 2022 by becoming the world's first rafting operator to receive accreditation from the International Rafting Federation (IRF). This groundbreaking achievement not only cements CIWW's commitment to safety and quality but also sets a new standard for the entire rafting industry worldwide.
As summer finally heats up, there's no better way to enjoy the stunning beauty of Cardiff Bay than by stand-up paddleboarding (SUPing). With its picturesque waterways and vibrant atmosphere, Cardiff Bay offers the perfect backdrop for a memorable paddleboarding experience. But together let's make sure everyone stays safe out on the water, and here's how.
Surf's up again on the Indoor Wave at Cardiff International White Water (CIWW)! Following our closure for essential maintenance, the Indoor Wave is back in action and ready to make a splash.
It's no secret kayakers flock to CIWW to hone their skills ready for the next storm, but one of the best spots on the course to learn and play is hidden away from prying eyes.
At Cardiff International White Water (CIWW), we believe in the power of community-driven initiatives to create positive change. Recently, we had the privilege of teaming up with Canoe Wales for an inspiring event - the Big Paddle Clean Up. Over the course of the two weeks over 30 passionate paddlers, including Welsh cabinet member Jen Burke, local councillor Ash Lister, and our very own CIWW centre manager John Wheadon. We all came together to take action for the betterment of our local environment, helping highlight the importance of collective efforts in preserving our precious water resources.