Jersey Tourism - Jersey Tourism shows you an overview of what else you can see and do on Jersey.
Green Tourism - Creepy Valley is committed to providing activities that minimise any environmental impact. As such, we are proud to be one of the first members of the Jersey Tourism, “Green Business” initiative, and have recently gained the Green Tourism GOLD Award. If you're looking for a Green Tourism acredited hotel on the island, head to The Radisson Blu, The Merton Hotel or The Best Western Royal Hotel. For more information on Creepy Valley's environmental efforts, please visit our Environmental Info page.
Jersey Heritage - Jersey has some spectacular heritage sites and great museums.
Eco-Active Business - A Jersey based environmental certification scheme. It provides a benchmark to measure environmental performance against. Creepy Valley is proud to have attained the Level 3 Leader Award. For more information on Creepy Valley's environmental efforts, please visit our Environmental Info page.
Leave No Trace - Creepy Valley is a Leave No Trace Educational Partner and encourages the following leave no trace principles for all visitors:
Know Before You Go - Please bring the correct equipment and clothing for your visit and make sure you read the terms and conditions of your booking.
Choose the Right Path - Help the environment by parking your vehicle in the overflow car park at Les Ormes and walking down the track. Better still, try walking, cycling or getting the bus!
Trash Your Trash - Creepy Valley is an important and sensitive site. Discarded bottles, packaging and general waste can harm wildlife and have a negative impact on the environment. PLEASE take all of your rubbish home with you.
Leave What You Find - Leave things as you find them and don't damage plants, trees, walls or structures.
Be Careful With Fire - There is NO SMOKING or NAKED FLAMES allowed in Creepy Valley. Supervised fires may only be allowed in designated fire pits as part of Creepy Valley Bushcraft activities.
Respect Wildlife - Respect our wildlife. Feeding wildlife can harm their health. Control pets at all times. We have ducks, red squirrels, green lizards, newts, slow worms, grass snakes, toads, hedgehogs, bats and a whole load more other wildlife.
Be Kind To Other Visitors - Please be considerate and patient with other visitors, we are all here to enjoy ourselves
Day out with the Kids - 'Looking for a day out with the kids - turn off the TV, lock up the games console and have a great time with the children.
Whatever the weather and whatever their age... discover loads of fantastic family friendly attractions just round the corner and all over the uk'.
Jersey Kayak Adventures - Gary Kemp together with Derek Hairon (BCU Coach Level 5) run Jersey Kayak Adventures, which is also a BCU centre. JKA offers tours around the stunning coastline of Jersey in decked boats or sit-on-top kayaks. In 2013, JKA won the Jersey Enterprise Award for Honours for Environmental credentials.
Jersey Walk Adventures - Derek Hairon runs walks out to Seymour Tower and Icho Tower, both of which are over a mile out to sea at low tide.
Scuba Diving Jersey - Dive Jersey is a PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Centre based in St Helier, Jersey. It is a family run company offering year round diver training and dive charter from our purpose built RIB. For more information, please visit their website.
Bontour - Bontour helps you with all your Travel and Accommodation needs.
Cybele Offshore - Was created to take the Cybele ethos beyond the mainland UK. Based in Jersey, Cybele Offshore works with clients to provide a unique blend of experience, skills and resources that cannot be found elsewhere. Working accross all jurisdictions, with a key clientele base in the financial sector, Cybele Offshore offers a replica service that has made its mainland counterpart into a leading training and consultancy provider.
Jersey Bike Hire - A local family run business where you can hire bikes. Their philosophy is simple - they want all clients to enjoy cycling around our beautiful Island, using bikes that they are proud to hire - top quality, well maintained and serviced. They even go the extra mile - free delivery and collection and a comprehensive free discovery pack with every hire.
Responsible Travel - A website that lists carefully chosen destinations for those who want a richer, more authentic travel experience with benefits to communities and conservation. Creepy Valley is proud to be a chosen Channel Islands activity.
Condorbreaks - Condorbreaks offer holidays to Jersey, many with free and special offers. Sea travel included onboard Condor Ferries.
Fly Jersey - Flyjersey offer package holidays with flights to Jersey in the Channel Islands. Choose from a wide range of hotels with many free offers and specialist breaks.
Jersey and Guernsey - Holidays and short breaks to Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney and Sark in the Channel Islands. Choose from hotels, self-catering, B&B and camping accommodation with air and sea travel options.
Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Jersey - With an enviable location in St. Helier parish, this Jersey hotel encompasses 195 rooms and suites along with superior on-site dining and versatile meeting facilities. Guests can readily reach top attractions like the Jersey Museum and Elizabeth Castle, and after a full day of sightseeing, retreat to waterfront rooms with exquisite views. In addition, the hotel boasts an in-house salon and modern fitness centre, providing everything you need for an enjoyable stay. The Radisson Blu in Jersey is also a Green Tourism Gold Awardee, making them our recommended hotel of choice.
Seymour Hotels of Jersey - Pomme d’Or Hotel 4* Overlooking St Helier Harbour. Stylish rooms and popular restaurants. Merton Hotel 3* Close to central St Helier - the widest range of facilities in Jersey, to suit all ages. Greenhills Country Hotel 4* Rural charm and an excellent restaurant - relaxation at its best.
Mark Fox Photography - Document your day at Creepy Valley by hiring a professional photographer. The Creepy Valley Adventure Centre has teamed up with photographer, Mark Fox to offer you an experience to remember. With firm roots in nature photography & years of shooting weddings. Mark has a wealth of experience when it comes to capturing the moment at the right time.
HomeAway - HomeAway offer a wide selection of holiday homes and cottages in Jersey for rent direct from the owners and property managers.
Triporia - A map based hotel search engine that enables travellers to compare hotels by Street View - http://www.triporia.com
Robbie Dark Outdoor Photography Service - Too often we hear the phrase "If only someone had brought a camera". Worry less about getting the photos and enjoy the present as Robbie captures the exciting moments of your outdoor excursions. You'll receive all the best photos immediately after your activity on a USB wristband, ready to share with family and friends. Rates start from £50 for 1-2hr shoots, £100 for 2-4hr shoots, and £150 for 4-5hr shoots. For more information contact Robbie on 07700 340443 or email@example.com. To see examples of his work visit his Facebook page here http://goo.gl/n4UHdZ. (Service available between June and September)
Camping - David and Lesley run the Blue Soleil campsite and restaurant on the way to Plemont. A fabulous campsite and great food - we highly recommend the fish and chips. For more information, please visit: www.bluesoleilcamping.com.
Food - Jersey is famous for its food and not just the spud! For one of the best views in Jersey, and a great bacon roll, try the Plemont Cafe at Plemont beach. For the best pizzas in Jersey, try the North Point Bistro at the Plemont crossroads. Big Verns in St Ouen's bay is a Jersey institution for breakfast. For good cakes, try Colleen's at Greve de Lecq. Our favourite all round eating experience is Danny's at the Harbour View at St Aubins, please visit: www.harbourviewjersey.com.
Pubs - For real ale the Moulin de Lecq down at Greve de Lecq, the Smugglers at Ouaisne or the Lamplighter pub on Mulcaster Street in St Helier are all a must.
Beaches - Jersey has so many great beaches, but there a few hidden gems that can be almost empty even on a summer's day. Beauport and Portlet on the South West coast are very secluded. Plemont has great caves to explore, but the beach is only accessible from mid to low tide. Green Island on the South East coast is great when the tide is out as it has lots of gullies to explore. When the wind is from the South or West head to Rozel, which also has the famous Hungry Man cafe. Aim to get there early as the queues build at lunchtime and there is limited parking.