Excursions

In Guernsey, opportunities abound for the adventurous, whether you want to scale our rugged cliffs, get up close and personal with isolated forts and lighthouses or take in some spooky folklore during a guided walk.

The Partnership - Visit Guernsey - Fort Grey
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The neighbouring islands of Herm and Sark offer a fantastic day out and are another location to explore within your Channel Island holiday. The courtesy bus can drop you at the harbour where you’ll find frequent ferry times to Herm with Travel Trident www.traveltrident.com with return travel £11.50 for adults and £5.50 for children. For timetables and fare information on Sark travel, please visit www.sarkshippingcompany.com

Outdoor Guernsey have qualified instructors that operate a range of activities including kayak and coasteering explorations allowing you to take in the view of Guernsey’s coastline from a different perspective. Their excursions are great for exploring Guernsey with family and friends or using it as a team building exercise. Please enquire at reception for more details or visit www.outdoorguernsey.co.uk

For an hour or two of pure excitement on the ocean, Island Rib Voyages can take you on an exhilarating tour of the Guernsey’s coast or further afield to discover our neighbouring islands. Available as a chartered trip or join a group of likeminded explorers, IRV office is located in St Peter Port and available dates are found on their website www.islandribvoyages.com

Fermain Valley Hotel has forged a great relationship with many of the local guides on the island meaning that you can pick up some great advice on where to walk, the duration and what to expect from reception. If you would like to go on a guided walk, our reception team will be happy to discuss your needs and arrange an exclusive excursion. Alternatively, visit www.guernseyguidedtours.com to view the types of walks available.