Activity trips to Jersey
We have teamed up with The Jersey Accommodation and Activity Centre (JAAC) to offer groups an actioned packed itinerary of team challenges, adventurous activities and local educational visits, perfect for an enrichment week.
JAAC is Jersey's only residential adventure and activity centre and offers some of the best value accommodation in Jersey with a wide range of benefits for its guests. The hostel-style accommodation is friendly, welcoming and flexible. The scope of available activities is nearly endless.
The accommodation setting allows easy access to the beach and outside space for team games and the popular ‘JAAC Field Sports day’ offers archery, Mont Orgueil treasure hunt, low impact paint balling and bushcrafts. Perfect for team building and challenging your group.
Local partners offer a day of SUP, kayaking, rock climbing and bush walks for some extra excitement.
- Evening trip to the beach
- JAAC Field Sports Day- selection of activities. Eg. SPLAT low velocity paintball, archery, bushwalk, Mont Orgeuil treasure hunt, challenge course.
- Evening trip to the beach
- Mont Orgueil visit then castle concert
- Afternoon visit to the War Tunnels
- Visit to St Brelade’s Bay for kayaking, boogie boards, beach volleyball.
- Evening disco at accommodation
N.B The basic 'from' prices do not include excursions, for a full package price... Request a quote
- Close to beach
- Spacious Grounds
Located near the beach, in spacious grounds, this simple hostel accommodation is very suited to groups and offers lots of on site activities.
Facilities: ? Social lounge and meeting room ? Games room ? Large playing field
Accommodation: ? Children will be in dorm rooms with shared facilities. 4-10 bedded rooms. ? Teachers will be in twin, ensuite rooms located near the dormitories.
Meals: Full board basis with continental breakfast (full English available at a supplement), packed lunch and 2 course evening meal.
Subject Specific Excursions
Mont Orgueil Castle
Mont Orgueil Castle, or Gorey Castle as it was first known, has cast its imposing shadow over the beautiful fishing port of Gorey for more than 800 years. One of the finest examples of a medieval fortress in existence, it is also a symbol of Jersey’s national identity and independent character.
St Brelade’s Bay
This beautiful Jersey beach is one of island’s most popular, loved by visitors for its golden sand and safe swimming. There is plenty to do there including family-friendly activities and watersports, beach cafes and seaside restaurants, beach walks and plenty of space to relax and enjoy the view.
The capital of the island of Jersey, St. Helier is well-known for its award-winning museums and attractions which reflect its seafaring history and the harrowing story of Jersey’s 5-year occupation by the Germans during WWII.
During World War II Jersey became occupied by German forces. The tunnels dug by slave workers from nations across Europe now contain an underground collection of thought provoking exhibits that tell the fascinating story of Jersey’s occupation from resistance, through to starvation, then eventual liberation.
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