Pacific Harbour was originally developed in the 1970s as a canal residential subdivision offering an alternative lifestyle to urban dwellers. With a mix of locals and expats, Pacific Harbour now serves mainly as a destination for tourists with a focus on adventure.
From budget backpackers to some of Fiji’s finest hotels, the Pacific Harbour has an excellent range of sleeping options no matter what your budget is. At the cheaper end you’ll find basic apartments and bure’s, but there are many fancy resorts and hotels if you want to treat yourself.
Action and adventure is why many people come to Pacific Harbour, and there’s so much here you won’t know where to start.
There are a number of great places to eat around Pacific Harbour, from cheap to high-end. Most restaurants are open for lunch and dinner and offer a mix of international and local cuisines.
Bus services run frequently between Lautoka and Suva through Pacific Harbour, or you can catch a taxi.