Located on a former coconut plantation, the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort in Fiji is a place where heavenly surroundings combine with an unsurpassed range of activities. The warm welcome and smiles of all the staff at Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort will stay with guests after the leave.
The Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort features 25 bures (Fijian bungalows) with and a private deck with garden or ocean views. To ensure tranquility, the bures have no telephones or televisions.
Meals are included in the rate and the resort offers an outstanding blend of Fijian cuisine, South Pacific and Asian-inspired delicacies. All meals are included in the stay and served in the restaurant overlooking Savusavu Bay or al fresco poolside. Musicians will serenade guests with traditional Fijian songs, Fijian versions of some old favorites, and even invite guests to participate in a Kava Ceremony. Once a week there is a traditional Fijian Lovo Feast.
Experience endless water sports, like sailing a Hobie Cat over crystal clear waters, kayaking the reef, or catching fish off Savusavu to bring back for the chef to cook. Start the day with laps in the freshwater swimming pool, then snorkel the local clam project. Take a glass bottom boat to the outer reefs with the Marine Biologist.
Experience the best diving in Fiji with packages featuring the award-winning SCUBA diving facilities. The expert dive staff welcomes beginners into the underwater world; expert divers can dive on their own. The resort provides PADI certified courses. Take a low-tide reef walk and encounter the coral ecosystem. Visit a nearby village for traditional Fijian singing and dancing. Hike a tropical rainforest. Other activities include tennis, yoga, volleyball, snorkeling, and local story telling.
For an ideal Fijian family holiday there’s no place like the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort. Discover a host of activities to be enjoyed as a family, with children of any age, on land, on the water, and in the water. The Bula Club offers a seemingly endless program of activities and educational pursuits, while the Family Pool, with its fun water slide, is a favorite part of most Fijian family holidays.
Pamper body and soul with a unique beachside spa treatments, or surrender to a rejuvenating Fijian therapy in a bure. The resort has recently started using “Nui Health Fiji” pure virgin coconut oil harvested locally by the people of the Wailevu Village on the shore of Savusavu Bay. Inhale the earthy coconut aroma, and fall asleep to the sounds of the ocean. The massage therapists are trained by international specialists and have built a reputation for providing a comprehensive range of relaxing and healing treatments.
Once in Fiji, by 50 minute interisland flight from Nadi to Savu Savu, followed by transfer by road to the resort.