La Digue

Strewn with granite rocks, La Digue is an island where time stands still

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          La Digue, lying forty kilometres (25 miles) from Mahé and 7 km (3.5 miles) from Praslin is the fourth largest island in the Seychelles after Silhouette. This granite island receives its visitors mainly by boat at the quaint jetty at La Passe and is a popular destination for holidaymakers wishing for a taste of the traditional.

          This is a place where time appears to stand still, where the bicycle still holds sway and where hotels are, for the most part, situated along its west coast while its east coast tends to have a wilder aspect. La Digue is also an ideal stepping-stone for the nearby island attractions of Grande and Petit Soeur, Félicité, Coco and Marianne.

          Anse la Source d'Argent is among the island's most famous beaches, celebrated for its granite boulders that seem to have been sculpted by a divine hand to adorn a beach of breathtaking beauty. The walk to the beach goes through the L’Union Estate park where visitors will have the chance to view some of the traditional local industries of times past and nature lovers will have the opportunity to seek out the rare black paradise flycatcher, once thought to be extinct but now protected in the La Digue Veuve Reserve, and the Aldabra Giant Tortoise.

          The tropical climate of the Seychelles and temperatures are between 25°C and 30°C throughout the year, making this an ideal destination for sun worshippers and beach lovers.

          The rainy season starts in October and ends in March, with January being the wettest month - during this period, higher temperatures set in. The dry and slightly cooler season extends from April to September bringing winds from the south-east. The transitional months between each season - April to late June and mid-September to mid-November offers dry, sunny weather with little wind.


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          There are direct and indirect flights to Mahe International Airport. The average flying from the Uk to the Seychelles is approximately 10 hours 30 minutes.

          You can travel from the Mahe to La Digue by boat, plane or helicopter. By Boat (from Mahé via Praslin): 1 hour from Mahé to Praslin and 20 minutes from Praslin to La Digue. By Plane (from Mahé via Praslin): 15 minutes flight from Mahé to Praslin and 20 minutes from Praslin to La Digue. By Helicopter (direct from Mahé): 20 minutes.


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