Located on the island of Vanua Levu on 17 acres of a coconut plantation, the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort in Fiji is one of the South Pacific’s most renowned vacation destinations. Come experience our award-winning, five-star Fiji resort and spa, where heavenly surroundings combine with an unsurpassed range of luxury hotel activities.
For the best family holiday there’s no place like the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort. Discover a host of holiday activities to be enjoyed as a family, with children of any age, on land, on the water, and in the water. The Bula Club, considered to be the best in the South Pacific, offers a seemingly endless program of activities and educational pursuits, while the Family Pool, with its fun water slide, is a favorite part of most family holidays. With new adventures every day, it’s no wonder we’re considered the best boutique resort in Fiji for families. Parents are welcome to join their children in any part of the program as they wish.
Kids love the Bula Club! Our resorts complimentary children’s program features a full schedule of fun activities that encourage kids to explore the Fijian culture, learn about the environment, and the world around them, making the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort one of the best family-friendly resorts in Fiji.
Bula Club includes separate programs for children 5 and under and those between ages 6 and 12.
The club programs are designed to ensure a fun, safe and educational experience for the entire family. Nannies are dedicated to each child 5 and under, and buddies assigned to our kids aged 6 to 12, so parents enjoy a carefree family vacation as a couple and the pleasures of rest, relaxation and romance.
Bula Club’s mission is to help kids develop an appreciation for the world around them. Through fun and engaging educational activities, kids learn how they can enjoy their environment while conserving and protecting it. Our kid friendly resort features a freshwater swimming pool, waterslide, jungle gym, sandbox, arts and crafts, and a dining area.
You can pamper your body and soul with one of our unique beachside spa treatments, or surrender to a rejuvenating Fijian massage in your bure. Our spa resort has recently started using “Nui Health Fiji” pure virgin coconut oil harvested locally by the people of the Wailevu Village on the shores of Savusavu Bay. Inhale the earthy coconut aroma, find yourself mesmerized by their graceful strokes, and fall asleep to the sounds of the ocean. Our massage therapists are trained by international specialists and have built a reputation for providing a comprehensive range of relaxing and healing spa treatments. Browse our selection of massage treatments and prepare for bliss, Fiji-style.
Experience endless water sports, like sailing a Hobie Cat over crystal clear waters, kayaking the reef, or catching fish off Savusavu to bring back to our Chef. Start the day with laps in our freshwater swimming pool, then snorkel the local clam project. Take a glass bottom boat to the outer reefs with our Marine Biologist.
Fiji’s history is one of exploration, and you’ll have boundless opportunities of your own to explore Fiji with an array of unforgettable adventures and excursions. Take a low-tide reef walk and discover our coral ecosystem, visit a nearby village for traditional Fijian singing and dancing, hike a tropical rainforest, explore Savusavu Bay by kayak, or enjoy your own private island.
The weekly schedule of activities include four scheduled off site excursions: a village trip, a rainforest and waterfall hike, a Mangrove trip and a Farmers Market trip on set days complimentary. These Fiji excursions can be arranged privately on other days for a small charge and all other offsite excursions are available to be booked most days for a small charge.
Treat yourself to sumptuous Fijian cuisine, South Pacific and Asian-inspired delicacies. All meals are included in your stay and served in our restaurant overlooking Savusavu Bay or al fresco poolside. Our musicians will serenade you with the soft harmonies of traditional Fijian songs, Fijian versions of some old favourites, and even invite you to participate in a Kava Ceremony. Once a week enjoy a traditional Fijian Lovo Feast. You can also choose a private romantic dinner in a beachside dining bure. Paradise has never tasted so good. - See more at: Here, surrounded by the gentle lapping waves of Savusavu Bay, you’ll experience award-winning Fijian dining under a blanket of stars. Our gourmet cuisine, especially prepared for this enchanted moment, will delight your senses. Feast your eyes as the sunset pales into starlight, another spellbinding day drifting into an enchanting Fijian evening.
Built on the site of a former coconut plantation, the 17-acre Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort features just 25 bures (Fijian bungalows) delivering 5 star lodging amidst quintessential Fiji island serenity. Slip into premier Fiji accommodations, with rattan furnishings, a plush king-size bed, oversized bathrooms, private deck, and bures with garden or ocean views. Our resort accommodations include all meals, bottled non-alcoholic beverages and round-trip transportation between the resort and Savusavu Airport. To enhance tranquility, our bures have no telephones or televisions, however there is complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access.
These spacious garden bures are surrounded by tropical gardens with exotic flowers and include a large deck with outdoor table and chairs. Each Gardenview Bure comes with a king bed and a day bed, making these accommodations ideal for a couple or a family with up to 2 children, 12 years and under (rollaway bed for 2nd child). maximum capacity 3 adults, or 2 adults/2 children.
Oceanfront Bures offer blissful bay views and a spacious split-level deck with outdoor table and chairs, chaise lounges and an inviting hammock. The beachfront Bure comes with a king bed and a day bed, perfect for a couple or a family with up to 2 children, 12 years and under (rollaway bed for 2nd child).
Oceanfront two-bedroom bures
Oceanfront 2-Bedroom Bure make the perfect family accommodation for four or five. The main bedroom features one king bed and one day bed plus a small sitting area, while the smaller second bedroom provides two twin beds. Step outside to uninterrupted breathtaking views from your spacious deck, and relax in the hammock or on the chaise lounges. Maximum capacity 5 adults, or 2 adults/3 children.
Deluxe Oceanfront two-bedroom bures
Designed for honeymoon couples or a family of four or five, our Oceanfront Bure accommodations offer ultimate privacy and sublime views. Enjoy a deck and large stone mosaic patio outside. Each of our Oceanfront Bures includes one custom king bed and a single day bed, plus a king bed in a separate, smaller room.
Point Reef Bures
These secluded, split-level ocean view bures are designed to provide one of the most romantic getaways Fiji has to offer. These ocean view bungalows include plenty of living space, a balcony with chaise lounges, and a spacious deck with outdoor table and chairs. Each Point Reef Bure offers a spectacular ocean view from the living room and bedroom. Children are welcome in these accommodations during specific designated periods over school holidays and summer vacation.
Honeymoon Point Reef Bure with Spa Tub
This one-of-a-kind Bure is similar to the Point Reef Bures, with ample space to enjoy the unmatched Fijian lifestyle, but features its own private spa tub on the deck overlooking the ocean. Located on a secluded point among private gardens, it’s an oasis of private indulgence – the perfect Fiji honeymoon accommodation for couples.
Rivaling the most coveted accommodations in the South Pacific, and throughout the world, the luxury Villa at the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort redefines indoor and outdoor living. Experience a sumptuous ‘home away from home’ in Fiji, with a walled garden, private infinity pool, day bed pavilion, king bed suite with sunken bathroom and Jacuzzi, outdoor shower and so much more.
Located on the island of Vanua Levu. It's around a 50-minute flight north-east of Nadi Airport and then a 20 minute drive from Savusavu Airport to the resort.