Jersey is the perfect place to restore your balance closer to home. For short breaks and long lazy summer holidays, reconnect with loved ones from the sunniest spot in the British Isles as you explore this special island.
The Visit Safe Charter ensures there’s no need to be concerned about visiting – strict safety measures are in place across the island, with mandatory Covid-19 testing on arrival.
Embrace your own beach, head off the beaten track, and reconnect with landscapes that are just waiting to be explored. For those seeking relaxation, enjoy uncrowded outdoor and wellness activities. Or for the more adventurous, there’s everything from coasteering into a protected cove or taking a leisurely cycle, exploring caves in a kayak or practising yoga in an 800-year-old castle.
You’ll be surrounded by great food in Jersey, where fresh seafood is caught daily and Jersey Royals are never far from your fork.
Your customers can come and find their balance here – it’s why we’re known as the little island with a big spirit.
Can British travellers visit Jersey?
As of November 2, arrivals who are either fully vaccinated with two doses plus two weeks, who can demonstrate they have recovered from Covid-19 in the past 90 days, or who have submitted a pre-departure PCR test, no longer need to take a PCR test when they arrive into Jersey. This applies to everyone aged 11 and over.
Fully vaccinated visitors can check self-certification status here to ensure they have the correct documents upon arrival.
However, if these criteria are not met, visitors must take a PCR test on arrival and isolate until a negative result is received.
Travellers aged 11 and over must also fill out a travel form, which should be done in advance. Those aged 10 and under don’t need to fill out a form, partake in any testing or isolate.
Jersey is part of the UK’s Common Travel Area, so there is no need to fill out a pre-departure form before returning back to the UK.
Visitors who are contact traced during their stay in Jersey are not required to isolate providing they are participating in the testing programme. The Covid Safe team will contact visitors to arrange a PCR test.
How can British travellers reach Jersey?
Visitors can travel to Jersey from the UK by ferry or aircraft, or by ferry from France. Click here for the latest travel information. Please note routes are constantly under review.
Jersey benefits from good connectivity to the UK, and information about Jersey’s ports can be found here.
- British Airways (and CityFlyer)
- Blue Islands
- Condor Ferries (Poole/Portsmouth to Jersey)
To see the safety precautions in place at Jersey Airport and Jersey Harbour, please watch this video.
Visit Jersey webinar
To watch Travel Weekly’s webinar with Visit Jersey, click here.
PICTURES: Andy Le Gresley Photography, Max Burnett
Last updated November 15, 2021