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For those seeking accommodation to witness the amazing shark feeding dives from Pacific Harbour, then Lagoon Resort, on the banks of a tranquil inland waterway, is the place to stay here at Pacific Harbour, the SCUBA and adventure sports capital of Fiji.
Diving in: Fiji - Viti Levu Coral Coast & Beqa Lagoon
Dive type: Boat dives
Divers: Max. 16
In 2006, the resort's Beqa Adventure Divers were awarded the AON Fiji Excellence in Tourism Award for Diving. It has the sole right to a nearby shark feeding concession. Quite probably the best shark dive in the world!! The perfect way to spend a few days as part of a wider Fijian scuba diving holiday - a few dives with huge sharks and meaty reef predators - what a great add-on!
Here you get the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of seeing bull sharks up close and personal. Other regulars include the enormous tiger shark, silvertips, reef and sicklefin lemon sharks. Voted by PADI's Scuba Diver Australasia magazine as Joint Best Shark Dive in the World
. You can also dive the sites of Beqa Lagoon from here too.
This family run resort set in tropical gardens on the banks of the Qaraniqio River is your gateway to a magical scuba vacation, playing golf or simply relaxing by the pool. All international flights to the Fijian Islands arrive and depart from Viti Levu, so it's an ideal final destination for those who do not wish to take a domestic flight. It is also the perfect add-on to your holiday if you do visit the outer islands, so why not treat yourself to a few more days of unforgettable scuba diving?
Political leaders and dignitaries from Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and many other Pacific nations have treated themselves to a stay here. You too can pretend to be important as a special guest of the resort. One thing is sure: although you may need only a few days here your memories of the Fiji sharks will live forever.
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Rooms, Beds, Bathrooms, Views...
All 23 rooms at Lagoon Resort have balconies or patios that face the lagoon or canal. There are 6 suites, 4 studios, 7 deluxe and 6 standard rooms.
All the rooms are large and have:
- Air-conditioning and ceiling fans
- Balcony or patio with lagoon or canal views
- Private Italian marble bathroom with hot water shower, towels and toiletries
- Satellite TV and international telephone
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Dressing table, coffee table and chairs
- Bedside lights
- Mosquito screens
- Fire warning system
- Room service 07:30 - 20:30 hrs
Viti Levu and the Coral Coast of Fiji attracts shark buffs from across the world. The shark diving here is simply the best. Then there's the large groups of giant trevallies, potato bass and Napoleon Wrasse. If pretty coral gardens are more your scene, the resort also runs daily trips out to the world renowned Beqa Lagoon and Yanuca Island.
Diving is from a high speed catamaran with ladders, rinse tanks, VHF radio, GPS, oxygen and first aid. 2 tank scuba trips depart at 08:00 hrs. Journey time is 25-40 minutes.
Boat trips include divemasters, tanks, weights, towels, coffee / tea, fruit and water. The staff will wash and carry your kit.
Facilities, Location, Recreation...
Adjacent to the resort is a championship golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr. Adventure activities you can try include jet ski tours to Beqa Island, or white water rafting in the central Viti Levu highlands.
Resort facilities include: Restaurant, lounge and boat bar (used in the film set of Anaconda II) - Dive centre - Swimming pool - Fitness gymnasium room - Full size antique snooker table - Darts board - Gift shop - Babysitting & cots - Internet - International telephone & fax - Foreign exchange - Tour desk - Laundry - Secretarial service
Location: Pacific Harbour, Viti Levu south coast, southern Fiji
Menu, Cuisine Type, Specialities...
Meals at Lagoon Resort are served by waiter in its restaurant, overlooking lawns and the lagoon canal:
... Fettucini - Beef and pumpkin curry - Grilled tournedos - Chargrilled mahimahi - Santa Fe chicken - Sirloin steaks - Rack of spring lamb - Caesar salad - Tuna Nicoise salad ...
- International and main meal dishes
- Teriyaki, chopsuey, tacos, chow mein
- Fish and beef burgers with fries
- Fish or sausage and chips
- Sandwiches with fries
- Salads and soups
- Desserts - cheesecake, fruit salad, cream caramel, mousse, apple pie with ice cream
Island Breakfast is fruit juice, coffee, tea, fruit, cereals, toast and jams. Full cooked breakfasts are also available. Ask us for meal plan prices.
Dive Safety, Resort Security...
The nearest re-compression chamber is in Suva, 50 km to the east by road. We recommend you have and bring your own dive insurance
The dive boat carries a first aid kit and oxygen. It's also equipped with a VHF radio, GPS and depth sounder. 1 divemaster is provided for every 4 divers.
For general emergencies there is a local hospital 10 km away, and an international hospital 40 km away.
The resort reception has a safety box for your valuables and there is a 24 hour security patrol on the premises. The nearest police station is 2.5 km away.
"Absolutely great. I only used their tanks and weight belts but their setup is professional, clean and well organised. Having been heavily involved in a scuba business and having skippered dive boats, I can say that theirs is well run. All that aside they are extremely friendly and nothing is too much trouble. The gear that they do have for hire/use is first class and in excellent condition." - Mike Morris, Australia, 29 September 2008 ...
"The dive company was very calm and professional. Their fun approach to the diving made things easier for me to get acquainted with the whole class. The setting was perfect." - Chris Fuentes, USA, 5 June 2008 ...
"The shark dives at Beqa were done very professionally. We always felt very easy and confident." - Peter and Hana Palacek, United States of America, 7 November 2006 ...