Are you looking for an island that’s as original as you? Welcome to Jersey, where we love to do things differently. We have our own language. Our own currency. Our own laws. Our own legendary knitted jumpers. Our own famous potatoes. Our own celebrated dairy cows. Making us unexpectedly independent and deliciously unique. Now, isn’t that worth experiencing?
Jersey is an an island shaped by the sea where some of the most astonishing tides in the world circle the coast and feed the land. An island that's small in size, but big on personality, where country lanes open to cliff top views and the sea is never more than ten minutes away.
As we ease out of lockdown, it’s good to know there’s a getaway destination on your doorstep for a long lazy holiday or short break. Closer to home, Jersey is the perfect staycation to rebalance and we are delighted to be welcoming visitors back to our island again.
Jersey falls within the UK’s Common Travel Area, along with the rest of the Channel Islands, Ireland and the Isle of Man. You do not need to complete the UK Government Travel Declaration Form for travel to the island. More information here
The UK is split into four regions, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Each region will be categorised into three bands (Green, Amber and Red) with different testing and isolation requirements when arriving into Jersey.
From 28 May, Red, Amber and Green classifications will restart for the rest of the world.
* At the earliest opportunity from 28 May, fully vaccinated passengers arriving from a Green or Amber area in the UK will have reduced testing and isolation requirements. Fully vaccinated arriving passengers will still be required to have a Day 0 PCR test but will not need to isolate.
All visitors need to complete a pre departure registration form within the 48 hours prior to their arrival in Jersey which will include a 14 day travel history. Your 14 day travel declaration will show if you have slept in a Green, Amber or Red region and this will apply on your arrival to Jersey.