St Helena is one of the remotest islands on the planet, a tiny speck of land measuring ten miles by six and covering just 47 square miles in the South Atlantic Ocean. It is 1200 miles west of Africa and 1800 miles east of Brazil. For hundreds of years it was a stopping point for ships and controlled by the East India Company. It is most famous as Napoleon’s place of exile following his defeat at the Battle of Waterloo.
St Helena can now be reached with a regular Saturday flight from South Africa. An additional mid-week service operates between December and April allowing for stays of three, four or ten nights instead of the seven or fourteen at present. There are also some fantastic cruises which call in at St Helena and at some of the other remote islands in the South Atlantic.
Discover St Helena, the secret of the South Atlantic.
At Revealed Travel we have a team of professionals with considerable knowledge and expertise in putting together tailor made arrangements for travellers with a true sense of the spirit of adventure.
We would be delighted to discuss your plans and design a personal itinerary according to your own particular needs. On the ground we have a team of experienced, English-speaking guides with a wealth of detailed knowledge and we have appointed a local ground agent in each country to represent us and to look after our passengers locally.
Revealed Travel: a personal service and value for money from the experts.
St Helena Revealed is part of Revealed Travel, owned by Mercator Enterprises.
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