The Seychelles is a destination that has made itself onto many bucket lists – and rightfully so. If you’re lucky enough to visit this island paradise, these are the 10 things you absolutely, positively, unquestionably have to do in the Seychelles.
Before the smooth taste of Takamaka Rum was crafted and perfected to be the product you know today, residents and visitors to the Seychelles have long enjoyed different incarnations of this delicious drink.
International travel trends say that most visitors want to tap into the local’s scene at any destination. Many travellers don’t want to travel long distances only to see another tourist hub - they have those at home already! They’re interested in seeking out those hidden gems that only the locals frequent. This has meant that many visitors have asked our staff members, at and at the Takamaka Distillery, where they hangout and what they do in their spare time - this time of year.
When escaping the office there are normally three items to tick off your vacation list: swimming costume, towel, and beach destination. Takamaka Rum’s home, the Seychelles, is the perfect location to unwind and soak up those sunrays. After all, it is truly a 365-day-a-year holiday destination - with an average temperature of 27°C throughout the year.
You’ve been planning your Seychelles holiday for months. You can already taste the cocktails and feel the sand between your toes. But there’s one hurdle standing between you and your dream holiday – deciding what to pack.
The Seychelles’ capital, Victoria is the smallest capital city in the world. Despite being one of the world's most sought after holiday cities, the heart of the Seychelles islands is only 1500m in total. But what Victoria lacks in space it makes up for in attractions - from a vibrant market ad street food culture, and a home to some of the friendliest people on earth.
Takamaka Rum’s home is the small bay of AU CAP on the old plantation site of La Plaine St Andre, a 30 minute drive from the capital. Open to the public, you won’t be greeted by hard steel and concrete, as the rum distillery is a transformed manor home that radiates a warm and friendly family vibe.
‘Budget’ and ‘Seychelles’. Two words not generally uttered in the same sentence. With an abundance of luxury resorts, prices in the Seychelles can do some serious damage to the bank balance. However, with a little bit of planning (and some local rum) you can make the most of your Seychelles experience without having to move back in with your parents when you get back.