Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort

Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort
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Reviewed by Travis Marshall

With Cousteau in its name—Jean-Michel is Jacques Cousteau's son—it's no wonder that this lavish five-star resort on the Fijian island of Vanua Levu has diving at its heart. And not only has the resort been internationally recognized as one of the world's premier dive operations, it has also received multiple awards for its environmental programs, which include the island's first recycling program, a full-time marine biologist who leads educational tours through local ecosystems,

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Arts and Crafts,Beach Activities,Biking,Birding,Cultural Activities,Fitness and Beauty,Gourmet Dining,Hiking,Kayaking,Kids' Club,Live Entertainment,SCUBA Diving,Sailing,Saltwater Fishing,Shopping,Spa and Massage,Swimming Pool,Tennis,Volleyball,Wildlife/Nature Programs
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Awaken to Paradise - Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort is one of the most internationally appealing, romantic and exclusive vacation destinations in the South Pacific. With seventeen picturesque oceanfront acres, this warm and intimate world-class resort is located on the island of Vanua Levu, three miles from the town of Savusavu.

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By Away Travel Expert : Matt Link
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Beach Expert Rating 5.0 out of 5
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Scuba Diving,Snorkeling
Founded by Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of the late sea explorer Jacques Cousteau, this resort looks like an old-time Fijian village set on 17 acres of a coconut plantation, overlooking the peaceful waters of Savusavu Bay and fronting a large beach. A sister resort to the upscale Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur and Cavallo Point in Sausalito, this is far from roughing it. Many of the buildings may be thatched bure style, but the bungalows are completely luxurious and roomy, with ceiling fans and

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