Nanuku: Welcome to Pacific Harbour and the adventure of a lifetime

Located on Viti Levu, Fiji’s main island, Pacific Harbour is a destination that is coming into its own. As one of the fastest-growing, fly-in resort destinations, Pacific Harbour attracts thousands of visitors each year. It’s a veritable haven for eco-travelers, outdoor enthusiasts, nature lovers and anyone seeking a tropical adventure paradise. Recreational activities and natural attractions abound. Here you will find an abundance of exciting and varied activities to get the heart pumping: from surfing and shark-diving, to four-wheeling and deep-sea adventure. For a more relaxing adventure, there are plenty of inviting coves and tucked-away island nooks that inspire contemplation as well as exploration.

So much to do, so much time to do it

When you visit Pacific Harbour, you feel as if time has stopped. At Nanuku, life comes to you. On your terms. On your schedule. And there is no shortage of activities here. If you were to scour the ends of the earth in search of the ultimate destination for outdoor recreation, the Fijian Islands would certainly be at the top of the list.



Nanuku gives you easy access to some of the best sailing in the world. Several on-island guided tours allow you to explore the waters around Mamanuca Islands, the Yasawa Islands, and other hidden treasures. Fiji is a haven for tucked away beaches, uninhabited islands, hidden coves, lush bays, and mile after mile of clear water and healthy reefs teeming with marine life. There are plenty of opportunities to anchor down and snorkel or simply lie under swaying palms on a magical shoreline.



Fiji is a surfing paradise, with some of the best swells and breaks in the Pacific. The famous Frigates Pass surf break is celebrated the world-over and has been named one of the Top 10 Surfing Destinations. It’s a surging left-handed tube that breaks over a beautiful coral reef and is one of the most consistent, and accessible, surf spots in Fiji, offering tall surges and a long, wild ride. Unlike most commercial destinations, the beauty of Frigates Pass is it's free from the enormous crowds and is open for hours of excitement.



Fiji is home to some of the most picturesque waterfalls in the world. The trip to the waterfalls is filled with lush vegetation and spectacular views. Once there, you can relax in the pools beneath the waterfalls.



This is not your typical snorkel excursion. Beqa (pronounced Beng-ga), the island's legendary coral reef, is famous for its world-class snorkeling and diving throughout the Beqa Passage. Enjoy the underwater wonders in the clear tropical waters and explore the nearby reef off Nanuku's pristine beach.



Experience the natural treasures of the islands on a highlands rafting adventure. Rivers Fiji is an award-winning tour operator with more than 40 years of experience in whitewater rafting and adventure travel. Raft the unrivaled Upper Navua Gorge and take in the beauty of emerald rainforests, soaring volcanic walls and gushing waterfalls.


Diving & Shark Feeding

Explore some of the world's finest diving where hard coral ledges drop off along walls into the blue abyss. Beqa Lagoon presents a myriad of soft coral ablaze with every color imaginable in long stands waving in the gentle currents. Shark feeding is another experience not to be missed. With the assistance of professional dive masters, black tip reef, grey reef, and female tiger sharks - a close up encounter with one of Fiji's biggest predators at the Shark Reef Marine Reserve.


Big Game Fishing

This is fishing at its finest. Trawl the outer reefs for the hard-fighting wahoo, giant trevally, or something even bigger. And that’s just for starters. These warm Pacific waters are a haven for game fish such as tuna, Spanish mackerel, and mahi mahi. Experienced local operators will ensure a challenging fight with some of the ocean’s fastest fish and even give you the opportunity to fish for magnificent blue marlin in some of the ocean's best hunting grounds.


Beqa Coral Reef

The famous Beqa Lagoon system of coral reefs is home to our own private island. Here you'll find a quintessential deserted island with sand beach, lush rainforest, swaying coconut palms and sandy trails meandering through the shaded canopy. The picturesque island is just two acres and surrounded by clear, azure waters and spectacular sandy beaches for private swimming, snorkeling, and beachcombing. The surrounding reef system teems with marine life and exotic corals. Guided snorkel excursions and scuba diving can be arranged with one of the professional local dive operators.


Sigatoka Sand Dunes

Rich in archaeological history and a treat to the eyes, these rugged and impressive sand dunes are Fiji's first dedicated national park-one of the country's true natural wonders. Located west of the town of Sigatoka on the main island of Viti Levu, the dune system covers an area of 650 hectares. Visitors can tour the area and explore this naturally preserved landmark. For the more adventurous, there is always the rush of sand boarding.


Adventure Hikes

Take a safari into Fiji's lush interior. Or hike to the Waisese Waterfall with a medicine man who will explain the local flora and fauna, as well as traditional food gathering. Travelers can also visit a local village for a kava ceremony with the chief...enjoy a barbecue of fresh local prawns...make their own billibilli (bamboo raft) to float downstream...and take a scenic boat ride past historic sites such as the old Fijian village at the foot of Qara Mountain.


Zip Line

Enjoy the high-flying thrills of the South Pacific's only zip-line adventure, just minutes from Nanuku Resort. Experience the adrenaline rush as you soar through the rainforest canopy, taking in aerial vistas of rivers, waterfalls, and distinctive flora and fauna including tropical birds and other wildlife.


Golfer's Paradise

The Pearl Championship Fiji Golf Course is considered the country's most scenic links. Located in the lush tropical rainforest of Pacific Harbour, the course itself is long and challenging with winding canals, 66 bunkers, and multiple water hazards on 12 of the 18 holes. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., it is arguably the most adventurous golf course in Fiji.