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La Digue

And then there’s our secret favourite: the tiny island of La Digue where life is somewhere between snail and tortoise-paced and the main mode of transport is bicycle. Pedal off in search of a deserted beach, you might just find one to call your own for the day, a place so quiet you can hear the occasional thud of a coconut, watch crabs scuttle and birds fishing.

Two wheels will also take you to the much-photographed Anse Source d’Argent: never out of the top tens, its flamingo-pink sand sparkles against dark granite boulders.

La Digue is an island where time stands still, ox-carts ad bicycles are a superb way of getting around the island and friendly locals create an intimate atmosphere you will never forget.

 

La Digue is justifiably proud of its reputation as the most authentic and original island in the Seychelles and for those who find pleasure and solace in the immersion of local culture and the gentle vibes of village life, this island is a must.

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