Guided Walks on the Seabed in Jersey
Enter a world where the ocean disappears to the horizon and we are all visitors.
Explore rock pools, cross sand bars and gullies on a guided walk into Europe’s largest rocky intertidal zone.
Revel in a place that’s covered twice a day by some of the highest tides in the world. Here, marine life must survive the extremes of the daily rhythms of the ocean, and the distinction between land and sea is blurred.
Discover Jersey’s very own wilderness with expert local guides. Derek, Trudie and Shiela have been leading people amongst the rocks, channels and rockpools for over 15 years. All are Jersey Tour Guide Association/Visit Jersey accredited guides with a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Seymour & Icho Tower Walks
Our walks to these towers are sometimes called “moonwalks”. Though the landscape might look barren, it’s teeming with marine life and has a rich maritime history.
It is an internationally recognized Ramsar Wetlands site – a marine version of the Jersey National Park.
Bioluminescence on the beach
Join us on an evening walk in search of tiny creatures which glow in the dark like fireflies or glow worms.
£18 (under 18 years £9). Dates
Wild Vegetables of the Ocean. Seaweed Foraging
Bring the sea to your kitchen. Jersey has more than 200 species of seaweed, some of them tastier than others, all of them healthy, great to bake or to use as condiments in your cooking.
£17.50 (under 18 years £9). Dates
Walk among the oyster and mussel beds in the Royal Bay of Grouville followed by the opportunity to sample delicious fresh Jersey Oysters. £19.50 (under 18 years £9.50). Dates.
Stay in Seymour Tower
For the more adventurous we can arrange day and overnight stays in the historic Seymour Tower, completely surrounded by the ocean at high tide.
Les Écréhous Charter Boat/Walking Tours
Travel by charter boat to Les Écréhous and explore the island with a local guide. We’ll reveal the hidden secrets of this Jersey jewel.
Enjoy the exceptional nature of this miniature world that is part of the Jersey National Park. Les Ecrehous dates and information.
Sea Foraging & Oyster Trail
In the past, Jersey folk called it low water fishing. Today it’s called foraging. Whatever the name, join us on a marine wild food foray as we stroll down to the biggest oyster beds in the British Isles.
We’ll reveal what you can forage from the sea and share stories of the 19th century Oyster fishing, Jersey’s gold rush.
Finish this 2½ hour walk with the opportunity to sample fresh Jersey oysters with a glass of bubbly in Seymour Inn. £37.50. Dates
Walk dates and Online booking.
French and German commentary possible, if reserved in advance.
Individual, group and private bookings. Contact us.
Tourist Guides in Jersey
Discover places, stories and experiences you might easily miss by hiring a professional English and German-speaking tourist guide.
Join Trudie Trox, travel guide book author and professional tourist guide with over 30 years of experience on your Jersey discovery.
Half-day, day, and multi-day itineraries can be arranged as well as guided trips to the other Channel Islands. Email Trudie.
We are open and have implemented revised safe operating policies to keep you and our staff safe. If you are visiting Jersey, please allow sufficient time to get your PCR test results before your walk.
Read our Covid-19 response and links to the latest Government of Jersey regulations here.