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About La Digue

Close neighbour to Praslin and to its satellite islands, La Digue is the third largest populated island in Seychelles.  You can arrive there in 15 minutes by helicopter or in 1hr 15mins by boat from Mahe.   If you are taking boat from Praslin you can arrive in 15 minutes by boat.

Surrounded by coral reef, the island has no natural harbour, but it is served by jetty where boats from Mahe and Praslin land their visitors by the thousands every year.  There are few cars and motorized vehicles on La Digue and the main means of transport is by bicycle or ox carts.  Bicycles are therefore the best way to see the island in all its glory.

The friendly atmosphere of this island with its languid pace of life, traditional architecture and breathtaking beaches, such as the legendary Anse Source d'Argent, is an absolute must for visitors.

Places to see

  The breathtaking Grande Anse, a beach of perfect beauty.
Voted the world's best beach by CNN in June 2013
   
  The emblematic Anse Source d'Argent, an absolute must for visitors
Voted the world's 4th best beach by CNN in June 2013
   
  Veuve Reserve, perfect place to watch the birds, tranquility and verdant scenery.
   
 

 Anse Coco, a beach evocaative of the beginnings of the world.

 

 

 

 Anse Severe, famous for its snorkelling and ideal for swimming.

 

 

 

The Union Estate Park, on of the most visited sites on La Digue.

 

 

 

 Anse Marron, for those in search of a Robinson Crusoe beach, this is a 'must see'.

 

 

 

 Nid Aigle, passage to the most spectacular vies of the island.

 

 

 

 Petit Anse offers a unique beauty and tranquility to its visitors.