Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Fiji: A 3D documentary becomes reality for guests

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In conjunction with the launch of the new groundbreaking 3D documentary, Wonders of The Sea, Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Fiji is inviting guests to explore the underwater sites as seen in the film.

Renowned oceanographic explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau stars in Wonders of The Sea, immersing viewers on a trip under the ocean from Fiji to the Bahamas, available now on digital and VOD. Narrated by environmentalist Arnold Schwarzenegger and thanks to new breakthrough filming techniques in 3D, viewers will be able to literally dive into a virtually unknown world as Jean-Michel Cousteau and his children embark on a voyage to discover the ocean and learn about the threats that put our ocean at risk.

Travelers eager to experience the underwater adventure for themselves can explore the sites featured in the documentary by visiting Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji, where many of the underwater sites were filmed. The eco-friendly resort has access to the best dive sites Fiji has to offer, including the world-class Namena Marine Reserve, known as “The soft coral capital of the world”, recognized as one of the top 10 dive sites, and offers one of the largest examples of biodiversity on the planet. The award-winning Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort Dive Centre caters for beginners through to the most advanced level of divers,, with anyone from the age of 10 up able to tick diving off their bucket list.

Guests that book six nights or more through the South Pacific Dive & RejuvenationPackage will receive two nights for free. In addition, guests will have a choice of one of the following combinations:

  • Three 1-tank dives for 2 adults (must be certified diver)
  • Three 1-tank dives for 1 adult and three 1-hour “Bobo” massages for the other adult (must be a certified diver)
  • Half-day resort certification course and a 1-tank dive for 1 adult and three 1-hour “Bobo” massages for the other adult.

The South Pacific Dive & Rejuvenation Package is around US$2200 per adult, all-inclusive. The package is valid through Sept 1 – Sept 21, 2019; Oct 14 – Dec 20, 2018; and Jan 4 – Mar 31, 2020.

For more information on Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, or how to get involved in the resort’s new volunteer experiences, please visit

About Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort

The award-winning Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is one of the most renowned vacation destinations in the South Pacific.  Located on the island of Vanua Levu and built on 17 acres of a former coconut plantation, the luxury resort overlooks the peaceful waters of Savusavu Bay and offers an exclusive escape for couples, families, and discerning travelers looking for experiential travel coupled with authentic luxury and local culture.  Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort offers an unforgettable vacation experience that is derived from the natural beauty of the island, personalized attention, and the warmth of the staff.  The environmentally and socially responsible resort offers guests a wide variety of amenities, including specially designed individual thatched-roof bures, world-class dining, an outstanding lineup of recreational activities, unmatched ecological experiences, and an array of Fijian-inspired spa treatments.

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