Heavenly surroundings meet unsurpassed luxury. Pristine coral reefs, spectacular landscapes — premier accommodations and Lovo feasts in beachside bures.
The Jean-Michel Cousteau resort dedicates itself to creating a pristine environment where visitors can physically, mentally, and spiritually rejuvenate.
Natural, gracious hospitality is at the heart of Fijian culture. You’ll be invited to everything — Kava ceremonies, impromptu volleyball games on the beach, dinner, singing, dancing, and visits to the traditional Fiji village of Nukubalavu, where most of the resort staff live.
The resort features just 25 traditional rooms, called bures, for a tranquil, private, and exclusive experience.
Crafted from local timbres, the thatched hut rooms have luxuriously comfortable interiors, with rattan furnishings, plush king-size beds, oversized bathrooms, private decks, and views over the ocean and beautiful tropical gardens.
Treat yourself to sumptuous Fijian cuisine made with ingredients from the resort’s organic garden, serenaded by the soft harmonies of traditional songs. Drink cocktails on the beach. All meals are included in your stay at the resort, and served in the restaurant overlooking Savusavu Bay, al fresco by the pool, or in a romantic beachside bure.
Throughout the resort, pineapples, mangos, papayas, coconuts, and guavas grow for the picking. Every week, there’s a full Lovo feast for your enjoyment.
Do as much (rainforest hiking, waterfall swimming, fishing, snorkelling, sunset yoga) or as little (seaside coconut oil massages, naps in your own private hammock) as you’d like.
The resort has its own resident marine biologist onsite, who’ll take you on a diving excursion, night dive or snorkel to experience the largest variety of fish and coral on the planet. Or take an extraordinary ride in a glass-bottomed boat, and see it all from above.Enquire Back