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Top tips for diving on St Helena from Crowley of DIVE magazine

Mark Russell aka Crowley from DIVE magazine recently visited St Helena Island and had the following diving tips to share. What first made you want to visit St Helena? I had seen some of the previous articles in DIVE Magazine but as soon as somebody said “whale sharks”, that was it! I was very curious <a class="read-more-link" href="">Read More</a>

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The St Helena Festival of Walking returns for seventh outing

There’s no better time to step out and enjoy St Helena’s diverse walks than during the annual Festival of Walking. This year marked the seventh St Helena Festival of Walking, which took place from 10 to 17 March. Mother Nature did her part in keeping the island’s landscapes beautiful and green by casting multiple showers <a class="read-more-link" href="">Read More</a>

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Making March Marine on St Helena

Whilst March is a busy time for walkers, marine enthusiasts also enjoy a jam-packed month of activities, events and educational talks on St Helena as part of Marine Awareness Month. St Helena’s marine life is one of the Island’s most important and popular tourist attractions; with clear waters, wreck dives, 10 endemic fish and yearly <a class="read-more-link" href="">Read More</a>

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The latest update on the Mantis St Helena Hotel

We speak to Graham Vass, Development Director, Mantis St Helena, for the latest news on the new Main Street hotel. How are renovations progressing and when will the hotel open? The renovations are going very well. We did have some water shortages and concrete work is quite thirsty, but it didn’t really disrupt us. It <a class="read-more-link" href="">Read More</a>

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St Helena on the Move!

Enterprise St Helena’s newsletter continues into 2017 with this issue featuring the High Knoll Fort uplighting, St Helena’s appearance at various travel shows, ESH’s excellence in Economic Development and the island’s first footprint on AirBnB. Click here to download.

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An update on the work of the St Helena National Trust

This week we share news on the latest St Helena National Trust projects. Wirebirds on the up The latest Wirebird census carried out by the St Helena National Trust (SHNT) is now complete, with 572 adult Wirebirds counted. This figure is 13 more than the previous year, which means the bird’s population is continuing to <a class="read-more-link" href="">Read More</a>

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