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Anse Source D'Argent

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Anse Source D'Argent

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Full Day Boat & Bike Independent Tour of La Digue from Praslin Island
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Full Day Boat & Bike Independent Tour of La Digue from Praslin Island

NOTE: This tour is ONLY for clients staying on Praslin Island.<br><br>This tour is ideal for the adventurous seeking to explore La Digue island on their own by bicycle and it includes return coach transfers between your Praslin Island hotel and Praslin Jetty.&#xa0; A ferry crossing at 10h00 from Praslin to La Digue&#xa0;where tourists are greeted by a representative for a short briefing on the most popular sites, best routes of La Digue and then given the bicycles for the day's adventure.<br><br>Please advise name of hotel on Praslin where clients are staying for pick up transfer for the tour.
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Aslam_Sherif wrote a review Jul 2020
London, United Kingdom703 contributions77 helpful votes
No wonder it's the world's most photographed beach. The natural beauty of the granitic rocks, the cloud pattern, the mesmerizing sunset all makes this beach an exceptional place. This beach needs no promotion but the pure awe and striking beauty can't be described in enough words. This is best place to take pictures.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Sara P wrote a review Jul 2020
226 contributions19 helpful votes
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This is the most beautiful and breathtaking beach that I ever saw! Perfect combination of white sand beach, turquoise and clear water, warm Indian Ocean, giant granite rocks, palm trees and other plants, and the most important thing - it is safe for swimming (as everybody told us the beach is protected by the coral reef and other barriers and that’s the reason why you are safe from waves and sharks). You can reach there easily from every side of the island by bike. Before you get there you must pass through nature park and pay entrance fee 100 seychelles rupees per person (approx. 5€ per person). Scenes when you ride through the park are stunning and you can see giant tortoises too.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Krisl wrote a review Jun 2020
Mahe Island, Seychelles91 contributions
We have the opportunity to view the place when it was practically empty and it was a marvel. Very accessible and the shallow waters are nice to relax in even in this rougher season.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Elisabeth T wrote a review Mar 2020
132 contributions48 helpful votes
The Anse Source d'Argent is absolutely breathtaking. Definitely one of the best beaches I've seen in my life. Go. (Best way to go is through the Union Estate (115 scr for all day, in/out access). ) However, this isn't a beach I'd recommend for a long day of enjoyment. The sandy area isn't that large and because it's so gorgeous, it's pretty packed. The water is splendid, and its lovely how you can walk far out and fish are literally bumping into your legs. However, the low water level combined with the heavy grass, makes swimming somewhat impractical. So I recommend the beach because its 100% worth exploring the water and all the rocky outcroppings, but if you want to spend a full day lounging by the water, taking dips when you're hot, etc...there are other beaches I recommend - such as the beach by the old jetty (also accessible from inside Union Estate) or beaches on the north of the island.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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anionwheels wrote a review Mar 2020
Bengaluru, India72 contributions14 helpful votes
After the helipad it's just 50 metres to the entry point via L ' Reunion Island, pay 115 SCR/8 €/9 $ ( accepted in SCR only), you can walk or bike here, on the trail- you would find goconut trees, vanilla plantation, a bull, Aldabra Giant Tortoise, Art Gallery etc, park the bike near the restaurant, follow the trail and have fun Note: 1. During entry you do get a wrist strap, you can exit and entry multiple times a day 2. if you don't wanna pay 115 SCR, you can follow the trail from Helipad, would suggest only during low tides as there is no enough space to walk if tides are high
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Date of experience: March 2020
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