Published: 05 August 2016 by: Emily Russ

Escape to paradise at Jean-Cousteau Resort

Renowned Fijian Resort Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is set to reopen in September, following restorations after cyclone Winston in February. 

Undergoing extensive renovations, the resort's former splendour has been further enhanced to feature a new dedicated spa, expanded pier and swimming pool, plus newly designed and furnished bures and suites. Situated in pristine surroundings, the resort boasts spectacular views of the nearby mountains, landscaped tropical gardens and shores of the serene Savusavu Bay, making it a traveller's tropical heaven. 

A former coconut plantation, the 17-acre property is home to 25 newly thatched bures with stunning coral reef and mountain views. With three glamorous swimming pools, an impressive restaurant, spa and PADI dive centre, there's plenty for guests to discover whilst enjoying a truly intimate Fijian getaway. Also offering guided snorkel and dive trips with Fiji's only resident marine biologist, exciting rainforest hikes, kayaking and sailing experiences, the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort has been restored with respect to its natural surroundings, taking as little from the environment as possible.

For an unforgettable island getaway or Fijian honeymoon, the soon-to-be-opened Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort promises to be paradise found. To find out more or book your stay, visit the website here

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