’Isolation’ is the word most synonymous with this remote and rugged British outpost marooned in the middle of the South Atlantic. Such is its remoteness, almost equidistant between Brazil and Angola, St Helena was chosen as the place of exile for its most famous resident - Napoleon Bonaparte. Taking advantage of a newly-built airport, this trip explores the far-flung wilds of the UK’s second-oldest overseas territory. Well-placed for the former East India Company shipping routes, the island has a rich history, rugged windswept coastlines and a forested interior home to endemic flora and fauna. Small towns dot the island and the welcome received from the 4,000 ’saints’ that live here is legendary.
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