Oceanographer Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of legendary undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau, will be visiting the celebrated eco-luxury Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort located on the island of Vanua Levu, Fiji, this fall from September 14-21. During his stay, guests at the resort will have the rare opportunity to dive with Jean-Michel and explore the ocean through the eyes of one of the world’s most renowned environmental heroes.
There is no better place to learn SCUBA than the spectacular Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort in Fiji. It was Jean-Michel’s legendary father, Jacques-Yves Cousteau, who pioneered SCUBA gear during World War II when he co-created the Aqua-Lung, a twin-hose underwater breathing apparatus, with which he and his crew were able to explore and film parts of the ocean depths that had never been seen before.
With the unique advantage of Jean-Michel’s expertise, Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is recognized for providing the best dive sites Fiji has to offer. From sites just 10 minutes away to the world-class Namena reefs, the resort offers a variety of dives for novices and experts alike. The dive center at the resort offers the most cutting-edge equipment and the most experienced staff on the island. Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort uniquely combines unparalleled dive capabilities and an expert staff with luxurious accommodations and amenities not typically found at dive resorts.
What’s more, guests can easily become certified to dive in just three days. An introduction begins with an instructor-led 30-minute lesson in the swimming pool. A resort course follows this, beginning with video instruction, in-pool instruction and then a shallow dive (up to 18 meters).
For more information, visit: www.fijiresort.com.