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La Digue: L’Union Estate & Anse Source D’Argent

This week’s blog post takes us to L’Union Estate in La Digue, where you can step back in time and see what island life was really like during times gone by. A must see for anyone visiting the Seychelles (even the locals), this old plantation estate showcases the old ways of the Diguoise people with a[…]

Cheap Eats: Fun Times & Food Vans

Following on from our previous post on Beau Vallon’s “Bazar Labrin”, this weeks cheap eats covers the infamous food vans of “Ton Pol’s Shack” and “House of Shawarma” both of which were conveniently located for obligatory tastings at the Carnaval after party in Freedom Square. Seychelle’s two best foodies secret are well and truely out, with[…]

6th Edition: Carnaval International de Victoria

Last weekend saw the 6th Edition of the Carnaval International de Victoria in the Seychelles. Known internationally as the “Carnaval of Carnavals”, this years colourful display truely lived up to its title, offering the perfect blend of cultures, local rhythms, high energy and most importantly plenty of dancing throughout the streets of Victoria. The team at[…]

Sundowners: Our Favourite Cocktail Haunts (So Far..)

So this week is the countdown to the infamous CARNAVAL INTERNATIONAL DE VICTORIA and with only ONE day to go until the party really heats up, we thought, what better a way to showcase the sizzling atmosphere than to take you on a journey through a few of our favourite cocktail haunts and happy[…]

You’ve seen the Love Bug, now see the Love Nut!

From the smallest frog to the heaviest land tortoise and the only flightless bird of the Indian Ocean, Seychelles nurtures an amazing array of endemic species within surrounds of exceptional natural beauty.   Feeding the giant tortoises that roam freely in La Digue   The Seychelles Islands are considered a[…]

Cheap Eats: “Bazar Labrin” Food Market

As part of our travel, food and lifestyle blog, the team at Le Nautique will be seeking out the island’s favourite foodie haunts and generally eating our way around the Seychelles. This week is the first instalment of our “Cheap Eats” series where we seek out the best tasty local eats that[…]

A Trip Down Memory Lane….

  “The Early Days of Le Nautique Seychelles” Exciting news is that we plan to break ground on Le Nautique La Digue in the coming weeks (hurrah!) so what better a way to start this exciting journey than to take a trip down memory lane? This blog post will give[…]

Unhurried. Unspoiled. A hidden treasure.

                  Just a few degrees south of the Equator lies a true oasis… like scattered jewels cloaked in azure seas… garden islands tucked away from all but the most discerning visitor… a visitor looking for warm turquoise blue waters lapping gently onto soft white sandy beaches… a visitor looking for[…]