La Digue is accessible from Praslin, via ferry or helicopter. The island has only a handful of cars so we recommend exploring on bikes, but ox-carts are also available!

The island is the 4th largest in the Seychelles, but has a population of only 2000 people. La Digue has incredibly beautiful, isolated beaches, quaint shops and restaurants, colonial architecture and a slow, relaxed pace.

We love La Digue as a day trip from Praslin. You can enjoy some excellent snorkeling sites, visit the world-renowned Anse Source D’Argent beach and view the palm oil extraction process and a plantation house. La Digue is the only place where you can see the Black Parrot and it has prolific fish in the surrounding waters as well as a good population of green sea turtles.

For guests who want to stay on La Digue we recommend Le Domaine de l' Orangeraie and La Digue Island Lodge.

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