La Digue has incredibly beautiful, isolated beaches, quaint shops and restaurants, colonial architecture and a slow, relaxed pace. The island is the fourth largest in the Seychelles, but has a population of just 2,000 people. It is accessible from Praslin, via ferry, boat or helicopter, and has only a handful of cars so we recommend exploring by bike or on foot.
We love La Digue as a day trip from nearby Praslin, and for those who want to stay on La Digue, we recommend Le Domaine de l’ Orangeraie. You can enjoy some excellent snorkeling sites, visit the world-renowned Anse Source D’Argent beach and La Digue is the only place where you can see the rare Black Parrot.