La Digue is a 10.08 square kilometer (3.89 square mile) island, located 1,000 miles off of the east coast of Africa, just northeast of Madagascar, in the islands of Seychelles. There is no airport on the island. Instead, enjoy the vibrant blues of the Indian Ocean as you make your way via ferry from Praslin to La Digue. There is much to explore in La Digue, from beautiful hikes through the dense palm forests, to hidden beaches, massive granite rock formations, delicious creole cuisine, and absorbing the Seychellois culture. No where else in this world compares to the unique beauty of Seychelles.
Le Domaine de L'Orangeraie When I first arrived at this beautiful five star resort, I was absolutely blown away. The grounds were so lush and clean, the people were so friendly, the architecture of the resort was stunning, everything was just flawless. Garden Villa 104 "Villa Anse Coco" was definitely one of the most remarkable villas I have ever had the pleasure of staying. The décor was so modern, with a tropical flare, and it had a delightful lemon scent. The pool area and restaurants had the most delicious food, with astonishing views of Praslin! Hands down, I would stay here over and over, again. What a lovely place.
Anse Source d'Argent Anse Source d'Argent was definitely one of my favorite spots around La Digue, and I understand why it is the "Most Photographed Beach in the World"! It's beauty is insanely unbelievable. You will never believe the size of these granite formations, until you see it for yourself! It’s surely one of the most fascinating, mind blowing beaches I have ever explored!
Beautiful Beaches of La Digue The wonderful thing about La Digue is, not a lot of people stay on the island. Many people come over by ferry to explore the island for a day, but that is not enough time to explore this paradise! Some of my other favorite beaches around La Digue include Anse Grosse Roche, Anse Pierrot, Anse Severe,Anse Fourmis, Anse Gaulettes, Anse Reunion, Anse Patates, Petit Anse, and Grande Anse. Every beach has its own charm, and is such a beautiful paradise.