Some of the island tours available;
A Full Day Island Tour with plenty of stops for you to take in the stunning scenery, many attractions and historic landmarks on the island including Corbiere Lighthouse, St Brelade Bay, Greve de Lecq, Mont Orgueil Castle and much more!
Jersey War Tunnels – bringing to life the German occupation of Jersey and how life was on the island at that time
Durrell Wildlife Park – where you will learn about the history of Durrell and its conservation work before meeting some of the rarest animals within a beautiful 32 acre landscape of gardens
Hamptonne Country Life Museum and Samares Manor – two of the islands famous ancestral homes
The Jersey Motor & Steam Museum – where you can take a step back in time and enjoy the steam locomotives and variety of organs and memorabilia from bygone days
Jersey Bus & Boat Tours – All our tours offer an informative and entertaining commentary, we have a range of Vintage buses and luxury coaches. Please navigate through our website and book some of our tours to the best attractions in Jersey. We are here to make your stay on our beautiful Island a memorable one!Take an excursion whilst you are here to nearby islands and the Normandy coast by fast RIB and explore such places as;
Les Ecrehous – Explore the small islands North East of Jersey and the opportunity to see the resident bottled-nosed dolphins and the grey seals basking on the rocks
Les Minquiers – The most southerly point of the British Isles and home to an abundance of birds and wildlife that use the reef as a stop off, bottled-nosed dolphins are also seen to feed and play here
Sark – A tiny and stunningly beautiful island which is peaceful and tranquil, enveloped with lush greenery and an abundance of wild flowers where there are no cars to pollute the atmosphere
Herm – An unspoiled paradise where you can “get away from it all” and enjoy the safety and cleanliness of an island where there are no cars
Portbail – Sample a traditional French farmers market in this Normandy town where you can buy fresh vegetables, cheeses, and other local produce
Carteret – A family seaside resort in Normandy with a beautiful sandy beach and lively fishing and sailing port, due to the timing of the return trip, there may be some beautiful sunsets to be seen
Chausey – Enjoy the sheltered sandy bays off the coast of Normandy which are ideal for swimming or rock pooling. You will need some Euros and a passport for this excursion
Jersey War Tours – To help crowdfund our research and ongoing maintenance of WW2 sites in Jersey, we offer you the chance to come with us and explore bunkers, tunnels and towers. We also aim to keep the allied forces and local stories alive and passed on to a new generation. If you’re interested in supporting us and exploring the WW2 history of Jersey, we can offer you some fantastic experiences.Bushcraft Tours
Join Kazz on a 3 hour journey in some of the wilder parts of the island discovering wild edible and medicinal plants, natural navigating skills, making cordage using plants and trees, and finally the great achievement of making fire by friction or other more modern methods. Explore further with Kazz with Seafood foraging and cooking methods, building a greater understanding of wild edible and medicinal plants, natural navigating skills, making cordage using plants and trees, foraging and tracking, fire making using a variety of methods, and group shelter building from all natural materials with options of sleeping in.If you love watching Ray Mears or Bear Grylls on TV then why not come along and join one of our wild walks. Bush walks and camps are fantastic activities for becoming ‘at one with nature’. We will identify edible and medicinal plants, foodstuffs, as well as demonstrate and teach survival skills. These courses can be a 2-3 hour bush walk or an overnight camp taking in more survival techniques including the building of your own shelterJersey Heritage Audio Tours
Download Jersey Heritage`s free audio tours and take a virtual tour of the Island
Download the tour. Originally known as the New Castle, it was named by Sir Walter Raleigh (who was the Governor of Jersey from 1600 to 1603) in honour of Queen Elizabeth I.
Mont Orgueil Castle
Download the tour. Construction of the castle began in the early 13th century, when King John lost control of Normandy and the Channel Islands suddenly found themselves on the edge of a war zone
The Spiritual Landscape
The Military Landscape
The Maritime Landscape
Download the tour. Our coastline is dotted with harbours and havens and, as we explore this maritime landscape, you will learn about the Island’s once thriving shipbuilding industry. Download the map.