Isn't it about time you took a trip to Jersey? With its unspoilt coastline and miles of beaches, astonishing historical gems and glittering harbours, Jersey is there to be discovered. And if you fancy something a little less relaxing this summer, why not spend the day at Jersey's newest attraction, Tamba Park!
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
Get close to over 132 species of protected animals, from the endangered ploughshare tortoise to the energetic Lemurs and Sumatran orangutans. Durrell also runs various events for all the family such as teddy bears picnic, Lego workshops and the conservation science school.
Having endured over 400 years of repeated bombardment from many varied invaders, this impressive structure (named after Queen Elizabeth I) is a great place to lose yourself in history for a day. Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin’s Bay, you can take the amphibious Castle Ferry and walk out along the causeway at low tide. Find out more here
There’s no better way to get on a natural high than with a Jersey Coasteering session. A mix of wild, coastal terrains, from rugged rocks, caves and gullies to soft shimmering sands ensures that Jersey is perfect for epic shoreline discovery. From rock climbing to scrambling, swimming to supervised cliff jumping, there is something for everyone to experience and enjoy.
The Dolmens of Jersey are Neolithic sites and you can access most sites free of charge. They are a great place for a picnic whilst you watch the sun set over the west coast of the Island. Wild sheep graze in the surroundings and there are plenty of great trees to climb for the kids!
Jersey’s newest attraction, Tamba Park has something for everyone to enjoy, attractions include the Dino Trail Boating Lake, Adventure Playground, Birds of Prey Centre and many more. You will find regular and special events that will keep both adults and children entertained such as party games, arts and crafts classes and Dino walks!