One of the world’s last undiscovered locations, the island of St Helena lies 2,000 kilometres from the nearest landmass in the South Atlantic Ocean. Now accessible by air, those with an adventurous spirit can experience pristine dive sites, wrecks and seasonal aggregations of whale sharks.
Each year between December and March, whale sharks gather around St Helena, presumably to find a mating partner, as it is the only known gathering in the world where adult male and female sharks gather in equal numbers.
Underwater filmmaker and marine conservationist Danny Copeland will be speaking alongside Anthony Thomas, owner of Sub-Tropic Adventures dive centre in St Helena, to talk about the whale sharks and the many other unique and interesting facets of scuba diving around the island.
Interested adventurers are invited to join Danny and Anthony on Zoom as they share details of Dive Worldwide’s Dive & Discover St Helena trips to the island.
Date: Wednesday 9 February
Timings: 7:00 – 8:00 pm (UK time)