La Digue Island is all dirt roads and stunning natural beauty, gorgeous bays, granite rocks, turquoise water, and vibrant coral reefs in this incredible place.

If you are looking for a relaxed island vibe, with beautiful beaches and just a touch of local life, La Digue fits the bill perfectly. The smallest of the three main inhabited islands, La Digue has a tiny population of just 2,000 people. With no airport, and just a handful of road vehicles, this is an extremely laid back place, with some of the most iconic beaches in the Seychelles.

The beaches of La Digue & Praslin Islands are not to be missed.

It's no surprise they frequently win awards as among the most beautiful on the planet and they never fail to impress.

Three things that a first time visitor in Praslin should never miss the naturally beautiful beaches, the famed coco de mer palm trees, and the national bird.

This world heritage site has a unique range of flora and fauna. Its coco de mer palm produces the world’s largest nut. And besides the national bird (black parrot), Valle de Mai also owns a great variety of rare birds, making it a birdwatchers delight.

Lying about 45km northeast of Mahé, the second-largest island in the Seychelles is closer to the sleepiness of La Digue than the relative hustle and bustle of Mahé. Like Mahé, Praslin is a granite island, with a ridge of small mountains running east west along the centre and the svelt interior, especially the Vallée de Mai, is fascinating for its flora and bird life. Its combination of manageable size and stellar attractions makes Praslin a fine choice for your Seychelles visit & exploration in our XScape Charter.


You can never resist the pull of wrecked ships that are waiting to be explored. Though there are around 100 ships that were sunk in the waters around, it is believed that there may be more shipwrecks around Seychelles.

These cultural and historical landmarks can be visited from the sites near Silhouette Island, Victoria, and the wreck of the Aldebaran. These hauntingly beautiful underwater sites have become tourist attractions in Seychelles.

The best time to visit Seychelles for diving is from March to May and from October to November. 

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