La Digue Island is the third biggest inhabited island in the Seychelles. With 2500 people, it's known for its incredible beaches and its short 15 minute ferry ride to Praslin Island. You'll be greeted immediately with the island atmosphere in the form of oxcarts. The oxcarts are the main form of transportation on La Digue and will take you right to Calou Guest House. Bicycles are also popular on the island, so rent a bicycle and pedal your way through town to your accommodations.
Calou Guest House exudes every bit of quintessential island charm. Its airy porches, lush greenery, and carefully manicured gardens practically sparkle in the warm, salty air. Mosey through the gardens and pick fresh mangoes, papayas, oranges, and guavas to snack on. You won't find tastier fruit than you will picked right from a tropical garden. When you need to get to town, the hotel offers bicycles on request. If you want some guided tours, the hotel is also happy to arrange for island excursions by land, sea, or air. See the island from the clouds or go right out to see on a deep-sea fishing trip. Rainy day? Cozy up amid the raindrops in the guest house's small library.