Jersey, the largest Channel Island, has re-opened its borders to welcome staycation seekers once again; offering a holiday destination close to home.
UK holidaymakers can now explore the nine by five-mile island offering natural land and seascapes, heritage, local produce and hospitality with over 30 beaches and nearly 12 miles of coastlines.
Since the Government of Jersey announced the border re-opening, the Visit Jersey website has seen a 48% uplift in UK traffic.
Both travel partners and on-island partners expect a surge in British travellers heading to the island this summer.
Condor Ferries has already seen an 22% increase in website traffic in April from people looking to book a ferry to the island.
Accommodation on the island has also seen a spike in interest, with a 400% week on week uplift in enquiries for Seymour Hotels since the border announcement on Friday 19 March.
Amanda Burns, Chief Executive Officer of Visit Jersey, said: “As part of the British Isles, we are excited to welcome back visitors and much-loved island friends.
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