Visit Jersey has reported a leap in online enquiries as the island re-opens to tourists.
The tourist board’s website has seen a 40% month on month increase in traffic.
Keith Beecham, chief executive of Visit Jersey said: “After more than three months, we’re delighted to welcome visitors once again.
"As part of the British Isles, our Government has implemented a visitor process that is both safe for everyone while also optimising the traveller experience.
“Now more than ever, we believe that visitors will value our pristine beaches, uninterrupted coastal paths, unique hospitality and big spirit.”
All visitors to the island are required to complete a pre-departure registration form and will be tested on arrival.