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Located on the North West of the Island, sandwiched between steep cliffs, Jamestown is the historic capital of the British Overseas Territory of St. Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha.

Jamestown was founded by settlers from the East India Company in 1659 and many of the buildings still date from the 1700's, giving Jamestown a distintly Georgian flavour.

Jamestown played host to Napoleon during his exile on St. Helena and also served as a Royal Naval base.

 

Discover St. Helena

South Atlantic Secret

Be amongst the very few to have visited one of the world's most remote islands. 7 night guided tour with a 3 night stop in Cape Town included.

Unique St Helena Journey
Cape Town & St. Helena
10 Nights from
£2795pp
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St. Helena & Western Cape

Combine a Cape Town and Cape Winelands stay with a week long discovery of St. Helena on a unique three-centre holiday.

7 night St Helena Tour
7 nights Western Cape
14 Nights from
£3295pp
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Highlights of St. Helena

Whale sharks (it is not uncommon to see 20 whale sharks in an outing during the season, which is January, February and March)

• Dolphin spotting, including Pantropical dolphins, Bottle-nosed Dolphins and Rough-Toothed Dolphins. The Pantropical Dolphins are seen 95% of the year, often in schools of 100-400 dolphins, swimming close to the boat

• Jamestown - charming buildings and quaint island-life, as well as an excellent Museum that charts 500 years of the island's history

• Jacob's Ladder, a taxing 699 steps above Jamestown, which affords incredible views over the town

 

• The grouping of Plantation House, home to the Governor and Jonathan the Tortoise, the world's oldest animal at 180 years old, St James' Church and the Boer Cemetery, set in wood-shaded avenues and rolling hills

• Meeting St Helenians, known as Saints, who are expressive, entertaining and have an opinion on all of island life, including each other! A home dinner with a family is a perfect way to get to know them better

• Napoleon's House, where he died in exile and which is beautifully maintained. Some prior reading of Napoleon is useful to put the importance of the house in perspective.

• Sandy Bay - far from Sandy, but dramatic volcanic rock scenery