Saint Helena Port Shuttles
HLE airport transfers
One of many British territories connected to the isles of Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, St. Helena is an ideal place for quiet afternoons before sunset. The small island’s main colony is Jamestown, located along the northwest side and home to a few main highways that splinter into a scenic network of mountainside roads. Cruise ships dock in the bay near The Wharf, a popular English pub named after the same stretch of road it sits on, and arguably the most beautiful seafront view on the island. Smaller boats and water taxis can tender guests to the shore with ease, though cross-island transportation isn’t easy due to lack of public transportation. Choose from various land transfers to make seeing everything a breeze, looking forward to distant natural waterfalls and high-towering vistas with an intimate sedan or spacious chartered bus, meet-and-greet services adding to the convenience with drop offs to various exhibits, restaurants and shops.
Start the day with what’s near Jamestown, looking forward to interesting forms of architecture like The Castle, also considering vast nautical artifacts from the Museum of Saint Helena, not to mention the nearby cobblestoned walls of St. James Church. See it all from above by climbing Jacob’s Ladder afterward, enjoying cloud shadows grazed over the seas by day, or a nightly stroll lit by amber lamps by night. Further inland rest a variety of other landmarks, including the famous Longwood House and its vast English gardens paired with stately paintings, the Plantation House offering private tours alongside massive lawns often sprinkled with local tortoises. A worthy place to remember the day is the Heart Shaped Waterfall, a renowned tropical oasis known for its stone pathways and close access to the fortified walls of High Knoll. Admirable restaurants on the island include festive brunches from Tasty Bites, as well as a colorful bar setting at Anne’s Place.