Just the name Fiji sounds exotic. Yet what makes Fiji’s 333 islands part of the South Pacific’s must-see is the fact that with all this exotic atmosphere, a range of familiar activities popular with a wide range of travellers are combined.
What makes Fiji so special is its diverse beauty, from beaches to tropical forests, from uninhabited sandy islands to highlands with villages, rivers and waterfalls to explore. With 333 islands to choose from (only about 100 are inhabited), each visitor can find his own version of paradise, luxury, romance or adventure. Surprisingly, as different as the islands are, they are very accessible and easy to get to Fiji. The main seaside resorts are easily accessible by boat, helicopter or seaplane.
Fiji is for many a paradise on earth, they are covered with palm-lined beaches, reefs full of fish perfect for scuba diving. You are guaranteed to relax during your stay, combining a tanning session and relaxation in a dream setting.
The small town of Savusavu is located on a deep water port visited by many yachts. Behind it, lush mountains rise to form a spectacular backdrop. Off the beaten track, it is a place of breathtaking beauty and authentic Fijian hospitality where you will have the opportunity to meet the local population and get a glimpse into the heart of Fiji. The city of Savusavu is the centre of a wonderfully diverse range of accommodation, Fiji’s Best Scuba Diving, activities and adventures. Savusavu Bay is home to the famous J. Hunter Pearls and the best luxury family resort in Fiji, Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort. There is something for everyone in Savusavu and the surrounding area.
Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is our award-winning luxury holiday destination in the South Pacific. Guests discover a truly amazing vacation experience, focused on rest and relaxation, authentic cuisine and culture, and the exploration of the incredible secrets of nature and the local environment. Our wide variety of unique interactive activities, enriching experiences and attractions make it a perfect getaway for family holidays or romantic couples, including those with a sense of adventure and a desire to discover one of the most beautiful places in the world.
While maintaining its approach and commitment to ecological issues, Emaho Sekawa strives to strengthen the link between the menu and local products. The recipes are inspired by a culinary style that combines international gourmet cuisine with traditional Fijian flavours. The meals are a true reflection of the colourful tropical décor in which they are tasted. The organic garden allows customers to enjoy fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables.