THINGS TO DO BEACHES We are lucky enough to have some of Fiji’s finest beaches right at our doorstep, and with no coral flats to worry about, you can swim in pristine water all day long! ACTIVITIES If you want to feed wild sharks, white water raft, dive the finest soft coral in the world, jetski Bega Lagoon, or surf world famous Frigates Passage, then Pacific Harbour is where you want to be. You can do these things from other resorts but why spend ages on a bus just to get to the start of the trip when this is were you leave from. There is always something to do at Tsulu. so whether it’s time just to relax, or time to go hard, do it all at Tsulu! SHOPPING There's over 60 shops in the Arts Village with everything you'd ever need all in the one place! A supermarket, bank, bottle shop, broadband internet, something like 14 cafes, surf shop and so much more. CULTURE ARTS VILLAGE Arts Village is Fijian Culture ‘Alive and Strong’ conveniently located in the grounds of a major shopping centre. Visitors are able to interact with locals in a friendly and fun environment where they learn about Fijian arts and customs. One of the most spectacular parts of the property is the magical island and its fantastic tours and shows. PLACES TO STAY Tsulu Apartments and Bunkhouse Sophisticated vibrant and very convenient, this is a ‘must go’ place for all young and fun loving travellers to bed down for a few nights. With one of Fiji‘s most beautiful beaches and no coral flats to deal with, arguably the best pool and pool bar in Fiji. With over 60 shops, restaurants and cafés (inc super fast cheap internet), we are situated in the Famous Arts Village, the heart of Pacific Harbour, which is widely known as the “Adventure capital” of Fiji. WEATHER Set in lush tropical jungle, Pacific Harbour is paradise. We have an average rainfall of 1800mm per annum (same as Byron Bay) and only 8 more rain days a year than Nadi. It Rains a few days more each month in winter (Jun to Sept), our summers are sunny days with afternoon tropical showers (to cool us all down). Being on the South-Eastern side of Viti Levu, our weather is pretty stable, without the classic ‘Wet & Dry Seasons’. There really isn’t a bad time of year to come to Pacific Harbour, just a hot time and a hotter time...That’s the tropics for you!