Fiji is a brilliant place for a wedding or a honeymoon – and an even more perfect choice for a babymoon. As soon to be parents, you may be thinking about ecologically friendly choices for your last hurrah before the baby arrives, and the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort in Savusavu Bay, Fiji, allows you to enjoy your holiday responsibly.
Things to do while babymooning in Fiji
The Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort offers several options for couples on a romantic babymoon. You can cruise the bay while sipping mocktails, enjoy sunning in relaxation on the beach, or even light snorkeling. Spend lazy afternoons in our beautifully appointed spa experiencing heavenly treatments ranging from wraps to relaxing massages, all based on traditional, generational Fijian therapies. The ingredients in all spa products are natural and locally sourced, including fresh papaya, pineapple and local nuts as well as cacao and hand-pressed virgin coconut oil from a local village. Want to know more about holistic Fiji medicine? Join a traditional Fijian medicine walk after a morning of gentle yoga on the beach.
Hoping to spice up your romance before late nights and nappies take over? Dine under the starlight or go for long walks on the beach hand in hand before returning to the resort for a sumptuous night of luxury in one of our 25 exclusive bures. Have a child already? A dedicated nanny can take over so you and your loved one can have some alone time just making memories together.
You can even get away for an afternoon on a private island, with a picnic lunch and a chance to birdwatch while discussing baby names. It's a chance to reconnect and make plans for the future. All of our activities are geared to be eco- and family-friendly, making your romantic couples babymoon stay as enjoyable and guilt-free as possible.
Pregnant woman health
Worried about going on holiday while expecting? Fiji has not had Zika transmission in years, and the last recorded case was early 2017. As long as you take appropriate precautions against mosquito bites as you normally would, there should be minimal risk. As always, see your doctor before planning any holiday trip, and make sure your vaccinations are up to date. Monitor your sun exposure, and get plenty of rest while staying hydrated.
It's a wonderful time in your life when you start to grow your family. Celebrate your transition into a whole new era with the babymoon you and your partner deserve.