From the Event Organizer:
La Digue Island’s is known for its beaches, and many of them – including more secluded ones like Anse Cocos – are popular and can get crowded during the busy season. This full-day excursion takes you away from those guidebook highlights; instead, spend the height of the day relaxing and swimming at Anse Marron, an isolated beach tucked away between Grande Anse and Anse Source d’Argent. Follow your guide across challenging terrain and be rewarded with a pristine white-sand beach with an incredible collection of boulders in the ocean.
Avoid the noise and distractions of a large tour group on this small group tour.
Hike through the La Digue forests and learn about the local flora and fauna.
End the tour – and spend the evening, if you like – at Anse Source d’Argent.
Relax on Anse Marron with a complimentary light lunch.
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