Get back to nature on the colourful island of La Digue
La Digue is a place of vibrant colour, offering the perfect opportunity to get back to nature. Tangled jungles and luscious, rolling hills give way to cyan waters and captivating bays, making this one of the most beautiful islands in the Seychelles.
Lying east of Praslin and west of Félicité Island, La Digue is the fourth largest inhabited island of the Seychelles with a population of about 2,000 people, who mostly live in the west coast villages of La Passe and La Réunion. This is an island where time stands still and ancient traditions like travelling by ox-cart and bicycle are favoured over cars. Traditional methods of boat building and refining of coconut products (copra) are also still practised here. The island offers an immense bounty of tropical birds and flowers. Veuve Nature Reserve, in the island's interior, is home to the rare Black Paradise Flycatcher, of which there are only about 100 in existence.
Whether you’re looking to explore the island’s many white sandy beaches, such as legendary Anse Source d'Argent, or admire the traditional architecture in the towns, we’ll take care of the details. Our team will develop creative itineraries, helping you to go back to nature in this tropical island paradise.