Le Meridien Fisherman's Cove

Address: PO Box 35, Bel Ombre, Mahe Island, Seychelles Islands | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on PO Box 35, Bel Ombre, is near Botanical Gardens, Clock Tower, Seychelles National Museum, and National Library and Art Gallery.
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      Travel Blogs from Bel Ombre

      Beau Vallon and Bai Royal

      A travel blog entry by n6tk on Jan 05, 2015

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... you stop with a jerk and look up to the ceiling. It's like some beast out of a Stephen King novel.
      But when the weather changed and the sun came out Mahe, the largest island, is so perfect it's no wonder Germans and Russians flock here. They lounge around the pools and wallow in speedos on white sand beaches. Every hotel, from the exotic resorts where every bungalow has it's own ...

      Coco De Mer is world's Biggest cocanut

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Oct 01, 2014

      2 comments, 26 photos

      ... 8221; valley. He considered as the forbidden fruit because of its aphrodisiac quality. His observation was that the peculiar suggestive shape of its fruits was to have “caused the plague of our forefathers in the Garden of Eden". With a 4 inch thick husk it would be impossible for Eve to bite though, to which Gordon had no plausible answer. According to a popular legend built around the palm species, the nut has religious significance in India.

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      Diving Jackpot

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 30, 2014

      3 comments, 24 photos

      ... the tourists. The government rushed to correct the situation putting a large bounty on sharks. The result is a shortage of sharks and possibly the reason we saw so many small ones. If they don’t recover, the entire under water eco system of the area could be damaged. Here is an example of unintended consequences gone amuck.

      At the end of this day of diving, we felt we had hit the jack pot. We ended ...

      Overview of diving in the Seychelles

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 26, 2014

      3 comments, 18 photos

      ... us for two days. Locals meet so few "Americans” they assume we are from the UK.


      Octopus has two fast boats that comfortably handle six divers and can stretch to eight. They are fast, powered by twin four stroke 140’s or 100’s. On Sundays they only planned a two tank dive. It had been raining straight down with zero wind and the seas were calm. They decided to pack nine divers into one boat and go to Mariana Island. This is the ...

      Whose idea was this???

      A travel blog entry by tonyandmarina on Nov 14, 2007

      3 photos

      Today the sun is shining when we get up. The boat is full of ... French. If there is something more annoying than Germans, it is the French. And the East bloc. I do not sound very tolerant, do I? The second dive is only Mark. Linda, us and the diving master: it is a ball! By the time we come home, it is raining again. Is this supposed to be a tropical paradise? Lunch at home and pleasant afternoon. Dr T calls the travel agency, since they do not call us. As expected: no news. ...