Visit Diana’s Peak National Park
Also sometimes called the cloud forest, Diana’s Peak is is highest place on our island. It offers stunning views across the St Helena. Primarily an area for natural wildlife, 393 invertebrate species which have been recorded on the Central Peaks, 217 of which exist only in St. Helena, representing more than half of the total number of species across the whole Island. The National Park is made up of 3 summits – Diana’s Peak, Cuckold Point and Mount Actaeon. All of which you can walk to quite easily.
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