Birgo Guest House, built in the heart of La Digue island, just a mere five minutes from the main jetty, and surrounded by the islands most beautiful beaches. La Digue is the fourth largest island in the Seychelles (15km2) and lies 43 km from the main island of Mahe and 6,5 km from Praslin. The island is reached by ferry, boat or helicopter.
The Seychelles Archipelago comprises a group of 115 magnificent islands lying in isolated splendour in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa , between 4 and 10 degrees south of the Equator. The land of perpetual summer, the average temperature throughout the entire year is 30oC, with a balmy water temperature of 26oC.
81,000 inhabitants from different ethnic backgrounds live peacefully together and over two centuries since the islands were first settled, have created a melting pot of cultures, religions and language. Tourism, fishing and light industry are the three major sources of prosperity in the Seychelles. Creole, French and English are the three official national languages of the islands, although English is widely spoken and used everywhere.