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A stepping stone between South America & Africa

This week we have a conundrum for Wirebird fans…what small landmass is nearly equidistant between Africa and Latin America? It’s St Helena of course, located 1,200 miles from the South-West coast of Africa and 1,800 miles from the coast of South America! We’re thrilled to announce that our little island has been busy making BIG <a class="read-more-link" href="">Read More</a>

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Whale shark season is here

During the summer months of January to March, St Helena offers a rare one in 16 chance to swim with the largest fish in the sea, whale sharks. Migrating close to the island’s shallow waters, St Helena offers its locals and tourists a chance to dive into the ocean with these amazing creatures, and swim <a class="read-more-link" href="">Read More</a>

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Win a Bradt Guide to St Helena

Could this be your year to visit St Helena? Why not enter our competition to win one of five copies of the new, indispensable Bradt Guide by Tricia Hayne! Recognised as one of the world’s most renowned travel publishers, the Bradt Travel Guides’ fully revised third edition St Helena guide remains the only comprehensive guidebook <a class="read-more-link" href="">Read More</a>

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Top Media Accolades for St Helena

This is a big year for our small island, and St Helena has been basking in numerous accolades and attention from the world’s media. These are just a few of the most recent to help inspire you! The New York Times: 52 Places to go to in 2016   The Independent (UK): 2016 Top Destinations <a class="read-more-link" href="">Read More</a>

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