La Digue and Inner Islands invite you to discover a slice of Seychelles paradise. Marooned in the Indian Ocean, La Digue and the surrounding islands dazzle with white-sand beaches, lush tropical interiors and vibrant coral reefs.
Swim, sunbathe and snorkel on Anse Source d'Argent, one of the most famous beaches in the Seychelles. Enormous granite boulders dot the beach, which features powder-soft sand and crystalline water. Accessible only by foot, Anse Bonnet Carré Beach has an isolated and off-the-beaten-path feel.
Venture into the Veuve Nature Reserve and discover the unique flora and fauna of La Digue and Inner Islands. The reserve is a sanctuary for the rare black paradise flycatcher, as well as animals like terrapins and fruit bats. Hire a guide to increase your chances of spotting the rare bird.
Beyond La Digue, there’s plenty more on offer in the Inner Islands. On the palm-fringed island of Praslin, the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the laid-back island of Mahe to admire colonial architecture and explore colourful markets.
Ferries and domestic flights connect La Digue and Inner Islands with other destinations in the Seychelles. In La Digue, bicycles are the preferred mode of transport.