St. Helena in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean between Africa and South America is only home to about 4,500 people. It houses one of the most interesting history in the region… well known as the exile home of Napoleon Bonaparte, the French emperor. St Helena is part of the British Overseas Territory of St. Helena, Ascension & Tristan da Cunha. It was served only by Royal Mail Ship for decades, but opened an airport in 2017 with regular flights to Namibia and South Africa. St. Helena combines natural beauty, history and friendly people with a never-to-be experienced remoteness.
St. Helena – Brochure (PDF)
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