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Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort

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The award-winning, five-star Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort is one of the most renowned vacation destinations in the South Pacific. Located on the island of Vanua Levu on 17 acres of a coconut plantation, the accommodations overlook the peaceful waters of Savusavu Bay.

The acclaimed resort is an international favorite for romance, honeymoons and weddings; scuba diving; and families, who want to combine heavenly surroundings and exceptional dining with an unsurpassed range of eco-friendly activities. No other Fiji Island resort combines relaxation and indulgence with an unsurpassed range of eco-friendly activities when guests are ready to pick up the pace. Trip Advisor recently voted us the #1 World's Top eco resort.

A sister resort to the Post Ranch Inn and the Hotel Hana-Maui, Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort is the only resort that employs a full-time marine biologist to help visitors appreciate the underwater world of Fiji through guided snorkel and dive trips, natures including, rainforest and water tour, mangrove tours, reef-flat walks and evening slide presentations allowing guests of all ages to get a better understanding of how works and create an appreciation for the value of our natural heritage in order to guide future generation to live more sustainably on the planet.

www.fijiresort.com

 

 
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