Thatched A-Frame Cabins on La Digue Island, SeychellesLa Digue, La Digue and Inner Islands (Seychelles)
Thatched A-Frame Cabins on La Digue Island, Seychelles
The thatched roof, wooden cabins located on the tropical island of La Digue, the third largest island of the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean, either come with an undisturbed view of the fantastic ocean just five steps from the beach or are amidst a lush tropical garden and feature an upper deck mezzanine. The majority of rooms have a double bed and come with A/C, mini bar, satellite, TV, IDD telephone, hairdryer, shaver, tea & coffee maker, and a safe.
Pizzeria at Gregoire's - The restaurant serves traditional pizza and pasta dishes crowned by a friendly staff and a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Pool Restaurant - The Pool Restaurant offers an array of light-lunch options as well as hearty meals. Signature dishes include freshly caught whole grilled fish.
Vye Lakaz - An upscale dining venue is set inside a traditional house with an early 20th century style.
The Veuve restaurant - This restaurant is famous for its traditional Creole cuisine and takes pride in only sourcing freshest local produce and using traditional recipes. In addition to its signature Creole dishes, the Veuve Restaurant also offers a range of international cuisine and hosts regular theme nights.
Spa - The high end spa, located beside the silver sand beach of Anse Reunion beach and refreshed by the calm breeze coming from the Indian Ocean, offers its guests an array of body and massage treatments tailored to individual needs and wishes.
The Pool Restaurant - Enjoy snacks, pastries and lunch right next to the spacious pool!
The Pool Bar - Relax on the terrace in the shade of the of the beautiful Indian Almond tree and enjoy your refreshing tropical cocktail.
Other services of the lodge include a well-stocked grocery store, Barclays Bank, a spacious swimming pool, diving center, hotel safe, laundry, baby sitting, souvenir shop, and more.
- Outdoor pool
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
- Laundry service
- Linens and pillows
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Location & Surroundings
La Digue, La Digue and Inner Islands (Seychelles)
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- Horseback riding
- Scuba diving
- Wildlife watching
Anse Coco - is the most secluded, untouched beach on the island of La Digue. It can be reached on foot either via Grand Anse and Petit Anse or by hiking across the island via Nid'Aigle.
Anse Marron - Another pristine beach lined with granite boulder rocks and a must-see for all visitors.
Anse Severe - This beach is great for snorkeling and swimming and can be accessed by foot or bicycle.
Anse Songe - is a quaint, small beach ideal to let loose.
Anse Source D'argent - is arguably one of the world's most beautiful beaches. Anse Source D'Argent features golden soft white coral sands and spectacular granite boulders. Explore its hidden coves that are divided by towering boulders.
Grand Anse - is characterized by golden sand against the backdrop of imposing granite boulders and emerald-green forested mountains. It's also a mecca for surfers on the island and delivers picture-perfect sunsets.
L'Union Beach - The beach's soft sand is lapped by peaceful turquoise seas and invites its visitors to chill out.
Petite Anse - is Grand Anse sister and can be accessed by foot.
Walking, Hiking & Adventures
Union Estate Park - is one of the main tourist attractions on the island and is located on the southern end. An old plantation house forms the center of the park, which is flanked by a giant granite boulder. The park is home to the Seychelles' giant tortoises and also features a spacious paddock for its horses.
Union Boulders - The granite boulder of Anse L'Union is a stunning piece of mother nature's architecture that one has to see in person.
The Copra Mill - Copra refers to the dried flesh of a coconut and the oil that derives from it. The processing of copra was once a leading industry in Seychelles, but it declined to a large extent leaving Copra Mill the only remaining factory on the island. In the Mill, you can observe every stage of the copra processing, from the de-husking to the final purifying and bottling of the oil.
The Plantation - of the L'Union Estate covers almost a third of the island of La Digue and is home to a unique flora cultivated for food and medicine. Visitors have the possibility to observe these techniques used to maintain and harvest the crops.
Old Cemetery - is another point of interest at the L'Union Estate, which was established by the first permanent settlers on the island.
Nid Aigle - Belle Vue - No trip is complete without a visit to the very heart of La Digue, affording spectacular views across the island and the crystal clear turquoise waters. An easy climb through Belle Vue takes you to the La Digue's mountain residents but is also to the passage with the most amazing views of the island. For the adventurous ones, it is recommended to hike on to the tip of Nid Aigle for even more scenic views!
Veuve Reserve - is great for birdwatching such as the endangered Paradise Flycatcher (Vev in Creole).
Horseback Riding - Nature trips by horse are offered in the Union State Park.
Church - that dates back to the 19th century, is another attraction of great historic importance.
Old Houses - Discover the unique architecture of the homes built in the colonial era.
Tortoise Pen - Watch out for the tortoises at the foot of the L'Union's giant boulders that are over hundred years old.
Excursions - There are numerous excursions offered through the island's rugged forests, uninhabited islands, quaint villages and pristine tropical beaches. Excursions can be arranged by foot, 4x4 vehicle or boat.
Snorkeling - Snorkeling trips are offered to Felicite Island, Coco Island, Sister Island and more.
Fishing - The warm waters of the Indian Ocean offer great fishing opportunities. Enthusiastic anglers will very likely catch parrot fish and rabbit fish.
HOW TO GET THERE
By Plane - The following international airlines offer scheduled flights to Seychelles: Air Seychelles, Emirate Airlines, Qatar Airways, Air France and Kenya Airways. A number of other operators, such as Condor, operate seasonal charter flights.
By Helicopter - The fastest, yet most expensive option to La Digue is a direct helicopter transfer from the international airport of Mahe to La Digue's helipad.
By Boat - Air Seychelles also operates operates a ferry service from Mahe to Praslin. The Mahe-Prasline route is also served by 2 catamarans which operate at regular intervals throughout the day. A fleet of old fashioned schooners that are carrying cargo between the islands are also willing to bring tourists to Prasiln. From Praslin to La Digue guests can either choose between the water taxi, a catamaran service or the passenger carrying schooner to get to the island. Private boat companies can also be hired for private transfers between the islands.