HomeBlogs Pulau Jeh Further south in the marine reserve are the islands of Mar and Jeh.
They are mostly covered in native vegetation, and there is a good
chance of spotting turtles in the surrounding waters. Jeh in particular
is known as a favoured nesting spot of hawksbill turtles. This means if
you charter a boat to take you out there, your crew will likely run off
to collect turtle eggs! Since you may prefer not to be the one to
actually facilitate such plunder, make sure you specify that they will
NOT be allowed to do so when negotiating the charter. Seeing the
turtles nest here is made difficult by the fact that when the tide is
high, the water level reaches the edge of the dense bush, making
walking along the beach hard or even impossible.