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Discover that Island Feeling in 2021

We're delighted you've found the Islands of Guernsey!

We are proud to be the first place in the British Isles declared Coronavirus free. This success has been driven by strong and decisive leadership by our Government, supported by extraordinary community spirit.

Currently travel restrictions remain in place, with those coming into the Islands of Guernsey being required, by law, to self-isolate for a period of 14 days on arrival, OR, dependent on the origin of travel, self-isolation may reduce to a period of 7 days, following receipt of a negative result from a Covid-19 test. Please note, a minimum of 7 (or 14 days) days self-isolation is likely to continue until at least October 2020. 

We ask for your continued patience and, just as soon as it is safe for us to do so, we will be delighted to greet you, with open arms, to our beautiful Island home.

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Isle of Man Air Bridge

We're now delighted to be able to welcome visitors from the Isle of Man to The Islands of Guernsey!
As an air bridge has been formed between the two islands, Guernsey's airline, Aurigny.com is offering flights in July, August and September. 
Visitors from Isle of Man can find out more about booking a trip to the Islands of Guernsey here.

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Breathe deeply and start to relax. We know you will love #ThatIslandFeeling.