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Holidays in Jersey: Updates in Caravan-Motorhome Permits

Planning a trip with your caravan, motorhome, campervan, or trailer tent to Jersey? Then, we have good news for you! The Jersey government has recently announced that visitors will no longer need to apply for and display a Caravan-Motorhome permit. The changes have been brought in to make the process simpler and easier for visitors. Let’s take a closer look at what this means for caravaners and what other criteria need to be considered.

Explaining the Change in Rules for Motorhomes and Caravans in Jersey

Previously, visitors bringing their caravans, motorhomes, campervans, or trailer tents to the campsites in Jersey had to apply for a Caravan-Motorhome permit before their visit. The process was lengthy and tedious, and many visitors found it discouraging. However, the recent announcement means that visitors can now enjoy their visits to Jersey campsites without worrying about the red tape.

According to the new rule, visitors can stay for a maximum stay of 31 days without needing a permit, this step will go a long way in making things easier for holidaymakers.

If you plan to camp in Jersey for more than 31 days, you are still required to apply for a permit. The existing process will remain in place for those who want to extend their stay by camping in Jersey for more than a month. However, this process is also expected to be streamlined in the future.