With Jersey only 9 miles by 5 we're spoilt with opportunities to get active, whether it's the golden sand of our south coast, surfing out west or the rugged north coast cliffs and everything in between, we hope you can find an activity to your taste.
JAAC's sister company, Tripadvisor's #1 of 65 'outdoor attractions' and the original adventure provider, Jersey Adventures (Est 1993) provides a wide selection of adventure activities. Their activities and those they don't provide can be found below.
This challenging activity descending from a height using a rope is held at multiple locations around the island. The most common location is St Catherine's with a practice abseil of 5 metres before tackling the higher 25m descent.
Abseiling can also take place at Noirmont point and Mont Orgeuil Castle.
Jersey Adventure's most popular activity and a must whilst in the island takes you exploring the coastline. Swim, climb and jump your way towards 'The Secret Beach'. Conquer jumps from heights up to 10 metres, explore tunnels and a venus pool on low tide trips.
Other Locations include: Coasteer Gorey (leisurely) and Gorselands (difficult).
Take an exhilarating ride along St. Aubins bay sailing a Blo-Kart. Race your friends or hone your skills harnessing the wind! Jersey Adventures fleet of 3 wheeled land-yatchs take 10 minutes to master.
During your session you will learn the ropes on a smaller course, before being given the run of the beach within our designated Blo-karting area remit.
The popular term for a wide range of wilderness survival skills. Bush craft allows participants to get back in tune with nature.
Sessions run from the Jersey Accommodation and Activity Centre.
The coastal granite rock formations in Jersey provide for some of the best rock climbing sites in the UK.
Although most are difficult to access, Jersey Adventures provide taster sessions at a couple of sites along Jersey's coastline.
The perfect activity to enjoy Jersey's pristine waters and picturesque coastline. Due to providing tours on a fleet of single sit-on-top kayaks, the minimum age is 16.
The most popular tour is the 'East Coast Expedition' leaving Archirondel Bay towards the iconic Mont Orgueil Castle.
Stand Up Paddle boarding
SUP is a fun but challenging water sport and great way to explore Jersey's coastline.
Paddle boarding tours start from Archirondel, learning the skills to control your board before moving out of the bay. Minimum age of 10.
High Speed RIB Trips
A trip out on a rigid inflatable boat is a fantastic way to see Jersey and explore the archipelago. Les Ecréhous is a a firm favourite but others include Les Minquiers and lunch in Carteret won't disappoint.
Island Rib Voyagages run daily trips on their two 12 seat RIB's throughout the summer season.
The Jersey Surfboard Club, recognised as Europe's oldest (Est 1959) has led to generations of surfers.
Six surf schools are found along the main surfing beach of St. Ouen's on our Atlantic facing west coast.