Award-winning resort voted the best 5-star all-inclusive luxury resort in Fiji and the South Pacific.
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Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is set on a beautiful bluff facing the ocean, which was formerly a coconut plantation. 25 luxuriously appointed bures are spread across the 17 acre property, directly in front of stunning Savusavu Bay, with views of the coral reefs and the mountains beyond. You couldn't fiind a more classic Fijian setting.
Overlooking beautiful Savusavu Bay, the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort features just 25 luxurious bures. 5-star accommodation and service amidst quintessential Fiji island serenity. The bures include deluxe king beds, over-sized bathrooms and private decks, perfectly designed for both couples and families. The on site restaurant serves exquisite renditons of local dishes as well as international fare.
Discover boundless things to do and opportunities for fun and adventure for adults and children. From beach sports to traditional Fijian rituals to the truly amazing world that awaits under the water. Guests can enjoy yoga, a spa treatment, excursions on a glass bottomed boat, reef and medicine walks, tennis, paddle boarding, diving, kayaking, volleyball, snorkelling and sailing.
The resort is active in several community, environmental and conservation initiatives including a giant clam project to restock and repopulate these vulnerable coral reef dwellers. The resort formed an alliance with the Seacology group to negotiate with elders from the local village of Nukubalavu, for the construction of a preschool building in exchange for the creation of a 200-acre marine reserve for a duration of 20 years. The resort fully funded and built the preschool. In addition, the resort assists to enforce and protect the reserve. The resort has implemented a mangrove reforestation programme and a created a coral farm. The resort using non-toxic cleaning products, has an organic allotment for fresh produce, a biological waste water treatment system, LED lighting, recycling systems, and a ultra-violet water filtration system.
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