St Helena Island

Dolphin and Whale watching

St Helena offers the chance to see dolphins in the wild and at arms length is a rarity and should not be missed. Watch them cavort and dance as nature intended!...

The Wirebird

Also known as the Saint Helena Plover (charadrius sanctaehelenae) , it is locally called the “Wirebird” due to its long, thin, wiry legs. The upperparts...
Diana's Peak

Flora

The Flora of St Helena is particularly diverse, with hundreds of endangered endemic species. Over recent years there has been great program to conserve and re...

Marine

St Helena has excellent and well preserved coral ecosystems, which are very diverse and contain many endemic and non-endemic fish species.  There are many tour...

Fauna

St Helena Island is now a breeding site for seabirds, as Ascension is, but it used to have more endemic birds, all but one, are now extinct. The wirebird (Char...

St Helena Distillery

The most remote distillery in the world, the ‘St Helena Distillery’ is one of St Helena's secrets.  The distillery uses German-made Holstein spirit distill...

St Helena Coffee

HISTORY In 1733 Green Tipped Bourbon Coffee seeds were brought from Mocha in Yemen, and were planted at various locations around the Island. The plants flouris...

Plo

A stable of St Helenian cruise, it’s so versatile because you can add almost any vegetables and use any meat or fish and yet it always taste great. The life...

Coconut Fingers

Coconut fingers are a traditional celebration cake.  It would be unthinkable to for any St Helenian celebration and there not be any coconut fingers.  Usually...

Fishcakes

If you’re looking for a taste of St Helena, then look no further! The Island’s cuisine is wonderfully varied with Malay, British, and Chinese influences. Ea...