Right in the centre of Cote d’Or beach within close proximity to a number of restaurants and activities, Pirogue Lodge offers rooms with elegant decor and furnishings, and sea views from the private veranda.
From Praslin Airport it’s approximately 30 minutes to Pirogue Lodge and from there to Baie Ste Anne Jetty will take you 15 minutes by car. At the Jetty you can take the ferry to Mahé or La Digue.
Pirogue Lodge has 6 standard rooms (approximately 50 m²) overlooking the ocean, three on ground floor and the others on first floor of the main building.
All Rooms have air conditioning (included), bathroom with shower/bidet & WC, ceiling fan, hair dryer, internet WI-FI connection (at cost), mini-bar, room safe, satellite television, tea & coffee making facilities, telephone.
Pirogue Restaurant and Bar located on the same property, offers a full daily breakfast for guests, and is also open for lunch and dinner. You will have a wide choice of both local and international dishes as well as cocktails and other beverages.
The reception of Pirogue Lodge can inform you in regards massage.
Shops and restaurants are in close proximity of Pirogue Lodge.
Vallee de Mai
Praslin is also the home of the Vallee de Mai, a lush green garden which is the natural habitat of the world’s largest nut, the Coco de Mer, as well as the endemic black parrot and various other endemics palms, plants and insects. This world heritage site is surely not to be missed.
Anse Lazio Beach
Anse Lazio Beach is also a must visit. One of the world’s most stunning beaches of the world, Anse Lazio’s azure sea water and fine white sandy beach is ideal for a relaxing treat on your holiday.
Renowned for being a fishing village in the olden days, the Cote D’or, also known as the golden coast was the nesting place for many Pirogues (small wooden boats used for fishing). Though time has worn away the Pirogues, Cote D’or coastlines remains an ideal mooring spot for small boats as well as an easy access to neighbouring islands and snorkeling spots, such as Curieuse Island, Aride Island and St Pierre Island.
and there is more to do ……….like exploring the island by bike, or Big Game Fishing or Scuba Diving and more and more.