Name of Company: Contours
Proprietor: Bert Constantine
Address: Maldivia Lodge
Phone Number: +(290) 22822 or 61174
The Napoleonic Trail
Napoleon was sent by the British Government into exile on the remote Island of St Helena in 1815 after his defeat at waterloo. He died at Longwood House May 1821. Visit three historical monuments where he resided in exile. The Briars Pavilion, Longwood House and the Tomb in Sane Valley.
Guided Tour Plantation House & St Paul’s
Millennium & Scenic Forest Tour
Enjoy the scenic tour whilst en route to plant your tree in the Millennium Forest (by prior arrangement with the National Trust), spot a Wirebird, and then experience the wonder of the leisurely drive through the lush interior of St Helena. On the way stopping at various places of interest such as High Knoll Fort, Ladder Hill and Jacob’s Ladder.
Out West Tour
Absorb the beautiful and breath-taking scenery of this unspoilt western district. This is also an opportunity to visit the Arboretums and view the picturesque Speery Island.
St Paul’s District Tour
Your visit to the Island would not be complete without visiting Halley’s Observatory, Plantation House and Jonathan the famous tortoise and his family. Also stopping at Prince Andrew School, St Paul’s Cathedral and Prince’s Lodge. Finishing with an afternoon at Farm Lodge Country House Hotel situated at Rosemary Plain.
The Boer War Trial
We begin our Journey by visiting the Museum, then on to Rupert’s Valley where the remains of slaves were recently found. Across country to Deadwood Plain and the Boer Cemetery. Finishing the tour with a visit to Broad Bottom which was used as camp sites by the Boer Prisoners.
Cost of Tours: Contact owner directly
Cancellation Fee: £9.00 per person
Public Liability: No
|Return to Peter’s Island Tour||Stedson’s Scenic Tours|