Photos - La Digue (Seychelles) 

The Seychelles is an archipelago nation of about 150 islands scattered over 1,400,000 square kilometres of warm crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean. Situated well outside the cyclone belt, Seychelles boasts one of the most pristine natural environments on the planet.

La Digue is the fourth largest island of the Seychelles (10 km2, a population of 2000), lying east of Praslin and west of Félicité Island. La Digue is well-known for its beaches especially Anse Source d'Argent. In former times copra and vanilla production were mainstays of the local economy, nowadays the main income of the island comes from tourism.

If you are planning to visit the Seychelles you may be interested in having a look at several photos of the islands. Click on the following links to view the pictures. We have taken any attempt to provide exact (GPS-based) coordinates of the positions where the photos have been taken.
Here you see the islands of La Digue (center) and Félicité (upper right)
from space. Image courtesy of Earth Sciences and Image Analysis
Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center.
Arriving at La Passe
Anse Patates
Palm Tree
"Spider Town"
L'Union Estate Cementary
Anse Source d' Argent
Anse Source d' Argent
Granite Rocks at Anse Source d' Argent
Tropical Vegetation
L'Union Estate National Park
L'Union Estate National Park
Sprouting Coconut
Land Tortoise
House at the Eastern Side of La Digue
Drying Fish
Anse Cocos
Anse Cocos
Anse Cocos
Tropical Forest
Tropical Forest
Freshwater Pond
La Passe
Boat at La Passe
L'Union Estate seen from Belle Vue
Praslin seen from Belle Vue
La Reúnion seen from Belle Vue
Property in the Green
Praslin seen from La Digue
Belle Vue
In the Green
La Passe
Anse Severe
Anse Severe
Northernmost Point of La Digue
Félicité seen from Anse Patates
The Northern Coast of La Digue
Palm Trees at the Beach
Northern Tip of La Digue
Regatta of the Seychelles
Harbour at La Passe