Welcome to WildGuernsey.
We are open for guests to stay on the land from Friday 4th May 218 until 31st October 2018.
This year we’d like to offer three camping options (more detail click on wildcamping):
Firstly, the Barefoot Forager Tipi – to welcome independent travelers and those on a budget, we’ve communal sleeping up to 4 people, in our traditional tipi. Bring your own bedding, sleeping on a
mattress. Fully equipped cooking shelter.
Second is our Seashore Safari tent – with an emphasis on smaller groups or families, sleeping up to 4 people. All bedding provided, and very comfortable beds. Fully equipped cooking shelter.
Last of all (and worth waiting for) is The Woodsman Ger – our largest tent, with all the added extras. Our ger can sleep 2 for a
special occasion, or up to 6 for larger groups or families. Private fully equipped cooking shelter.
What is WildGuernsey?
WildGuernsey is run by myself (Tara) and D’Arcy, with our sons Hugo and Humphrey. We aim for a low-impact lifestyle which is simple, that works with the natural cycles of the land and sea and we’d like to share this with those who wish to join us.
Wild Guernsey is run along the Permaculture principles of earthcare, fairshares, and people care. We are stewards of the environment around us and want to learn how to adapt to living with what we have, and to live for our needs and not our greed. We are supporting the Sark Roots festival 14th-16th September 2018, and Aranya is teaching a Permaculture Design Course leading up to the festival in Sark.
Now for a bit of zone ’00’, earth education or simplicity living stuff…..We want to provide you with a comfortable, luxurious stay where the luxury is not only to sleep and eat well but regain time, to strip away distractions to enable you to get closer to your surroundings, your family and your self. Small steps made within us, when we feel at ease, can help us make changes in our lives to live more nourished and able to flourish, whilst opening up our senses to our Earth!
What we can offer
- A place to be quiet with nature, to observe and interact with it.
- A place to share skills and knowledge to equip ourselves for the changing environmental challenges.
- A place to invest time into and reap rewards from the land.