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Connoisseur’s guide to St Helena’s spirits

St Helena is one of the world’s best kept secrets and the ‘St Helena Distillery’ even more so. It really is the most remote distillery in the world! The distillery uses German-made Holstein spirit distilling equipment imported and installed in 2006 and is run by Head Distiller Paul Hickling. Paul, originally from Wales is married <a class="read-more-link" href="http://sthelenatourism.com/connoisseurs-guide-to-st-helenas-spirits/">Read More</a>

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St Helena launches Keen(e) to Clean

St Helena has pledged to clear up 1 ton of rubbish on the island by the end of September 2014. This is the equivalent to 66,667 cans of Coke! This year long campaign which kicked off on the 4th of October has already seen the island’s community chip in, with more than 40 Saints cleaning <a class="read-more-link" href="http://sthelenatourism.com/st-helena-launches-keene-to-clean/">Read More</a>

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Getting to St Helena on the RMS St Helena

At this stage of the game there is only one sure way to get to the island of St Helena in the South Atlantic and that is via the RMS St Helena – the only exception is if you come via private yacht! The five days it takes from Cape Town on this, the only <a class="read-more-link" href="http://sthelenatourism.com/getting-to-st-helena-on-the-rms-st-helena/">Read More</a>

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St Helena’s birds reveal the island’s history

Did you know you can almost map the entire history of St Helena through its birds? In fact, the only exception to the rule is the island’s endemic Wirebird (also known as the small long-legged plover). Not only the inspiration behind this blog but even making its way onto St Helena’s coat of arms. Let’s <a class="read-more-link" href="http://sthelenatourism.com/st-helenas-birds-reveal-the-islands-history/">Read More</a>

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The 7 Wonders of St Helena

We might be small but our island features a number of natural attractions, holds the weight of an impressive history and boasts breathtaking scenery. Together these elements form the 7 wonders of St Helena, 7 reasons for why you should come to visit one day! Conquer Jacob’s Ladder  Are you ready to walk up the <a class="read-more-link" href="http://sthelenatourism.com/the-7-wonders-of-st-helena/">Read More</a>

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St Helena hits the UK airwaves

An impressive 5 million people tuned in to hear Julian Morris, Chief Executive for Economic Development from St Helena’s Government, paint a picture for why our island should be on every traveller’s bucket list. Last month he spread the word of St Helena across 11 radio stations in the UK to explain why St Helena <a class="read-more-link" href="http://sthelenatourism.com/st-helena-hits-the-uk-airwaves/">Read More</a>

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Wanderlust: Last Chance to See

“St Helena represents everything I love about travel in a world where everything is increasingly fixated around electronic gadgets and convenience. Five days to get there; old-fashioned yet real experiences of community and friendship; unspoilt nature and peace; and a history kept relevant by its gritty inhabitants. It’s an island for people who really want <a class="read-more-link" href="http://sthelenatourism.com/wanderlust-last-chance-to-see/">Read More</a>

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