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Pacific Harbour

Pacific Harbour Fiji
Pacific Harbour Fiji referred to as Pac Harbour by the locals, is the home to the world famous Beqa Lagoon and the Beqa Island fire walkers.

Beqa (pronounced as bengga) Lagoon stretches out directly in front of the township of Pacific Harbour which is situated on the south east coast of Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu.

Pacific Harbour is easily accessible by regular road transport service via The Queens Road which traverses the area known as the Coral Coast which has arguably some of the most beautiful coastline in all of Fiji.

Sea Fiji Reefs tour vessel the “SEA VENTURE” is located in Pacific Harbour which is also referred to as the Adventure Capital of Fiji and is your central departure point for your coral reef exploration adventures.

Pacific Harbour is more than a destination it’s an experience with its well established resort style residential garden villas nestled along the waterways, lake foreshores, and in the numerous sheltered enclaves around the center piece championship golf course, locals and ex-pats from all over the world call Pac Harbour home. While you are here take a walk through the residential areas and you will see why Pac Harbour is so different from other typical resort towns, it has that special island feeling! Watch out it’s contagious.

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Beqa Lagoon is one of the largest lagoons in the south pacific and has an area covering over 100 square kilometers and is internationally renowned for its crystal clear waters, colourful coral reef systems and the abundance of exotic tropical fish species. Beqa Island was formed by volcanic uplift and has an area of 36 sq. kms of rugged and stunning beauty, it has an outer barrier reef system that stretches for over 68kms to enclose the exquisite waters around the island. This wonderful lagoon and its reef systems ensure that we have access to a multiple selection and variety of corals, reef formations and associated marine life.

This natural barrier reef structure is the reason that we can provide our guests with pristine reef viewing opportunities regardless of wind, current and the occasional sediment outflows from rivers and creeks that usually affects the water clarity and visibility on most other coral reef systems.

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