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Helena Bennett diving

Helena Bennett has been appointed as the new Director of Tourism following the departure of Christopher Pickard.  As only the second ever St Helenian to […]

Listen to the talk Digital Influencer, Gary Arndt, gave at the World Travel Market, along with a short interview.

Comparing where you live with the destination you are visiting adds enormously to the joy of travelling. The bigger the contrast between the two, the more pleasure […]

The RMS, one of only four surviving Royal Mail Ships in the world, connects St Helena with Cape Town.

People involved with providing tourism services are taking a close interest in the reconstruction of the General’s Quarters at the rear of Longwood House.

Building an airport in any location is a complicated business. Building an airport on St Helena, one of the most remote inhabited islands in the […]

If you fancy a stargazing adventure then you should consider embarking to St Helena. Located 16 degrees south of the equator, virtually every constellation in the sky is visible at one time or another during the year.

This exhilarating 1,700 nautical mile downwind race to one of the most extraordinary places on earth starts on 27th December 2014 and is the last time it will take place in its current format, making it a once in a lifetime race!

It’s the screensaver on my Apple Mac – a shot I took as we were sailing away from the island after a too short four-day visit. St Helena is hazy in the photograph, but I can still make out Lot’s Wife and Sandy Bay.

When taking the road from Jamestown to Napoleon’s Tomb and Longwood House the route immediately starts to climb up into the hills that surround the […]