Travel & Tourism

From 8 August 2022, St Helena lifted its COVID-19 entry regulations. This means no quarantine, no testing and no mask-wearing requirements. While St Helena Government is strongly encouraging visitors to be fully vaccinated, all arrivals are welcome regardless of vaccination status. Mask-wearing on the Island may still be required by individual businesses or within certain ‘COVID-free zones’ such as the General Hospital and the Island’s care homes. In certain cases, if symptomatic and/or needing medical attention, testing and isolation may be requested. Please do consider the members of this small community when travelling around the Island.

St Helena’s air service with Airlink currently provides fortnightly flights between Johannesburg and St Helena and a monthly inter-Island service with Ascension Island.  Flight frequency between Johannesburg and St Helena will be increased to weekly with effect from 8 October 2022.

Click here for the schedule of Airlink flights between November 2022 and October 2023.

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