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Seychelles: THE Celebrity Honeymoon Destination

With the recent news that British beauty Elizabeth Hurley is currently visiting the our tropical islands, we thought that it would be a fun blog to fill you in on the many celebrities that have chosen the Seychelles for their honeymoons and holidays. The Seychelles government recently introduced laws to[…]

Le Nautique La Digue: Construction Update 6

First and foremost Happy Australia Day readers! We hope those of you who celebrate this fine day have been enjoying a day off in the sun, huddled around a BBQ, sizzling sausages and sprinkling 100s & 1000s over buttered bread with a cold brew in hand. Our Australia Day has been[…]

Cocktails: It’s Gin O’Clock somewhere!

I am well and truely an island girl and do love my rum cocktails, but the fact that I was born in the UK (well Channel Islands) means that I, like every good Brit, have a penchant for gin. The classic and much loved G&T is certainly not one to be[…]

Le Nautique La Digue: Construction Update 5

Bonjour readers! We have just returned from a short but super speedy site visit to La Digue this morning and thought it was about time we updated you on what’s been happening at Le Nautique La Digue. The crossing today was just magical, the seas were flat calm and gleaming[…]

10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Seychelles

Today we thought we’d share a few interesting facts about the Seychelles Islands that you probably didn’t know: 1. The 115 islands of the Seychelles stretch across the Indian Ocean, but its three main islands, Mahé, Praslin, and La Digue form the main hub of culture and commerce and contain[…]

Weddings in Paradise

Destination weddings have become extremely popular in recent years, with an estimated 25% of all couples opting to ditch the traditional wedding in favour of a more intimate gathering at a destination they love.     We speak from experience as Le Nautique Seychelles had our very own destination wedding back in 2013, when[…]

Le Nautique La Digue: Construction Update 3

Hello and welcome the latest instalment of our “construction updates” – we hope that you are enjoying the content as much as we have enjoyed sharing it with you. Don’t forget, if there is ever anything in particular that you would like us to blog or road-test on then please send us an[…]

Creole Recipes: Rougail Saucisse

The Seychellois people exhibit a true melting pot of different races and cultures. Originally settled in the 18th century by Europeans who brought African slaves to work on their plantations, the 19th century saw Indian, Chinese and Arabic traders arrive on the islands as well as free settlers from all[…]

Le Nautique La Digue – Construction Update 2

Annalise and I have just landed back in Seychelles after a whirlwind buying trip to Australia. We had an fantastic time doing what we do best (SHOPPING!) – selecting a range of beautiful interiors, fabrics, artwork and homewares for Le Nautique La Digue, as well as sourcing everything from our luxury bathroom fixtures and fittings right[…]

Gentle Giants: The Aldabra Giant Tortoise

The millions of years that the Seychelles islands remained uninhabited enabled a unique collection of flora and fauna to develop and thrive. There are an estimated 75 endemic plant species currently found in the Seychelles plus an further 25 species estimated to be in the Aldabra atoll – not to mention the huge number of unique land and marine life[…]