3. La Digue Island
So laid-back it’s practically horizontal 😊, La Digue is home to a 2,000-strong Creole community, who very welcoming to visitors curious about their way of life. Until recently, no cars were allowed on this time-warp isle, and even today the best way to explore is by bicycle. Spot the elusive black paradise flycatcher in Veuve Nature Reserve or try beachcombing among the soft sands and pink granite boulders of Anse Source d’Argent, arguably the Seychelles’ prettiest beach.
1. Water is very expensive in hotels, so try to buy bottled water from super-mart
2. Even during winters, its really hot in Seychelles. So don't forget to carry your sunscreen and glares.
3. If you stay at Beau Vallon (Mahé), there is a local Wednesday flea market. Don't miss it. Its totally worth your time
4. When in Prasline, do try the chocolate ice-cream. I assure you that it be one of the best chocolate ice-creams ever.
5. Creole people are very friendly. So don't be astonished if a complete stranger greets you.
6. If in case you are unable to get Seychello Rupee carry USD. It is accepted across the country.
7. Google Coco de mere right now 😉