The fourth largest Inner Island in the Seychelles, La Digue isn’t very large at all. Which only makes it more fun to tour with kids, in the company of an expert local guide.
Bike or ox-drawn cart are the preferred modes of transport here, although feet are good for getting about too. You can try all three methods on this tour which starts at the pretty island harbour and fits in plenty of time to explore quaint La Passe village. Historic L’Union lets you see an authentic Créole estate: complete with plantation house and working ox-powered copra mill. A visit to one of the country’s oldest boatyards is part of the adventure too. And finishing up on Anse Source d’Argent, the world’s most photographed beach, is an idyllic end to an amazing day out.