Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort
These 17 acres of former coconut plantation now house 25 eco-friendly bures, all with private decks, ocean views and an unarguable feeling of quality. The nearby town of Savusavu has a charming bay and farmer’s market, where the produce for the hotel’s weekly Fijian feast is bought. The resort’s organic garden is meticulously cared for by dedicated staff who apply traditional Fijian agricultural methods combined with sustainable practices learned from international crop production experts. Resort-wide edible vegetation mean guests can enjoy tropical fruits, including pineapple, mango, papaya, coconut, guava and more, all included in our edible landscaping.
An up and coming destination on Vanua Levu, this formerly remote spot is now home to some of Fiji’s best boutique resorts. In many ways it has retained a traditional feel, with a tranquil marina where you can charter boats to explore the nearby coast. It’s also a hub for sports fishing and cultural tours, and has a regular ferry service if you’re looking for a base.