Stress free and have that personal touch to your holiday then look no further as we will take care of everything for you from the minute you arrive, to the minute of your departure. Reliable ground-handling and destination management services are essential.
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, can include a visit to the grounds of Plantation House to meet Jonathan the Tortoise. A tour of Plantation House, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Boer Cemetery. Princes Lodge, the Castell collection and then take in the stunning views of the Island from High Knoll.
Follow the Emperors life on St Helena Island.
Napoleon arrived on St Helena on 15th October 1815. He died on the Island in 1821 . Join us and we will retrace his footsteps from Jamestown to the Museum at the Briars. We will visit his home at Longwood, now a museum, and the site of his Tomb, a favourite walking place for him. A fantastic day will conclude with a visit to the most remote distillery in the world where the owners are busy preparing a special Brandy to commemorate Napoleon’s death in 1821
What we offer satisfies both beginners and experienced hikers, with plenty of guidance, and tips on the best walks, best hikes and everything in between. During our walks, you will find superb scenery, endemic plants, historic sites where wartime canons remain abandoned, there are spectacular views and there are numerous points of interest, whether its coastal, or in the valleys on the hills.
We will take you on inspirational hikes, some easily traversed and some not for the faint hearted or if you prefer, shorter morning or afternoon strolls…. Whichever you choose, we can offer you everything from gentle ambles to challenging hikes, with natural beauty at every turn.
Come and see for yourself:
—Lots Wife Ponds.
—Fairyland and Cason’s Forest.
—And many more.