About St Helena
St Helena is an amazing unique 47 square mile Island which is now becoming a popular hit for lots of visitors right now as the Island is no longer a remote South Atlantic Island but desired go to destination.
For many years St Helena was almost unheard of accept for the subject of Napoleon Bonaparte and the odd of the bidden track journalist who would produce a newspaper article from the odd visit to the Island.
St Helena is a British overseas dependency and will soon be the focus for many as it has recently open its skies to civilian aircraft that will land at the the new airport.
St Helena is a very desirable place to live and work, St Helena is a safe and secure community. The highest point on St Helena is Diana’s Peak, the peak reaches 815m, there are no white sandy beaches, but one can enjoy peace and tranquillity in the Islands laid back lifestyle.