The Fabulous Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort
After you reach the airport, there’s only a short drive towards the hotel. However, if you don’t fancy rides in the middle of the ocean, you may charter a seaplane from Nadi to the resort’s private dock.
The resort is a superb get-away, surrounded by tropical atmosphere, overlooking Savusavu Bay. The retreat also puts at your disposal a full-time marine biologist, in case you want to know more about the underwater life. The place served as a coconut plantation in the past, but has now evolved to a luxurious and inviting resort.
Accommodation services come with 25 bungalows in the typical Fijian thatched style, furnished with rattan. The Italian tile baths offer the same level of comfort as your city equivalent, while the decks provide breathtaking views. One interesting factor is that TVs and telephones are totally missing, allowing you to enjoy the songs of the local birds.
Once you’re here, you may do a lot of activities, from rainforest-hiking to marine exploration assisted by the marine biologist, on a glass-bottomed boat. Diving among the coral reefs would be the best you can do here, but others may prefer a relaxing Fijian massage session at the spa.
After you experience all these, there’s one more thing to try – the culinary side of your vacation will be pampered by the local cuisine in an open-air restaurant. There’s also something to do for your kids as well – send them on a staff-led frog hunt.
All these are available starting at $633 per night. The Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort’s staff is more than happy to welcome you and your beloved ones.