Do you fancy paddling around an ENTIRE island? Sounds like quite the marathon but it helps to note that Herm is a fairly small island next to its neighbours. This was possibly my favourite activity that we did.
If you’re looking for a camping adventure in Jersey, there are several options for you to consider, including family-friendly campsites where you can pitch your own tent or slightly more homely glamping pods.
A caravan or motorhome can be a great way to get out and explore the Isle of Man, especially the more remote areas. The year-round ferry service sails from Heysham, Liverpool or Belfast, arriving in Douglas.
There are a range of campsites to be found on the Isle of Man, many located in beautiful settings close to walks and footpaths. Some are also in the vicinity of the Isle of Man’s 26 official dark sky sites.
As I have found to my delight, caravanning or motorhoming can be a great way to see Jersey and although the choice of caravan sites may be small, each one offers something very unique.
Most caravans and motorhomes are welcome on the island of Guernsey, however there are restrictions on length and they must be booked into one of the registered campsites for overnight accommodation, with an associated permit.
If you’re interested in visiting a variety of museums in Jersey, then you could consider becoming a member of Jersey Heritage, which will get you free access to their visitor sites and save you money in the long-run.
There are more dedicated museums in Guernsey than on any of the other Channel Islands and you can find them dotted right around the island. They’re a great way to learn more about the island.
The Guernsey and Jersey islands hiking trails offer stunning views from high up on cliffs or below on beaches. I want to share some hikes that have made me feel connected with this place so far.