We are specialists in organising tours to the Channel Islands for coach companies, social, sport, gardening, U3A, GTO's, walking and other special interest groups. Based in Jersey with over 40 years experience our extensive knowledge of the islands provides first hand information and an awareness of the local facilities
In co-ordinating group prices for your tours. Quotes can be tailor-made from all airports and seaports operating to Jersey and/or Guernsey and for any duration whether it be a 3/4 night break
or a week long holiday throughout the season.
We can tailor-make a two-centre holiday by combining 3/4 nights in both Jersey and Guernsey. Please contact us for further information.
Your visit with an interest in this subject matter can be tailored to take you to many local private gardens by appointments only. An itinerary will be put togther in your behalf.
Places of interest: Jersey Lavender Farm, Eric Young Orchid Foundation, Judith Querres' Garden, Samares Manor and Garden
Learn how the Islands were occupied during World War Two. You could join Islanders celebration of the Liberation and visit the places of interest which have been restored; get behind the scenes and speak to a number of people involved.
Places of interest: Occupational Tapestry Gallery, Jersey War Tunnels, Channel Islands Military Museum, Greve de Lecq Barracks, La Hougue Bie, Mont Orgeuil Castle and Elizabeth Castle.
With Jersey's own Glastonbury (without the mud!) we are now placed firmly on the map for music festivals. The Branchage International Film Festival has been recognised worldwide with Micheal Pearce being a BAFTA nominee in 2011.
Places of interest: Jersey Arts Centre, Jersey Opera House, St James and Fort Regent.
They kick off with the Spring Specials when many restaurants participate with special set-priced menus. However a Back to Basics Cookery Course with Andrew Baird of Longueville Manor (Relais & Chateau) is a treat for all inspiring chefs.
Places of interest: La Mare Vineyards, Central Market, Fish Market, Jersey Oyster Farm, Michelin-starred restaurants - Bohemia and Ocean
A high - energy escape or just enjoy being a spectator Jersey is host to most sports from football to skydiving, sailing and car rallies.
Whatever your walking style we have the answer to all your questions. Discover the coastal paths, country lanes, moonwalk and country inns.
Moonwalks to Seymour Tower. Walk on the sea-bed! Explore a lunar-like world. Cross gullies, sand bars and rock pools towards Seymour Tower. Discover Jersey's own wilderness area in the company of local guides - as seen on the BBC's Countryfile.
Unearth the unique history of this independent isle, meander along golden sweeping bays or take a deep breath of fresh sea air – Jersey’s welcome is sure to reawaken your senses. Captivating coastal landscapes, wooded valleys, rolling dunes and towering cliffs will satisfy the rambler’s passion; nature lovers can feast their senses upon some of Europe’s richest natural habitats; gourmets can indulge in exquisite local fare while the adventurous can enjoy adrenaline-fuelled activities on the sea. Whatever atmosphere you are seeking from your weekend break, relaxing retreat or family holiday, Jersey has it all. Whether you are rediscovering Jersey or experiencing it for the very first time, you will never tire of the island that is rich in culture, full in flavour and steeped in history. Take time to explore the whole island to ensure you capture the real essence of Jersey life. Shaped by the sea and warmed by the islanders, this idyllic getaway will exceed all your expectations, time after time! And it is all on your door-step! So, escape to a jewel of an isle and get more than you bargained for, as the neighbouring isles of Guernsey, Herm, Sark, Alderney and mainland France are also just a stone’s throw away. With air and sea links departing all year round, reaching Jersey and the other beautiful Channel Islands, has never been easier.