La Digue Island bliss for photographers because of the huge, artificially stacked granite rocks. They distinguish this most popular island from the Seychelles. The stones are actually the tops of the once-great Gondwana continent, sunk millions of years ago between Africa and India.
Simplicity and lazy tranquility mark the lives of the 2000 hospitable locals of La Digue (located near the island of Praslin). On this island-free island of dancing students of some mixed ethnicity, they are greeted by the bullfighting carts that tremble heavily through dense vegetation on unpaved roads to various destinations.
The brightest beach of La Digue is Anse Source d'Argent , divided into incredibly beautiful hidden coves; Its sculpted pink and rusty large rock blocks have eroded in sculptural shapes that remind us of Henry Moore's works. Here are the commercials of popular brands worldwide such as Bounty, Bacardi. The beach is broken, bends over small bays. Its amazing beauty comes from the granite, undulating rocks that seem like an invisible hand scattered them off the shore - one large, the other smaller, in a variety of unique combinations, opening wider or narrower "windows" overlooking the ocean . It was a shame that there was no sun, the sky totally darkened, it was raining and there was no more to be left on the beach.
The warm, luminous waters are a spectrum of pastel blue and green, so transparent that you can immerse one (waterproof) book and read it effortlessly. Juicy as the most beautiful beach of the 115 Seychelles, it is also one of the most photographed and most recognizable in the world; But, ironically, he is often blissfully deserted.
The rare black paradise, an endangered bird species whose population fluctuates around 75 specimens, can be seen only on this island and seen across the bird reserve, unmistakably recognized by its blue-black feathers and towed tail.
Immerse yourself in the island's sleepy, old-fashioned charm and stay indefinitely at the main hotel on the island, next to the lovely beach of Anse Marron. Beaches on La Digue - exotic, beautiful, wild free spaces (Anse Cocos). The warm, clean azure-blue water is filled with life. Granite rocks stick out into the ocean with bizarre shapes.
The shade of the trees makes umbrellas unnecessary, and the white sand never gets hot. During the windy season, 9 meters of waves break down on this beach. The island of La Digue is less inhabited than Mahe and Prain, but undoubtedly very handsome. Here, the cars are rare, and the ride is done with wheels or carts towed by cows (these are local taxis).
The coconut plant is also interesting, as everything from coconut palm is used. You can see and touch a giant turtle, whose population is one of the largest coral islands in the world. Allowing people there is extremely limited so as not to worry about the turtles.