Lagoon Resort

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Lagoon Resort is where Beqa Adventure Divers (BAD) operates from in Pacific Harbour so after breakfast, just walk straight onto your dive boat for the Shark Dive.

When the dive boat docks BAD’s team look after your gear while Lagoon Resort looks after your hospitality needs with a spacious room, hot shower in a marble bathroom, then down for lunch where you discuss the dive with other diving guests to relive the experience.

Set in a quiet surreal location Lagoon Resort allows you to relax by using the wireless broadband internet, watch a DVD, have a massage, or a nap.

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The Lagoon Resort is the place to stay at Pacific Harbour, "The Adventure Capital of Fiji" and adventure sports heart of Fiji.  Heather and Jim Sherlock invite you to share in unforgettable Fijian hospitality and relax in a lush tropical setting.

The Lagoon Resort is your gateway to a magical vacation of diving, fishing or simply relaxing by the pool with a cocktail in your hand, or in our "Anaconda 2" boat - the "Bloody Mary".

 
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