Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort is located on Vanua Levu, the second largest island in Fiji. The resort offers seclusion, romantic atmosphere and a sense of adventure combined with luxury services such as spa treatments, ocean-front swimming pool and an open-air restaurant.
Guests are accommodated in twenty-five eco-friendly thatched-roof bures with ocean or garden views, perfect for honeymooners. The bures come with a private deck and are furnished in natural style without telephones or TV sets.
If you are looking for adventure on your vacation, the resort operates a PADI and TDI certified scuba diving school which offers beginner, advanced and specialty courses, including underwater photography. Guests can rent scuba diving and photography equipment at the resort.
As soon as you arrive on the island, reward yourself with a native Fijian Island Massage on your private deck, especially if this is your honeymoon. Afterwards, head to the bar which serves exotic drinks.
The resort offers a variety of complimentary activities, including rain forest hikes, waterfall excursions, Fijian arts & crafts, organic garden tours, sea kayaking, sailing, glass bottom boat tours and tennis. Children under 9 years old can attend the Bula Camp where daily activities include beach combing, planting, fish painting and Fijian arts and crafts.
The restaurant at the resort serves contemporary Fijian, South Pacific and International cuisine. Relaxed atmosphere is created by live entertainment featuring local Fijian and American songs. If you prefer privacy, you can reserve a romantic candlelight dinner for two on the pier.
Flight time from the West Coast of the United States to Nadi International Airport or Suva Airport is approximately 11 hours and 30 minutes. Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort is 55 minutes by plane from Nadi and 40 minutes by plane from Suva. The resort provides complimentary transportation from Savusavu Airport to the resort.
The resort enjoys warm tropical climate year round. Fijian summer is November through March with average land temperature from 80 - 90 degrees and average water temperature 80 - 83 degrees. Winter (April through October) is less hot and drier than summer, with average land temperature 75 - 80 degrees and water temperature 70 - 80.
Rates start from US $455 per night for a Gardenview bure and from US $795 for a Honeymoon Point Reef bure with a spa tub.