Herm is one of the smallest of the inhabited Channel Islands being just 1.5 miles long and 0.5 mile wide and lying just to the east of Guernsey. It is, however, steeped in history, and remains largely unspoilt with pristine beaches and no cars. On this summer break we will make daily crossings (of just 15-minutes) from Guernsey to enjoy the island’s natural history on leisurely walks and boat excursions (including one to the neighbouring island of Sark). We will also enjoy a bird-ringing demonstration, moth-trapping and bat walks. With no flights or road transport involved, this will make for a low-emissions holiday, and it is the perfect chance for a relaxing break away from the hectic pace of modern life.
4-star luxury hotel in Guernsey, where upgraded Gold balcony rooms have been chosen as standard. Located just 9-minutes from the harbour, and a 15-minute crossing to Herm, the hotel has very comfortable and spacious rooms, fine restaurants and swimming pool with sauna.
Breakfasts and dinners are included. Lunches are not included in the tour price and will be taken at a tea room, pub, or café on Herm and Sark, where light lunches, such as soups and sandwiches, are available, as well as more substantive plates of food.
Prices from £1,995
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