Just a 1 hour flight from Nadi to Savusavu Airport and on the shores of Savusavu Bay, just 4.6 miles from the scenic harbor town of Savusavu, on Fiji’s second largest Island, Vanua Levu sits the little gem that is Jean Michel Cousteau Resort. The award-winning Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort is one of the South Pacific’s most renowned vacation destinations. This traditional Fijian-style resort features 25 private, spacious bures, exceptional dining and service, spa and massage treatments, world-class diving, snorkeling, on-site marine biologist, Bula Club for kids, and much more. Cultural, environmental and recreational programs delight guests of all ages. The five-star experience makes the resort an international favorite for couples, water enthusiasts, and families, who want to combine heavenly surroundings, tranquility and casual luxury with Fijian adventures, learning and fun. No other resort blends relaxation and indulgence with an unsurpassed range of eco-friendly activities when guests are ready to pick up the pace.
- Catamaran sailing
- Kayak to private island
- TV & video room
- Freshwater swimming pool
- Night snorkeling.
- Savusavu farmer’s market trip
- Village church services
- Nukubulavu village trip
- Fijian storytelling
- Palm leaf & basket making demonstration
- Kava ceremony
- Fijian Lovo
- Discover Savusavu town – visit local brewery, copra mill and craft exhibition.
Ecological (Led by our on-site Marine Biologist):
- Guided snorkeling trips
- Nature hikes
- Reef flat walk
- Mangrove tour
- Bird watching
- Reef critters & coral city slide show
- Glass-bottom boat excursions
- Rain forest walk and waterfall hike
- Edible landscape tour
- Clam farm excursion
- Traditional Fijian Medicine walk
- Star gazing
- Night snorkeling
- Slide show presentations
- Daily yoga Class (except Sundays)
- Spa services
- Alcoholic beverages
- Scuba diving including dive gear rental
Unique to this resort
- Awesome SCUBA
- Best kids club in Fiji
- Soft drinks included
25 individual bures: Choose from The Villa (1), Honeymoon Point Reef with Spa(1), Point Reef(4), Oceanfront Suite(3), Two-Bedroom Oceanfront (2), Oceanfront or Gardenview accommodations.
All bures are constructed of local hardwood timbers and have high temple ceilings and non-endangered thatched roofs. Each is furnished with rattan furnishings. There are no telephones (except in The Villa) or televisions in any of the bures, which adds to the serenity of the environment. The bures are elevated to take advantage of the sea breezes and views and are naturally ventilated with hardwood timber louver screened full length windows front & back. All bures have high ceilings and thick thatch. They have a fabulous luxurious king bed with custom-made mattress, single day bed, overhead fans, standing fan, private deck, bath robes, writing desk, French press coffee-maker, tea-making facilities, natural “Pure Fiji” toiletries & hair dryer. Oceanfront bures have a double hammock on the outdoor upper deck. The bathroom with warm Italian tile surfaces offers a large double vanity with generous storage space and a separate shower. Bathrooms can also be accessed directly from the outside deck. There is a mini-bar in each bure which stocked with complimentary bottled soft drinks, bottled Fiji water (Alcohol is extra $)
Rates include all meals
- Breakfast: A la carte- + buffet Continental
- Lunch: Choice of starter/appetizers, 4 main courses and 3 desserts
- Dinner: Choice of starter/appetizers, 3 main courses and 3 desserts
- Beverages: Bottled soft drinks, specialty loose-leaf teas, freshly ground coffee.
- Breakfast: 7:00 am to 10:00 am – Served in oceanfront dining room/restaurant area with parents.
- Lunch: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm – Served at Bula Club or families with children may eat in the oceanfront dining room/restaurant between 11:45 am – 2:00 pm and may order from the main menu or the family menu. Families may choose a beach picnic at no extra charge.
- Dinner: 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm – Served at Bula Club, or families with children may eat in the oceanfront dining room/restaurant area or family deck area from 6:30 – 8:00 pm.
All children are welcome
The best kids club in Fiji “BULA CLUB” and it is FREE!
Bula Club from 9am to 9pm daily enables children 12 and under to learn Fijian arts & crafts and gain an appreciation for protecting and conserving the environment. Bula Club offers Lei Lei and Maua programs, structured to meet the needs of both toddlers and juniors 12 and under. Thanks to Bula Club, full-time nannies and special children’s dining times, adults have some private play time of their own. Of course, there are numerous activities the family will enjoy together, from snorkeling and glass-bottom boat trips to hikes with our own Marine Biologist or award-winning Cultural Host.
Bula Club reflects Jean-Michel Cousteau’s commitment to children as the future caretakers of the earth and its oceans. Each day offers unforgettable adventures and enriching activities that teach our younger guests about Fijian culture and Island environment. We have created a wonderful program where they have fun while they learn about the world around them. Kids love Bula Club and cherish their nannies. The Fijians adore children and our staff attend to their needs with boundless energy and genuine kindness.
Weddings & Honeymooners
Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort offers several types of weddings that capture the essence of the romantic dreams that couples have for their special day. We can also work in partnership to design a range of special wedding ceremonies to suit any style and budget.
The Grand Wedding Ceremony – “Vaka Mau Levu” from $2,150 USD inc. tax
This special wedding ceremony begins against the stunning background of Savusavu Bay, the singing of the village choir and the beating of the lali drum. Fijian warriors in traditional dress escort the groom to await the bridal procession at the “altar,” which is lovingly decorated with palm fronds, tropical flowers and set in the gardens of the resort near the beach. The groom assumes his position and the lali drum begins a wedding beat. The bride is escorted down the jetty by Fijian warriors to the awaiting bili bili, a Fijian bamboo raft festooned with tropical flowers. As the bili bili, poled by Fijian warriors makes its gentle journey across the bay, the procession is accompanied by the unique sound of the davui (a conch shell) that is blown by a warrior on the raft to announce the bride’s arrival. The bili bili is met by awaiting Fijian warrior escorts, who lift the bride ashore and escort her to her awaiting groom and their guests. These activities are accompanied by the joyful a capella singing of the village choir.
Once the traditional western ceremony is complete, the Fijian warriors lead the newlyweds onto the bili bili for their romantic journey back to the dock, where they are f
Resort Stay Options and Pricing
|Garden View Bures||$3,789|
|Point Reef Bures||$5,276|
|Honeymoon Point Reef Bure with Spa||$5,381|