La Digue 1/undefined by Tripoto
We visited the best islands praslin and la digueBoth were picturesque and heavenly Anse cocos,source d agent Anse petit are some of the best beaches in la digue.we also had awesome local creol food which does give an Indian influence The giant tortoises is also an attraction in la diguePraslin also has two awesome beaches and a beautiful portBoth are worth paying visit
Abhinav Sharma
There are some days of your life that you live only once. Today was one such day which will stay with me for a long time. As I woke up early in the morning to take the first bus to the jetty, it was dark all around, but I felt light, happy, all geared up for yet another exciting day. As you slowly move out from Mahe to Praslin to La Digue, you also slowly move out of the clutter to a remote place. This was quite apparent when I saw a man with a radio at the jetty rather than a mobile. My plan was to land at La Digue at 7, spend the whole day there and return back by the last ferry at 5:45.I had planned this entire trip on my own and given a second chance, I would have loved to stay at La Digue for a day or two.
La Digue has a reputation for being the most chilled out island in the Seychelles, but it’s also a great spot for wildlife. Hire a bike from near the jetty at La Passe and set off to explore the island’s hidden treasures, including the Veuve Reserve: one of the best places to spot the elusive black paradise flycatcher. Great snorkelling can be had at Anse Patates, where turtles are regularly seen grazing amongst the rocks and coral. If that whets your appetite for marine life, then arrange a snorkelling trip to Curieuse Marine National Park, where the local boats operators know some great spots. Try to include a picnic lunch on Curieuse Island itself, where you can see more giant tortoises and wander through the mangroves spotting mudskippers, along with huge crabs and snails.