The St Helena National Trust offer a walking tour of the Diana’s Peak National Park for those interested in the peaks endemic flora and invertebrates. This is a four hour tour for up to six people to the high central ridge, led by invertebrate conservation officers of the Trust.
The aims of the tour are to introduce some of the endemic plants and animals found on the island, and highlight some of the issues facing these highly endangered species.
From the top of Diana’s Peak (2700ft, 823m), and her neighbours Mount Actaeon and Cockold’s Point, you will experience breath-taking views across St Helena.
Tours are £20 per person for less than 3 people, £15 per person if more than 3 people.
For more information on the St Helena National Trust, visit their website here.