Romance under a thatched roof and natural atmosphere – Possible only at Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji

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The array of coconut plantations with their swaying heads offers a natural shade over the eco-resort, Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji, which is situated in the tranquil atmosphere of the beach of Savusavu Bay. The 17 acres of private property on Vanua Levu Island bordered by the turquoise blue waters of the South Pacific is a perfect destination for guests who want to explore a marine environment. This tropical retreat is the best marine destination among the Fiji Islands. There are 25 bures and villas which are scattered over the beach area to allow guests to enjoy their intimacy in privacy and seclusion. The calm waters of the ocean and the pleasant beauty of the surrounding creates a perfect atmosphere for romantic couples to enjoy their honeymoons. All the thatched roof accommodations are built with local materials to give a perfect traditional Fijian bure style to these havens. A full time marine biologist is there to help guests explore the underwater marine life.

Via www.fijiresort.com

Posted by Bhavesh Bhatia on November 25, 2011 in Travel

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