New tourism brochures launched
St Helena Tourism has launched a new range of handy leaflets for visitors, showcasing the Island’s main attractions and highlighting specialist areas of interest including birding and walking.
Napoleon (in French and English)
Walking & Hiking
Birding & Wildlife
Work is underway on leaflets focusing on topics including Diving & Marine Life, Fauna & Flora as well as at St Helenian culture. There are also plans for ones covering History & Heritage, Astronomy, Whale sharks and Southern Atlantic islands (St Helena, Tristan and Ascension).
Finally, the St Helena Island folding map with details of what to see and do is almost ready to go to press.
Introducing the new brochures, Chanelle Marais from St Helena Tourism said: “There is such a diverse range of things to see and do on St Helena and we wanted a way of capturing this without producing a huge tome and overwhelming visitors with too much information all at once. These attractive guides are light weight and can be tailored to an individual’s interests, making them easy to pick up and pop in a bag or drop in the post; they’re also ideal for second time visitors who want to explore further.
“There is so much that can be found online these days but we felt there was still a need to produce something that people can take away with them to find out more about the many facets of St Helena.”
The leaflets are available from the Tourist Information Centre, and have already made their UK debut at the Experience Latin America travel event.