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Creole Recipes: Gâteau Piment

This week’s food blog is dedicated to the humble “Gâteau Piment” (chilli cake), a popular and versatile spicy roadside snack found throughout the Vanilla Islands. Similar in look and feel to a falafel, Gâteau Piment offers a tiny taste explosion with every bite, from earthy cumin to spicy chilli and even fresh coriander[…]

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[…]

Seychelles: which airlines fly there?

Situated 1,000 miles from the nearest coastline, the Seychelles Islands offer an idyllic remote holiday destination perfect to relax and recharge…. but the questions is how do you get there? Believe it or not for such a small island nation, the Seychelles are extremely well connected with a fantastic network of global carriers offering direct flights to Europe, Africa,[…]

Creole Recipes: Octopus Curry

Welcome to the latest edition of Le Nautique Seychelle’s “Creole Recipes”. This week we are sharing another local dish and firm family favourite, Octopus curry. Inspiration for this weeks blog came from a wonderful beachside BBQ that we attend this weekend, where amongst A LOT of other amazing local dishes, the[…]

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[…]

Fishing: Seychelles Style

You do not have to venture far from Seychelles’ shores to experience some fantastic fishing adventures.       The Seychelles Islands boasts some of the richest fishing grounds in the world, offering both the experience sports fisherman and enthusiastic beginner many fantastic opportunities for record-breaking catches ranging from the mighty marlin and sailfish to the feisty[…]

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[…]

Island Hopping – A Must When Visiting Seychelles

Island Hopping is a must when visiting the Seychelles, whether it be only a day trip or extended stay on one of the many beautiful islands in our picturesque archipelago. Each island boasts its only geography, character and history and will add its own unforgettable memories to your stay.    […]

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[…]