Let’s be honest. Rum is not fully appreciated for the delightfully versatile spirit it is. It’s as at home in frivolously fruity drinks as it is just being savoured on the rocks.
The Seychelles has been an international destination for centuries, arguably before the written record of its discovery back in the 16th century. We’re used to travellers and merchants dropping in and leaving a some distinct part of their own culture behind in paradise, and the islands are still frequented by arrivals from all corners of the globe who have left their distinctive mark.
The Republic of Seychelles is made up of 115 islands. In total there are only 522 kms of roads amongst all the islands, meaning, if you’re going anywhere - you’re boating. This is ideal when you consider that every day is literally perfect beach-day weather. Coupled with warm waters and loads of adventure options, you’ll feel like you’re part of a tropical Takamaka Rum crew, because you’re bound to be enjoying the Seychelles’ finest rum. Here are a few water-based activities with the perfect Takamaka Rum cocktail to enjoy afterwards.