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Settlement of the island. Diego Garcia and the rest of the Chagos islands were uninhabited until the late 18th century. In 1778, the French Governor of Mauritius granted Monsieur Dupuit de la Faye the island of Diego Garcia, and evidence exists of temporary French visits to collect coconuts and fish.

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Unless you have a very specific reason to go there, it is unlikely that you would ever get permission, and certainly not for tourism. Diego Garcia is essentially one military base. All native inhabitants were removed from there (still controversi...

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Having forcibly evicted residents from the island in 1973, the UK government then built a large military base on Diego Garcia and declared it off-limits to all but official personnel.

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Diego Garcia is a beautiful “foot-shaped” looking atoll south of the equator, central in the Indian Ocean considered a part of the British Indian Territory. The island is about 1,970 miles of beautiful beaches and sunsets. The atoll is about 1,970 nautical miles east of the coast of Africa, 967 nautical miles south-southwest of the southern tip of India and […]

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Established as a territory of the UK in 1965, a number of the British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT) islands were transferred to the Seychelles when it attained independence in 1976, leaving only the six main island groups comprising the Chagos Archipelago of 2,300 islands. The largest and most southerly of the islands, Diego Garcia, contains a joint UK-US naval support facility.

www.theguardian.com/stage/2012/feb/15/diego-garcia-few-man...

The people of Diego Garcia, a British colony in the Indian Ocean, were thrown off their island to make way for a US military base. Lyn Gardner on how their story was made into a play

biot.gov.io/visiting

Visiting. The British Indian Ocean Territory is not a tourist destination. Access is restricted and a permit is required in advance of travel. There are no commercial flights and permits for yachts are only issued to allow safe passage through the Indian Ocean (Outer Islands only).

www.britannica.com/place/Diego-Garcia-island-Indian-Ocean

Diego Garcia: Diego Garcia, coral atoll, largest and southernmost member of the Chagos Archipelago, in the central Indian Ocean. Administratively, it was a dependency of Mauritius for most of its history, but since 1965 it has been part of the British Indian Ocean Territory. Learn more about Diego Garcia here.