From £16.50 per adult | £8.00 per child under 18 years
£1.00 Eco discount per adult if you arrive by bus or bicycle (must be requested at time of booking
Walk on the seabed (often called a “Moonwalk” due to the lunar like terrain). Discover the intertidal zone of the south east coast, an area that is covered by up to 40ft/12.5m of ocean twice a day. Cross gullies, sand bars and rock pools to discover Jersey's very own wilderness. Walk up to 2 miles/3.2 km offshore on the lowest tides. These unique walks have featured on BBC Countryfile, BBC Coast and in other national media
Green Tourism GOLD award. Adventuremark approved centre. Jersey Tourism Bronze Badge Guides, who are also Wild Life Safe (WiSe) trained and Jersey Heritage Trust accredited Seymour Tower guides, lead all walks.
Note: It is only safe to walk this area safely on the lowest tides with a guide.
Booking is via the Jersey Walk Adventures website
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