St Helena is steeped in history, from its discovery to the present day, and it is impossible to include all historic points of interest in a single tour. A typical day tour, includes visits to the to the Grounds of Plantation House and meeting Johnathon that Tortoise. St Pauls Cathedral and the Boer Cemetery. Stopover at Halley’s Mount, the Millennium Forest and Princes Lodge. Be shown the pastures once occupied by Boer Prisoners of War on Deadwood Plain and conclude with stunning views from High Knoll Fort.
Immerse your self in the Islands natural habitat. There are excursions through some of the Islands National Parks. Explore the eastern and western regions where endemics and birds are in abundance and visit some of the most beautiful places you will see on St Helena. we can also include a wire bird Tour where you can spend a morning with the endemic Wire bird. Learn about this critically endangered species whilst given the opportunity to photograph it in its natural habitat.
Discover Scuba – This is a wonderful experience and provides the first time Scuba Diver an opportunity to dive in one of the world’s most incredible dive locations. You will receive instructions from certified PADI qualified Instructor, within a relaxed environment. Receive training in type and usage of equipment and then proceed to the shallow waters for an underwater lesson, where they undergo training in skills and techniques. Following this, students are brought on a shallow dive at a reef located directly offshore, which will make you want to revisit time and time again!
Swim with the Sharks – If you are visiting between December and April, then you must take the opportunity to swim with one of the world’s biggest fish. Whale sharks swim in large groups, these gentle giants arrive at our shores each year to provide the most exhilarating experience. St Helena is well known to be the home of adult male and female whale sharks in large numbers. Whale shark tours are one of the highlights for tourist visiting St Helena around Christmas and the new year. These amazing whale sharks grow up to 12m long. In January 2017 a group of 17 whale sharks were seen off the north coast of the Island.