Guernsey for adrenalin junkies

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La Jaonnet Bay in Guernsey

La Jaonnet Bay in Guernsey

You might have an opinion that Guernsey is genteel and that it is an island that attracts mature holidaymakers. And that is what some people would like you to believe.

The truth is not so straightforward for Guernsey is attracting more and more people who prefer a more vigorous break. Adventure holidays are drawing more and more people. One attraction, obviously being an island, is that you can kayak, sail or motor-boat around it leaving time to enjoy the fresh seafood meals that the island offers. Some prefer to walk the coastline, challenging although this is in some places. Surfing is a widespread draw as is snorkelling but now another possibility is available.

 Outdoor Guernsey, one of the leading on island activity companies is launching jet ski safaris. The safaris will launch in June and will be available daily with departures from St Sampson’s on the north east of the island. Working closely with WiSe Scheme to ensure minimal impact to Guernsey’s important marine wildlife the tours will offer a unique, heart pounding way of seeing the stunning coastline of Guernsey from the sea. The tours will last two hours and will cost from £70 per person. Tours can be booked individually or in groups of up to six people; ideal for adventurous stag and hen parties and families looking for adrenalin filled activities.

Given that Guernsey has so many direct flights from airports – eleven in all – plus ferry crossings from three ports on the English south coast, Guernsey has to be one of the most attractive destinations for British and Irish visitors.

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