Jamelah Beach Guest House

Address: Au Cap, Mahe Island, Seychelles Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Au Cap, Mahe Island, is near Botanical Gardens, Clock Tower, Seychelles National Museum, and French Cultural Center.
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      Travel Blogs from Mahe Island

      Coco De Mer is world's Biggest cocanut

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Oct 01, 2014

      2 comments, 26 photos

      ... unique to the park is its wildlife, including birds such as the rare Seychelles Black Parrot (found only on the island of Praslin), mammals, crustaceans, snails, and reptiles.

      The people of the Seychelles have been working to eliminate all the introduced exotic species of plants from the park but this has not been successful in eliminating coffee, pineapple, and ornamental palms thus far. This forest, with its primitive plant and animal species, is a ...

      Diving Jackpot

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 30, 2014

      3 comments, 24 photos

      ... moving. We were at the petting zoo! Two more appeared in front of us and slowly swam about unconcerned about our presence in their environment.

      We saw many small reef sharks on this and other dives. We have never seen so many sharks that were only a couple feet in length. We were told the next day that a few years ago were were two bull shark attacks which scared the locals and with the help of their media ...

      Overview of diving in the Seychelles

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 26, 2014

      3 comments, 18 photos

      ... The Seychelles are comprised of several hundred islands situated in the middle of the Indian Ocean. Most islands are granite and quite mountainous. Actually they are the tops of granite mountains that have been submerged by the Indian Ocean over eons of time. The granite extends into the sea to a maximum depth of 20 meters. There is a fair amount of hard coral including occasional giant brain coral formations. Our diving was limited to a selection of around 30 sites, ...

      Middle of a Barracuda Vortex

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Dec 03, 2013

      5 photos

      ... alllllllll teeth! Big Teeth! There were probably about 125-150 barracudas swimming around us constantly. We were in the middle of a barracuda vortex. A virtual tornado of barracuda. I’ve never been bothered by barracuda and have been extremely close to them before so I wasn’t really worried but I’d never seen this many, nor have I had them circle me. They were probably ...

      Dive Day

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Nov 28, 2013

      7 photos

      ... the front of the underhang and the ray is not happy. He is fluffing up the bottom by waving his sides and stiring up the sand and gravel on the bottom. Visibility drops as he has a lot of bottom floating around him now. But we still don’t really leave so he looks for a hole in our circle and takes it and glides away from the group. He didn’t go far to get under another overhang and we found him ...