St Helena, is approximately 150 km north of Cape Town and is surrounded by other towns such as Vredenburg and Paternoster. The town is named after Saint Helena, the influential mother of Roman Emperor, Constantine the Great. The town
St Helena, named after Saint Helena, the influential mother of Roman Emperor, Constantine the Great. The town is approximately 150 km north of Cape Town and is surrounded by other towns such as Vredenburg and Paternoster.
It is a popular spot frequently visited by travellers from all over the world, especially during the spring wild flower season. It is a great destination to visit for both relaxation and recreation. The town is set with a backdrop of beautiful views of the bay and the Piketberg Mountains.
St Helena bay is one of the most popular spots for whale watching between August and November. During whale watching season, travellers can expect to witness the Southern Right Whales as well as the Humpback whale.
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