Coronavirus Covid-19 Update

We are currently unable to freely welcome visitors from outside of the Bailiwick of Guernsey but we assure you that our island community will be ready and waiting to welcome you with open arms once we are all able to return to a healthy and safe state of normality.

We are however pleased that our local lockdown has lifted and we are welcoming our friends from other islands within the Bailiwick to visit us - Guernsey, Sark & Herm residents we can't wait to see you!

Correct as of 30 March 2021 

Bailiwick of Guernsey visitors to Alderney:

There are no travel restrictions for Guernsey, Sark & Herm residents who can visit Alderney. Self-isolating on return from Alderney to the residents Bailiwick home is not required. When visiting please respect the measures that may be put into place by the carrier and businesses on island to continue to protect the Bailiwick community.  

Visitors to Alderney from UK, Jersey, EU and the rest of the world:

There are still self-isolation requirements in place for those arriving into the Bailiwick through the Emergency Powers (Coronavirus) (General Provision) (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Regulations No.2, 2021

During the period of isolation, leaving your home/accommodation is not permitted for any reason at any time including exercise and grocery shopping etc.

All these measures have been put in place to protect our island community during this difficult time.  As you can appreciate, this is our main priority. Self-isolation in registered tourist accommodation must be in agreement with the provider and where the requirements for self-isolation can be met. It should be noted that a monitoring of self-isolators is taking place and not observing self-isolation requirements is an arrestable offence that could lead to a fine of up to £10,000.

Everyone arriving into the Bailiwick from Wednesday 28 October, including private vessels and aircraft, will need to register their journey on the Travel Tracker. Critical workers, business tunnel travellers and those who have had a medical or compassionate permit approved will also have to register their journey on the Travel Tracker. Find out more information about the Travel Tracker, and to create your account, please click here.

UK residents should also be aware of and take into consideration the UK Government’s advice regarding travel. 

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Page updated on 09.02.21