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Jonathan

Estimated to be between 170 and 200 years old, Jonathan is St Helena’s oldest Saint, and possibly the oldest living land creature in the world! A national ...

General travel information

A bit of planning is required when travelling to St Helena Island.  Here is some general travel information about some of the key information of which you shou...
Consulate Hotel St Helena Island

Where to stay

St Helena offers a range of good accommodation options. There are 3 hotels on the island currently, along with a  number of guest houses, some bed & breakf...
St Helena Airport

St Helena Airport

At present you can not fly to St Helena, however you will be able to very soon. The St Helena Airport is expected to be opened in early 2016, around May 2016...

Tour Operators

There are many tour Operators who offer St Helena as a travel destination.  Below are some who will be pleased to make arrangements for you.   HAL...
Cruise Ship St Helena Island

Visiting by Cruise Ship

St Helena is ideally located as a midway port on cruises between Cape Town or Walvis Bay, the Falkland Islands and South America and the Caribbean.  Cruising o...

RMS St Helena

There are not many places left in this world which you can only get to by sea!  St Helena Island is one of those places.  Your adventure begins with the RMS S...
visiting St Helena by yacht

Visiting by Yacht

St Helena welcomes visiting yachts. There’s a growing interest in yachts seeking safe havens in new and unspoilt destinations. St Helena is conveniently posi...
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Governor’s Cup Yacht Race

The Governor’s Cup Yacht Race is a 1,700 mile yacht race from Simon’s Town, South Africa, to James Bay on St. Helena Island every 2 years. Conceived by ...
St Helena walking

Walking

If you like walking, St Helena Island is ideal for you. There are walks for all tastes, from those who like their walking to be beautifully scenic but not too d...