Pacific Harbour, Fiji Accommodation Me - The Adventure Capital of Fiji

Pacific Harbour is known as the Adventure Capital of Fiji. It is here that you can snorkel or dive in Bega Lagoon declared by Jacque Cousteau to be the 'Soft Coral Capital of the World'. Feed the sharks or take on some big game fishing. Or maybe you would prefer to explore Pacific Harbour's lush interior rivers, waterfalls and native villages. Zip line through the tropical rainforest, float down a river on a bamboo raft (Bilibili) or pick up the pace with some white water rafting. And make time to play a round of golf at the Robert Trent Jones Jr 18-hole course or stroll along the longest, safest and best sand beach in Fiji. Pacific Harbour is a 2 ½ hour drive along the Coral Coast from Nadi, and a 45min drive from Suva. Alternatively you can fly in Taunovo Airstrip on a chartered flight.

Vatulele Island

Pacific Habour

The beautiful Pacific Harbour region is located 139 km from Nadi and 49 km west of Suva. Pacific Harbour best known as the 'Adventure Capital', was developed as a complete visitor destination with its own 18 hole championship golf course and inland waterway.Pacific Harbour has a got one of the best beaches along this coastline of Viti Levu. It is a convenient weekend beach escape for the people of Suva as well as a tourist destination. Fishing and a host of other activities await the visitor.In the heart if Pacific Harbour you can find the Arts Centre and The 18-hole Championship Golf Course. The arts Centre is a combined colonial style shopping centre and historical park. The shops are always open and you will find some gifted artisans and surprisingly good prices. Times for tours through the cultural centre vary so it pays to call ahead to verify. The "Pearl Championship Golf Course" is the most challenging golf course in Fiji. Set amongst tropical rainforests and winding canals, the course has 66 bunkers and multiple water hazards on 12 of the 18 holes.

Pacific Habour

The beautiful Pacific Harbour region is located 139 km from Nadi and 49 km west of Suva. Pacific Harbour best known as the 'Adventure Capital', was developed as a complete visitor destination with its own 18 hole championship golf course and inland waterway.Pacific Harbour has a got one of the best beaches along this coastline of Viti Levu. It is a convenient weekend beach escape for the people of Suva as well as a tourist destination. Fishing and a host of other activities await the visitor.In the heart if Pacific Harbour you can find the Arts Centre and The 18-hole Championship Golf Course. The arts Centre is a combined colonial style shopping centre and historical park. The shops are always open and you will find some gifted artisans and surprisingly good prices. Times for tours through the cultural centre vary so it pays to call ahead to verify. The "Pearl Championship Golf Course" is the most challenging golf course in Fiji. Set amongst tropical rainforests and winding canals, the course has 66 bunkers and multiple water hazards on 12 of the 18 holes.

Navua

The township of Navua lies east of Fiji's Pacific Harbour along the banks of the Navua River. The Navua River which flows for 65 km from the south east slope of Mt Gordon is popular with river rafting adventurers. One of the most uniquely Fijian experiences you can have in Pacific Harbour is to float down the river aboard the unsinkable bilibili bamboo raft aka "HMS No Come Back". Experience the way Fijian ancestors used to travel before roads and motor vehicles were introduced. Bilibili's are not the only way to experience the Navua River area. You can also kayak, white water raft and motorboat. The scenery is amazing and the welcome you will receive from local villagers exceptional.And if that is not enough for you then you just have to try Fiji's newest adventure - canopy zip lining, the only ones in the south pacific! Feel the rush as you soar through the rain forest amongst the jungle trees, amazing wildlife and breath taking flowers. Zip Fiji is a short 20mins east from Pacific Harbour in the heart of the tropical forest of the Wainadoi Mountains.

Navua

The township of Navua lies east of Fiji's Pacific Harbour along the banks of the Navua River. The Navua River which flows for 65 km from the south east slope of Mt Gordon is popular with river rafting adventurers. One of the most uniquely Fijian experiences you can have in Pacific Harbour is to float down the river aboard the unsinkable bilibili bamboo raft aka "HMS No Come Back". Experience the way Fijian ancestors used to travel before roads and motor vehicles were introduced. Bilibili's are not the only way to experience the Navua River area. You can also kayak, white water raft and motorboat. The scenery is amazing and the welcome you will receive from local villagers exceptional.And if that is not enough for you then you just have to try Fiji's newest adventure - canopy zip lining, the only ones in the south pacific! Feel the rush as you soar through the rain forest amongst the jungle trees, amazing wildlife and breath taking flowers. Zip Fiji is a short 20mins east from Pacific Harbour in the heart of the tropical forest of the Wainadoi Mountains.

Yanuca Island

Yanuca Island is located in Beqa lagoon, south of Viti Levu. Yanuca Island offers visitors beautiful beaches, spectacular diving and world class surfing at Frigates Passage. Yanuca Island is popular with day trippers and divers. Backpacker accommodation is available offering warm Fijian hospitality and surfing tranfers.

Yanuca Island

Yanuca Island is located in Beqa lagoon, south of Viti Levu. Yanuca Island offers visitors beautiful beaches, spectacular diving and world class surfing at Frigates Passage. Yanuca Island is popular with day trippers and divers. Backpacker accommodation is available offering warm Fijian hospitality and surfing tranfers.

Beqa

The small rugged island of Beqa ( pronounced Benga) lies 5km south of Viti Levu's Pacific Harbour and is the original home of traditional Fijian firewalking. Beqa is a rugged, volcanic island and is surrounded by a 38-mile coral reef that is noted for its many dive spots. Just of the southwest part of the island, in the lagoon, is Frigates Passage - a noted surfing spot.Shark feeding anyone?If you are a scuba diver and want to experience the ultimate thrill of shark feeding you can join two Pacific Harbour dive operators and witness the hand feeding of shark in protected fish sanctuaries that are teeming with hundreds of species of tropical fish. Bull sharks are the predominant species of shark in the Beqa Lagoon Marine Park however you may also encounter Sicklefin Lemon sharks, Twany Nurse harks, Silvertip sharks, Blacktip and Whitetip Reef sharks and even the huge Tiger shark.

Beqa

The small rugged island of Beqa ( pronounced Benga) lies 5km south of Viti Levu's Pacific Harbour and is the original home of traditional Fijian firewalking. Beqa is a rugged, volcanic island and is surrounded by a 38-mile coral reef that is noted for its many dive spots. Just of the southwest part of the island, in the lagoon, is Frigates Passage - a noted surfing spot.Shark feeding anyone?If you are a scuba diver and want to experience the ultimate thrill of shark feeding you can join two Pacific Harbour dive operators and witness the hand feeding of shark in protected fish sanctuaries that are teeming with hundreds of species of tropical fish. Bull sharks are the predominant species of shark in the Beqa Lagoon Marine Park however you may also encounter Sicklefin Lemon sharks, Twany Nurse harks, Silvertip sharks, Blacktip and Whitetip Reef sharks and even the huge Tiger shark.

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