Timings : Monday - Sunday: 07:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Entry Fee : Non-Residents: SCR100
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L'Union Estate takes one back in history to the time when coconut farming was the occupation of the inhabitants of the La Digue island. The plantation house that is the central attraction has a rich history and was built in French colonial style complete with a thatched roof. The estate is a historical treasure trove with a museum, turtle exhibit, the oldest cemetery at La Digue, old coconut mills, as well as the oldest plantation in Seychelles. L'Union Estate also contains a tortoise pen that houses some giant tortoises that are endemic to the region.
One of Seychelles' most photographed and famous beaches, Anse Source d'Argent, is only accessible by going through the Estate. One can also ride horses on this pristine and spectacular beach, for an extra fee, which is sure to realize your dreams of going horseback riding on one of the world's most coveted beaches. L'Union estate also holds the biggest granite boulder which covers an acre of land and is truly a sight to behold. The boulder is said to be 750 million years old and towers the estate. The plantation can be explored by renting a bike.
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