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Unfortunately, we actually haven't visited this beach as we left it for our last day on La Digue having a ferry back at 12.30 PM.
So, this review is a warning to other fellow travelers to organize themselves better and not to make such a...More
You need to hike and climb to get from Grand Anse to this wonderful beach. For us it was a lot of fun without guide. You need some sort of hiking shoes, sneakers or good sandals with grip and something (a lot) to drink. For...More
The trail to Anse marron was breathtakingly beautiful and so much fun - big thanks to Henry Bibi who gave me and my girlfriend the best tour ever. We had such a blast and and amazing time.
I can only recommend this one as long...More
We visited here with Sunny Trails Guide (Andreas rather than Robert) and as others have said, you really do need a guide. We are experienced travellers and do most things independently but the path to get here is non existent as you have to climb...More
When on La Digue, bike rental and the visit of this beach is a must! It is so special and unique and hard to compare with other beaches. If you carry on east, there is this little hidden fruit bar which you shouldn’t miss. Very...More
A lot of people already wrote about Robert from Sunny Trail Guides being an excellent, entertaining, knowledgeable and very safe guide - we can only concur 100%.
We had a fantastic day, the hike is actually more fun the the beach itself even though the...More
Hiking was exhausting but trip all in one was excelent. We pass thru forrest and on the rocks, we heard explanation from Andreas and after 2.5 hours we arrived on Anse Marron beach.
We moved in the part with natural pool because the waves were...More
Although some travellers mention that you can reach the remote beach on foot from Grand Anse, it is absolutely untrue. The locals told us it would be very difficult as there is no footpath as were suggested. The tropical forest is also very dense.
First we planned to discover Anse Marron by ourselves without a guide. But then we decided to do a tour with Robert, rather than wasting time looking for a path. We are very happy we did so! The whole tour was just amazing. Robert was...More
I would contact Robert Agnes at Sunny Trail Guides, he will be happy to answer your question. My guess it's quite doable as he mentioned to me that it's possible to go earlier than the normal 7.45 start.