Group Travel

From guided tours and walking festivals to gastro and floral events and from porting fixtures to WWII Occupation and historic landmarks, here’s why The Islands of Guernsey, Herm, Alderney, Sark and Lihou are a serious contender for your group travel programme.

With no exchange rates to worry about, no passport required only photo ID, the five Islands of Guernsey are a high quality, good value destination with an abundance of attractions, restaurants and hotels that cater for small, medium or larger groups.

Our Group Travel Guide can help organise your trip and tick all your group’s requirements. Perfect for research and planning you’ll find information on getting to Guernsey, group transport and tour providers, alongside links to accommodation, attractions and incoming tour operators.

Need more inspiration for your trip?

Visitor Guides and Walking Maps can be sent to group organisers. Once you arrive, copies of literature for the group can also be arranged and delivered to you at your chosen accommodation. Or you can download the VisitGuernsey Walking App.

Our team can also offer advice to help you produce a tailored itinerary to suit specific requirements. We’re here to assist group planners with their research, please contact us for welcome packs and brochures for your groups.

Sport in Guernsey

Guernsey is home to a wealth of sporting talent, from tennis player Heather Watson to racing driver Andy Priaulx and footballer Maya Le Tissier to indoor bowls player Alison Merrien. Our Islands have a vast, year round sporting calendar, perfect for team or solo competitions. Want to find out more about bringing your players over? Contact the Guernsey Sports Commission.

Group Travel Guide

Download our Group Travel Guide for all the latest information