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DAY TRIPS TO
SARK DAY TRIP
2020 Timetable yet to be confirmed.
50 minute sailing from Guernsey to Sark Island
£TBC Child (Under 14)
Price includes coach transfers to and from the Harbour,
Return day ferry ticket at the times stated above and return hill transportation in Sark.
Optional Extras for Sark Include:
Horse Carriage for 2hr: £TBC
Seigneurie Gardens: £TBC Adult & Child £TBC
Please book 48 hours prior to the date to allow time to check availability. Bookings are subject to availability with Sark Shipping.
Submitting an enquiry does require credit card information, your card will not be charged unless a booking can be made on the date selected which will be followed with a confirmation email. Credit card information will not be retained. If a booking cannot be made, we will let you know within an email.
Visiting Sark Island is like stepping back in time, with horse drawn carriage rides, beautiful scenery and historical sites. Cars are banned from the island, creating a slow-paced atmosphere where people can explore Sarks treasures. With walking and cycling the main form of transportation the calming leisurely pace is one the unique characteristics of the island.
What to do in Sark?
In Sark no matter what your interests there is always something to do, if you love getting out and about walking you can find spectacular views, whether it’s a gentle stroll or hike along the cliffs. You can find views over Guernsey through the ‘Window in the rock’, walk along the headland to Gouliot Caves, take a trip to Little Sark and La Coupee. You can take part in guided walks specific to your interests, Garden tours, Historical or Foraging. You can take a trip on the horse and carriage rides for one or two hours, with your guide talking you through the highlights of Sark. You can visit the small village exploring shops with locally made gifts. Seigneurie Gardens is also a popular attraction with its award-winning gardens. Sark Henge, Pitcher Monument and the Sark Museum are brilliant places to visit if your somebody that loves history.