Photographer's Note

Anse Cocos is one of the most beutifull beaches in the Seychelles and in La Digue in particular.
Is also one of the more secluded, because of its difficult access by land.
To go to this fantastic beach you need to go to the beach of Grand Anse (another beutifull beach) an then follow a trek marked with ink in the rocks over the forest to left of the beach. First you will find the beach of Petit Anse and then you continue through the beach (Petit Anse) and climb again to get to other bay.
Be carefull because its very easy to get lost.
The trek to Petit Anse should take 15 m starting at Grand Anse and then more 20m to Anse Cocos.
And finaly after a lonk walk throught the tropical forest you will find the beutifful and secluded Anse Cocos. In 90% of the days you will be the only in 200 m beach bay.
This bech as some nice palm trees hang in over the sand. I think that's the reason for the name "Cocos" = Coconuts.
I tried to include in the photo this palm tree, the white sand, the beutifull turquoise water and the sky, it was not easy.

I hope you like it

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