The faintest flourish of green on the big blue canvas of the Atlantic Ocean comes the volcanic, tropical island of St Helena.
Uninhabited until 1502, upon being discovered by the Portuguese, St Helena is still one of the most remote islands in the world. Because of this isolation, it boasts 500 endemic species and a coastline frequented by marine life including dolphins and whale sharks.
With uniquely rich diversity of heritage and nature, the island offers many things, from visiting the Georgian town to the rugged coastline, from the rolling hills to the stark yet striking geology at Sandy Bay. Enjoy wild walking trails, welcoming locals and wonderful wildlife encounters. Travel back in time where phone reception will remain a rumour and cars will still be brilliantly behind the times.
A stunning location with an incredible eccentric charm, you are sure to fall in love with this secluded island.
Please contact your Destination Specialist for more information on +44 (0) 1993 824198
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The most common time for tourists to visit St Helena is during the summer months of November to March. Read More
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