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La Digue

Listed under Tropical Island in Seychelles.

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La Digue is the fourth largest inhabited island of the Seychelles group, with a population of around 2,000, most living in La Reunion. La Digue's claim to fame, and appeal are its beaches, most especially Anse Source d'Argent, one of the most photographed beaches in the world. La Digue's interior is covered, in part, by the protective umbrella of the Veuve Nature Reserve, home to the very rare Black Paradise Flycatcher.

Written by  Lindylou.

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