La Digue Island is where you find the country's most beautiful, the friendliest people and most tranquil, serene and relaxing atmosphere in Seychelles.
La Digue Island neighbouring Praslin Island and is a satellite islands of Félicité, Marianne and Sisters Islands. La Digue is the fourth largest island in Seychelles.
La Digue has forests that contain diverse flora that includes delicate orchids, tumbling vines of vanilla, as well as trees such as Indian almond and takamaka trees. Exotic tropical garden adorned with hibiscus, nepenthes and coconut palms, takamaka trees.
Time stands still and time-honoured traditions such as travelling by ox-cart and bicycle are the order of the day in La Digue Island.
Indigenous methods of boat building and refining of coconut products (copra) are still practiced.
La Digue: Highlights
- Black paradise flycatcher, one of the rarest birds on earth
- La Digue's biodiversity features such stars as the Chinese bittern, cave swiftlet, waxbill as well as two rare species of terrapin.
La Digue: Activities
- Island Hopping possibilities: Aride, Cousin, Curieuse, Félicité, Grande Soeur, Ile Cocos , Mahé, Praslin
- Explore La Digue by foot on a walking trail in Union Estate Park
- Relax and unwind in the La Digue Island Lodge Spa
- Head out on a fishing excursion
La Digue: Accommodation
- Le Domaine d'Orangeraie - Set to be La Digue's most stylish accommodation with an Eastern-influenced hotel just north of the tiny La Passe harbour. The hotel has immaculate tropical gardens has both the beautiful villas and self-catering garden rooms
- Fleur de Lys – an immaculate little self-catering complex, which has eight carefully, crafted island bungalows.
- Hotel L'Ocean found on La Digue's northern headland, Hotel L'Ocean is a trendy place
- La Digue Island Lodge –The sixty-six roomed expansive resort is spread along a beautiful sandy stretch of Anse Reunion beach, on the western coast of La Digue.