Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort
Quintessential Fiji island serenity
What we think
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Built to resemble a traditional Fijian village, Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Fiji is a multiaward-winning, inclusive, eco-sensitive boutique resort, and one of the most renowned vacation destinations in the South Pacific. Guests of all ages enjoy recreational, immersive cultural, wellness, and nature activities, with ecological exploration, understated luxury, and traditional Fijian hospitality. Surrounded by a marine sanctuary, this resort boasts world-class snorkeling and diving, a private island for exclusive use by couples and families, two resident marine biologists, and family facilities offering educational kids’ programs.
Restaurants & Bars
Adult & Family Dining - Dining on the shore of Savusavu Bay is a truly unique experience. The combination of exotic culinary offerings, the extensive, eclectic wine list, and the spectacular views over the water and the mountains beyond make it second to none.
Private Dining on the Pier - A favorite of many of our guests is to reserve the pier or one of our secluded beach-side dining decks for a private dining experience.
Traditional Fijian "Lovo" Feast - The traditional Fijian “Lovo” feast is a remarkable festive event celebrated every week at the resort. The principal delicacies are prepared in a fire pit with hot embers covered with banana leaves.
Cocktails & Relaxation - A seemingly never-ending selection of cocktail creations are expertly prepared by our friendly staff.