Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Savusavu, Fiji
The presidential villa at Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is what #YOLO goals are made of, wedding night wise, since it’s housed in a walled garden for total privacy and has its own infinity pool, outdoor shower, and sunken jacuzzi in the master suite. Sure it’s a bit of a splurge (nightly rates start at $3,000), but you won’t feel any guilt about how much you’re spending when you’re living an eco-conscious lifestyle. Plus, when you’re a twosome inhabiting the presidential villa, you’re subject to all the good perks: guided snorkeling trips with the resident marina biologist, a bottle of wine on arrival, hors d’oeuvres and a cocktail each evening, and 60-minute massages. Run by Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of the legendary explorer Jacques Cousteau, the property features plenty of naturalistic systems like a wastewater-cleaning lagoon and programs to repopulate and reforest the giant clams and mangroves that also call the Fijian resort home. Should you happen to forgo the honeymoon route and choose to vacation as a family instead, you’re in luck. The Bula Club offers all-day nanny service and entertainment options for youngsters like trampolines, swimming pools, and junior-chef cooking classes.