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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[…]

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[…]

New Years Resolutions: Seychelles Eco Marathon

Bonzour readers and Happy New Year to you all! We hope you had a wonderful festive season and that you partied your way into 2017 as we did! You may have seen from our social media feeds that we hosted a huge Christmas lunch at Anse Royale this year with some[…]

Creole Recipes: Saffron Coconut Crab

Seychelles food is all about simple, big flavours. We’re really into sharing food, getting your hands dirty and having a really relaxed experience. There is nothing better than loading the table with various tasty dishes for friends and family to dig into, accompanied with fresh salads, fluffy rice, local “Seybrew” beer and some[…]

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[…]

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[…]

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[…]

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[…]

Birds of Seychelles: Black Parrot and Paradise Fly Catcher

The unspoilt islands of the Seychelles are the perfect nesting grounds for all sorts of wild life. This week we are going to show you the most well known and rarest birds of the Seychelles, the Black Parrot and Black Paradise Flycatcher. Black Parrot One of the most famous and[…]

Creole Recipes: Coconut Nougat

Welcome to our next Creole Recipes instalment, we hope you’re feeling hungry… When you come to Seychelles it will be difficult for you to avoid one of our most popular desserts; Coconut Nougat. It’s a sticky sweet treat which will leave you wanting more. This recipe is quick and easy –[…]