It is a trance destination. This archipelago, made up of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean.
It is flawlessly sheltered. While sustaining an intact natural environment it welcome the tourist from all over the world.
One of the principal Islands
Manages to be tropical
Without extensive resorts, showy casinos and lively hotel activity centers.
Anse Source d’Argent:
It is one of the trendiest beaches to be found on all the islands, with pink sands offset by towering granite stones that have been worn by time and weather. Being sheltered by a reef, the ocean is providing tranquil and shallow waters that make a perfect playground for little ones. Most will find it hard to tear themselves away from the lovely privacy of Anse Source d’Argent.
The island is ripe for exploring, with rows of beaches and craggy nooks.
Seychelles International Airport (SEZ) is located on the largest island of Mahe. A trip to Seychelles, while well worth it, requires a good deal of travel time and, for many visitors, a number of connections.
Ox carts are common on the island that La Digue Island Lodge sends one to transport guests and their luggage from the ferry. Visitors may rent a bike to get around La Digue, or ride the traditional way on an old-fashioned ox cart.
It is moist during the rainy season, from November to March. The best time to visit is from May to September.
The largest hotel on the island, La Digue Island Lodge offers:
Private chalets and bungalows
Choppy’s Beach Bungalow and La Digue Island Lodge, both hotels are walking distance from the legendary Anse Source d’Argent beach.
The cuisine of Seychelles is positively unique reflecting its French and English roots. Most restaurants serve food with Creole flavors. Fresh fish is always a good choice at any of the restaurants, and some of the best catches on the island include red snapper, tuna and the difficult-to-find filet of parrot fish. Finally, legend has it that if you eat breadfruit, a local favorite, while visiting, you are sure to return to the island; you can enjoy it fried, boiled or mashed.
A travel visa is not required; however, all visitors must have a passport, a return ticket and proof of accommodation.
The currency on the island is the Seychelles rupee. But you should use foreign currency or a credit card to pay for hotels, transportation and organized tours. For other expenses, you can change money on the island to get local currency.
Pick up a fashion magazine or search the web for pictures of the white sands and granite boulders of La Digue; it shouldn’t be hard as the picture-perfect Anse Source d’Argent is one of the most photographed beaches in the world.