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La Digue

Nishtha Jain
Enjoy playing with fishes and some friendly sea creatures right beside you while you take a swim at the beach or even a stroll. You will witness some beautiful coral around the islands, thanks to snorkelling gears which are easily available everywhere.
Umang Gupta
From Praslin, it's only a short 15-minute ferry ride over to La Digue. Things are even more relaxed on La Digue. It’s a very small island and everyone gets around on bicycle. The island can be covered on bike in about 2hrs. We rented a bicycle to explore. The hotel generally offers to pick you up from ferry point.Stay in La digue: Casa De Leela.It is a little home away from home. The owner, Robert, was amiable and welcoming. Our apartment had a small kitchen and a balcony. It was overall a pleasant stay in La Digue.Exploring La digue:
Bhakti Menon
Seychelles islands, located around a thousand miles off the coast of Kenya in the Indian ocean, are unique as they are the only oceanic granitic islands in the world. Most of the islands that exist today in Seychelles are approximately 70 million year old mountain tops, formed due to the sinking of Seychelles plateau. With around 40 mountainous granitic islands, including the much visited Mahe, Praslin and La Digue islands, located around a thousand miles off the coast of Kenya in the Indian ocean, are unique as they are the only oceanic granitic islands in the world. Most of the islands that exist today in Seychelles are approximately 70 million year old mountain tops, formed due to the sinking of Seychelles plateau. With around 40 mountainous granitic islands, including the much visited Mahe, Praslin and La Digue islands, Seychelles offers its visitors many opportunities to embark on various trails.
Rachita Saxena
A beautiful island nation, Seychelles is known for its beautiful landscape and sparkly clear ocean water. And it comprises of around 115 island in total. While most of these islands are uninhabited or aren't accessible easily, there are 3 islands which are frequently visited by most tourists.
Sanghamitra Bordoloi
This island is the third largest inhabited island in Seychelles. Widely known for Anse Source d'Argent (beach) and Grand Anse. Also, Veuve Nature Reserve, in the island's interior, is home to the rare black paradise flycatcher, which are very few in existence. This island's tallest peak, Belle Vue (Eagle's Nest Mountain) has a summit more than 300 m above sea level. This island is mostly visited for its wide variety of underwater creatures like fish, sharks and rays. If you are looking for an adventure, you can always opt for a hiking trip in this island.