Saint Helena Holidays

TAILOR-MADE HOLIDAYS

The best time to travel to St Helena is December to April. There is a weekly flight on Saturdays between South Africa and St Helena all year round but between December and April  there is an additional flight most Tuesdays which now makes it possible to visit St Helena for just three or four nights.

St Helena Discovery - 7 Nights

This  itinerary combines some key pre-booked excursions and tours with plenty of free time for you to arrange your own activities locally.

We will book flights from South Africa to St Helena together with any stopovers, excursions and safaris according to preference.

Highlights: Jamestown – Island Boat Tour – Plantation House – Longwood House and Napoleon’s Tomb

Journey: 7 nights

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St Helena - 4 Nights

A short visit to St Helena will enable you to explore much of this beautiful, untouched island and makes for an exciting combination with South Africa.

Please call us to discuss arrangements in South Africa, combinations with Namibia, Botswana, Madigascar or Lesotho or to include the Victoria Falls.

Highlights: Jamestown – Longwood House – Plantation House – Diana’s Peak

Journey: 4 nights

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CRUISES WITH STOPS AT ST HELENA

South Africa to South America: Safari and Samba

Safari and Samba: Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro

Travel in style from South Africa to South America on this luxury cruise on the Regent Seven Seas Explorer. This has all the hallmarks of a highly memorable journey.

Highlights: Cape Town – Luderitz –  Walvis Bay – Jamestown (St Helena) – Rio de Janeiro

The Seven Seas Explorer is very elegant and offers all-inclusive luxury and gourmet dining. She was launched in 2016 and has a capacity for 750 passengers with a crew of 542.

Departure: 05 January 2021

Journey:  14 Nights

Early Bookings:  From £6989 per person in a deluxe veranda suite cabin.  NB. Flights are included in economy class.

South Atlantic Odyssey: Remote Islands

South Atlantic Odyssey: Ushuaia to St Helena

This is a rare opportunity to visit some of the world’s remotest islands, including South Georgia and Tristan da Cunha whilst repositioning the ship at the end of the Antarctic season in 2020.

Highlights: Ushuaia – South Georgia – Gough Island – Tristan da Cunha – St Helena

The Plancius was fully converted in 2009 as an oceanographic ship for polar expeditions.  She offers comfort but not luxury on this fantastic itinerary.

Departure: 29 March 2020

Journey:  25 Days

Costs:       From £5,581 pp (flights not included)

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