Islands in the Channel
Venture into the heart of this ancient land and discover a rewarding array of monuments, monasteries and museums nestled in historic villages and towns
Just off the Normandy coast, the Channel Islands are a group of islands in the English Channel comprising of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm. Known for stunning coastlines, miles of walking routes and award-winning beaches.
You'll get to island hop between Jersey, Guernsey, Sark and Herm. The warm Gulf of St Malo ensures subtropical plants and an incredible array of birdlife, and the occasional dolphin pod. Discover ruins older than the pyramids, ancient castles that sheltered the island from invasion and the mysterious secrets of underground world war bunkers that have shaped the island and its people.
With a Mediterranean climate, temperatures are relatively stable and you can enjoy typically warm summers and mild winters.
With over 40 years of experience in organising truly exceptional trips worldwide, our Channel Island tours are no exception. Each one of our guided tours to the Channel Islands has been crafted to ensure that you make memories to last a lifetime, no matter whether you’re visiting this stunning destination alone, with friends or with family.
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Weather & Climate
With a Mediterranean climate, you can enjoy typically warm summers and mild winters.
When to go
The weather is best May through to October in the Channel Islands.
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