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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[…]

International & Domestic Transport Options

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,[…]

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[…]

Creole Recipes: Trio of Summer Salads

These three fresh, juicy summer salads are favourites here in the Seychelles and are the perfect accompaniment to any beachside BBQ (or even eaten on their own as a tasty snack). Better still, they are all super healthy – so those of you sticking to your New Years Resolutions rejoice and tuck in. ****   “Palm[…]

Community: Animal Welfare Seychelles

This weeks blog is a change from the usual and covers a topic very close to our heart – animal welfare in the Seychelles. As massive animal lovers, the team at Le Nautique Seychelles have strived to do our bit for local animal welfare since arriving in the Seychelles, rescuing sick and[…]

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[…]

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[…]

Speak the Language: Handy Creole Phrases

Seychellois Creole, known locally as “Kreol”, is the French-based creole language of the Seychelles. It shares official language status in the Seychelles along with both English and French. Most Seychellois speak Creole, French and English fluently (I can hear your sighs of relief!)…. but if you’re like me and fancy trying[…]