La Digue Island is often considered to be the island you must visit when taking a trip to Seychelles. Out of the 115 islands that make this beautiful country, La Digue is the fourth largest in size and third largest in population. However, that is not much as the population of this island is a mere 2000 residents that live mainly in the village of La Passe. This leaves the rest of the island virtually uninhabited which lets the island retain its natural beauty.
Admission Fee: The Union Estate charges a fee of SCR 100 to access the Anse Source d'Argent beach. However, the fee also includes various other amenities, as well as access to points of attraction in the estate.
Operating Hours: 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM (after closing hour access is available for those who purchased a ticket earlier that day)The beach is crowded from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
The Seychelles International Airport (SEZ) at Mahe is usually the point of entry for most international citizens. From Mahe, a ferry to La Digue Island is the only route of transfer.
A ferry from Praslin also transfers to La Digue seven times a day. The average time from Praslin to La Digue is 15 minutes.
In- Island Transport: The island of La Digue is unique in a way as its main source of transport is the ox carts which are found in abundance. Another convenient way to trapeze the island is through rental bikes available at La Digue.
The best time to travel to La Digue is from May to September.
La Digue Island is often a dream come true for most visitors due to its laid-back island lifestyle, stunning beaches with the best views and tons of excursions to participate in.
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