At the Suva end of the Coral Coast, Pacific Harbour is fast becoming known as Fiji's adventure playground, with a host of things to do including cultural tours, an arts village, a championship golf course, visits to traditional villages, diving, fishing, surfing, cruising, snorkelling, river rafting safaris and treks to the Namosi Highlands. This 'green' side of Fiji, with its higher rainfall, also creates ideal conditions for the rainforests that are home to tropical flora and fauna, and valuable hardwood timbers such as vesi.

Pacific Harbour's upmarket canal development looks out towards Beqa Island, home of Fiji's famous firewalkers. There are superb diving and fishing sites offshore of Pacific Harbour in the clear waters of Beqa Lagoon, and a world-class surfing break at nearby Yanuca Island. Pacific Harbour has a range of accommodation from resorts to spas.