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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[…]

Local Food: Bazar Labrin Market

As part of our travel, food and lifestyle blog, the team at Le Nautique aim to highlight the island’s favourite local food haunts and restaurants (generally giving us food-fanatics the chance to eat our way around the Seychelles). This weeks focus is on the fun and colourful local food market, “Bazar Labrin”,[…]

Packing for a Sunny Island Holiday

Last week we blogged about the various ways to reach the Seychelles and also how to best travel internally around our stunning jewel islands. This week we wanted to share with you our packing recommendations for an easy, stress-free tropical island holiday.     When it comes to the tropics, a[…]

Our Picks: Top 10 Beaches in Seychelles

It wouldn’t be a tropical island getaway without a few days kicking back on a secluded white sandy beach, soaking up the sun, sipping coconuts or cocktails under the shade of a palm tree or taking a dip in tranquil aqua blue seas. Seychelles boasts some of the best beaches in the world, each[…]

Underwater World: Snorkeling in Seychelles

The Seychelles archipelago is made up of over 115 stunning islands and islets emerging from the Indian Ocean. Each island has it own unique colourful character, however they all have one thing in common – white sandy beaches bathed by warm, crystal-clear aqua waters. Amazingly over 50% of the Seychelles territory[…]

Sun, Sea, Sand and Golf

Holidays in the Seychelles is generally all about sun, sea and sand, but did you know that we also have two fantastic golf courses that are making the Seychelles a great golfing destination as well?     The main island of Mahe boasts “The Seychelles Golf Club”, a challenging  nine-hole course located in the[…]

Cocktails: Zesty Passion Fruit Mojito

Hi everyone, Natasha here back from my travels across the eastern coast of Australia. Huge thank you to Annalise for holding the blog fort while I was away – I really enjoyed being on the reading end of the blog for a change and think that she did an amazing job[…]

Surfs Up!: Surfing in the Seychelles

Hello everyone, and thanks for reading. This week, my blog is inspired by one of our readers, an avid surfer, who asked me what surfing is like in Seychelles. As you know Seychelles is always photographed for its beautiful beaches and is most known as the perfect honeymoon destination. Well be[…]

Day Tripping: Moking around Praslin

As mentioned in last weeks post, Stuart’s dad Warwick recently spent a week in the Seychelles on his way back from Europe which gave us the perfect excuse to down tools and play tourist. We covered a lot of ground in the week that Warwick was here, island hopping, beach barbecuing, mini-moking and hiking. One[…]

Hiking: Anse Major Trail

Stuart’s dad is visiting from Australia this week which has given us the perfect excuse to down tools and play tourist. Yesterday we FINALLY made the coastal hike across to Anse Major and WOW did it not disappoint. Swimsuited and booted, we started the hike at 9:30am, stocked with supplies of water, breadfruit chips, towels, snorkelling gear and sunscreen. The[…]