Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort
Northern Islands, Fiji
A world class boutique property set in an idyllic and secluded location, this is one of the Pacific's most well kept secrets. Jean-Michel Cousteau is an outstanding choice for couples, families and particularly scuba divers.
At a Glance
Some of the best diving in the South Pacific
Spend a day at their very own tiny private island
Fantastic kids club with three pools for them to enjoy
On-site marine biologist, Johnny, will take you for guided snorkels
Go on a trip to the local J. Hunter pearl farm to learn about production and buy some stunning south sea pearls
For a really special experience, hire the private island for the morning or afternoon - be shipwrecked in style on the stunning desert island with nothing but champagne picnic and some snorkels.Scott Dunn team
Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort
The boutique and internationally acclaimed Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort overlooks the pristine waters of Savusavu Bay on Vanua Leve, to the north of the country. Surrounded by spectacular secluded coastline, stunning coral reefs and exotic marine life, this socially and environmentally responsible resort is one of the most renowned destinations in the South Pacific. It offers an authentic Fijian experience for discerning travelers of all ages, combining culture, wellbeing, nature and the local environment as well as total relaxation and exceptional cuisine. Boasting a resident marine biologist and a huge array of complimentary activities, it is a favorite for honeymooners, couples and families alike.
The Scuba diving is out of this world, with incredible sites for divers and snorkellers, as endorsed by Jean-Michel Cousteau himself. Enjoy many other non d watersports such as sailing and kayaking or on land enjoy tennis, volleyball and plenty more. You can take trips inland to local villages to experience their unique culture first hand and perhaps even enjoy a Sunday church service, where the singing has to be heard to be believed! Wellbeing is also an important theme here, with daily yoga, wonderful spa treatments in beach-side cabanas and delicious cuisine. The food is international standard with a pan Asian and seafood emphasis.
One of the highlights of staying here is the option to hire the hotel's very own private island for the morning or afternoon and have a desert island experience complete with champagne picnic - truly Robinson Crusoe in style! For families, this is an excellent choice of resort as the Bula Club has facilities for children from 6 months upwards and a very educational program is in place.
Situated on a former coconut plantation within 17 acres of private land there are just 25 bures at the Jean-Michel Cousteau resort allowing for ultimate privacy, comfort and luxury. The serenity of Fijian island life is all around with traditional rattan furniture, beautiful tropical gardens and no telephone all television for complete tranquility. All the bures, the traditional Fijian bungalow house, feature King beds, oversized bathrooms and private decking with views of the ocean or pretty gardens.
The Gardenview Bures are surrounded by the tropical gardens and their exotic flowers. They feature a king bed, day bed, spacious bathroom, large decking area with table and chairs and a desk in the bedroom.
The Oceanview Bures enjoy a relaxing view of the bay and the ocean beyond. They feature a king bed, day bed, spacious bathroom, large split level decking area with table and chairs, chaise longue and hammock, and a desk in the bedroom.
|Oceanfront Suite Bure||
The Oceanfront Suite Bures enjoy a sublime sea view, and offer up to 4 people ultimate privacy. These split level bures feature two bedrooms with king beds, day bed, spacious bathroom, large decking area with table and chairs and stone mosaic patio, chaise longue and hammock, and a desk in the bedroom.
|2 Bedroom Oceanfront Bure||
The Oceanfront Suite Bures enjoy a sublime sea view, and offer up to 4 people ultimate privacy. These split level bures feature two bedrooms, the first with a king bed and a day bed, the second with two twin beds. Also includes: spacious bathroom, large decking area with table and chairs and stone mosaic patio, chaise longue and hammock, and a desk in the bedroom.
|Point Reef Bure||
Point Reef Bure is a split level bure with a spectacular sea view from the living room and the bedroom. There is also a separate living room with bar area and seating area. Also features a bedroom with king bed, spacious bathroom, large decking area with table and chairs and stone mosaic patio, chaise longue and hammock, and a desk in the bedroom.
|Honeymoon Point Reef Bure||
Honeymoon Point Reef Bure is the height of romantic exclusion for two with a spectacular sea view to be enjoyed from the private spa tub. There is also a separate living room with bar area and seating area. Also features a bedroom with king bed, spacious bathroom, large decking area with table and chairs and stone mosaic patio, chaise longue and hammock, and a desk in the bedroom.
The Villa is one of the South Pacific's finest getaways for two. It is the height of luxury with its seamless outdoor/indoor living setup. Set in its own private walled garden it features a private infinity pool, day bed pavilion, outdoor shower, kitchenette and BBQ. The bedroom features king bed, and leads to sunken bathroom with spa tub, shower and chaise longue.
Excellent child care at the Bula Club - the best child care in Fiji - taking children from 6 months onwards. 1 nanny is dedicated to each child and the club is divided into different age ranges, offering a huge variety of activities for all ages. There is an emphasis on education and local culture so your children can learn about the wonderful country they are visiting and particularly the local environment and marine landscape.
Rates are on a full board basis with all meals included. The food is of exceptionally high quality and on an a la carte basis.
Plenty of activities for adults and children alike provided every day. Choose from cultural activities - village visits, kava drinking, local church services and Fijian storytelling - to non d watersports including sailing, kayaking, snorkeling and tennis. The dive school and ecology is led by the onsite marine biologist with nature hikes, reef walks, spectacular diving and stargazing. Excellent massages and yoga also available.
Location & Directions
Northern Islands, Fiji
Located on the island of Vanua Levu on 17 acres of a coconut plantation, on a secluded peninsula just 10-minutes from Savusavu overlooking the peaceful waters of Savusavu Bay.
When to go
Maximum temperatures rarely move out of the 31°C (88°F) to 26°C (79°F) range all year round. Southeast trade winds from March to November bring dry weather and the rainy season runs from December to April.
Fiji does have a wet season, which is characterized by heavy, brief local showers and contributes most of the country’s annual rainfall. The wet season is normally from November to April and results from the southerly movements of the South Pacific Convergence Zone. Cyclones do occur in Fiji and are normally confined to wet season.
The best months for vacationing in regards to Fiji weather is late March through to early December.