Dazzling Seychelles Footage to Lure Guests from Romania
- The Seychelles will be featured in the popular show by Romanian PROTV La Măruță.
- The show’s popularity is expected to add significant visibility and profile to the Seychelles.
- Viewers get a glimpse of delicious Creole cuisine through a fun cooking exchange between local chef Marcus Freminot and the show’s host.
A crew from PROTV from Romania recently visited the Seychelles filming the destination’s highlights – from beaches and outdoor activities to cultural and entertainment options – featured on a popular show called La Măruță.
The show, broadcast by PROTV, is hosted by Cătălin Maruță, who comes from a famous and popular family of TV stars from Romania. The show’s popularity is expected to greatly increase the Seychelles’ visibility and profile in this market as winter sets in and everyone dreams of a perfect retreat in a warm and welcoming place like the tiny islands in the Indian Ocean.
Viewers get a glimpse of delicious Creole cuisine through a fun cooking exchange between local chef Marcus Freminot and the show’s host, Andreea Dociu, in which they prepare traditional dishes from their respective countries.
Chef Freminot presents a delicious fried fish with Creole sauce as well as a side dish of chicken curry and a mango chutney, while presenter Dociu presents a hearty and rich main course with polenta (cornflower), Parmesan cheese, bacon and egg.
The specially selected dishes will seduce the travelers’ taste buds and tempt them to travel to Seychelles to taste the amazing and intense flavors of the destination for themselves.
The crew also went on a tour of Mahé, filming unique local experiences that tourists often miss. They visited the Trois Frères distillery in La Plaine Ste André to learn the interesting history of locally produced Takamaka rum and indulge in an exquisite rum tasting.
No vacation in the Seychelles is complete without “island hopping” and PROTV will give its viewers the experience of a flight to Praslin and a sea voyage to the nearby island of La Digue.