Jersey Travel FAQ’s

Jersey’s borders re-opened to UK visitors on 26 April 2021, and while Jersey is ready to welcome back visitors to the island break, we’ve noticed that there are still some questions being frequently asked. We identified these through analysing search terms, from our social communities and have been shared with us by our industry partners. To help answer these questions we have curated a series of animations and a safe travel snapshot infographic which we invite you to share on your own channels. The animations and infographic are designed to help give visitors the answers to their questions and the knowledge and reassurance they need to choose Jersey as their summer escape.  

Visit Jersey Safely - Infographic

1. Can we travel to Jersey?  

Jersey is ready to welcome you.  

Our borders are open to UK visitors and you can now travel to Jersey with no UK Government Travel Declaration Forms to complete and no quarantine restrictions when you return home to the UK.

Can we travel to Jersey?  

2. Is Jersey part of the UK Common Travel Area?  

We’re closer to home than most might think!  

Jersey is part of the UK Common Travel Area (CTA). The CTA includes the four nations of the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland and the other Crown Dependencies of Guernsey and the Isle of Man. As Jersey is part of the Common Travel Area, and not counted as international under UK guidelines. 

3. What measures have been put in place to ensure we have a safe holiday?  
 

Visitors can enjoy a safe and relaxing holiday in Jersey this summer. 

We understand that visitors might need a little reassurance when it comes to travel, and we’ve been working hard to ensure they enjoy the safest holiday possible.  

From the moment visitors arrive at the airport to when they check in to their accommodation, whether they take a relaxing boat trip, explore our many heritage experiences or have a relaxing day at the beach, Jersey’s businesses are committed to ensuring they have the safest holiday possible. 

Look out for businesses displaying the Visit Safe logo.  

We’d encourage you to download these assets and share them across your channels. We hope they help to answer some of the frequently asked questions that you are being asked and share the message that Jersey has re-opened its borders to UK visitors.  
 

Get in touch with our Product Team if you would like to request the animation assets. 

Product@visitjersey.je