This year’s Festival focuses and reflects on the German Occupation and Liberation of the Bailiwick during WW2.

Our story inspired the International best seller, “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society” and the film adaptation is due for release on 20 April 2018 – so what better time to head to our shores and find out more!

  • 17 April First Commando PB
  • 29 April First Commando PB
  • 1 May Sark Commando
  • 4 May Creux Mahie cave tour
  • 6 May Creux Mahie cave tour (back up date)


First Commando kayak tour

Follow in the footsteps of herioc Guernsey-man and member of the Royal Hampshire Regiment, Hubert Nicolle, who was tasked with learning more about the island under German control.

On 8 July 1940 he landed by canoe under the cover of darkness on a dangerous three day fact-finding mission. This led him being dubbed ‘The First Commando’

The tour is a kayak tour which starts and finishes at Petit Bot beach.

Tours cost £25 per person and begin at 1pm lasting approximately 3 hours.

Contact us now to find out more.

Sark commando raid

Full day tour coasteering to Derrible head and following the story of the British commando raid in WW II.

£80 includes ferry and lunch.

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Creux Mahie cave tour.  (replaces look out Pleinmont tour)

Starting from Torteval church.  A trip down into the atmospheric Creux Mahie cave.  The largest true cave in the Bailiwick. Tales of legend and folklore.  Steep access, unstable and uneven footing.  Option to enter the inner chamber which includes a tight squeeze.