La Digue


La Digue

La Digue is named after one of the vessels in explorer Marion Dufresne’s fleet, which in 1768, was sent by the French to explore Seychelles’ granitic islands. An aura of charm and tranquillity surrounds the island of La Digue, some hour and a half by boat from Mahe or 30[…]

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