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Daku Offers More

Fiji is increasingly attracting those who are looking for something more during their vacation. Daku Vintage Fiji Resort has set out to meet this demand by developing an exciting week-long
23 Mar 2015 09:08
Daku Offers More
Daku Vintage Fiji Resort creates innovative package like yoga, painting and traditional Fijian tours for tourists.

Fiji is increasingly attracting those who are looking for something more during their vacation.

Daku Vintage Fiji Resort has set out to meet this demand by developing an exciting week-long programme of holiday courses in a range of areas including yoga.

Daku Resort is located outside Savusavu Town overlooking Savusavu Bay.

Resort owner and Paradise Courses director Delia Rothnie-Jones said for 20 weeks in a year, teachers come from Australia, New Zealand and the United States of America to Fiji, to teach yoga to new and experienced enthusiasts.

“We bring in teachers who are at the top of their game from Australia, New Zealand and the USA,” she said.

“We’ve just finished a yoga week, but this week, there will be a small beginners’ course.

“Other courses offered are painting, creative writing, singing, music appreciation – as well as the traditional Fiji pastimes of diving and snorkelling.

“Art teachers include Kerrie Lester, whose portraits of Fred Hollowes and Cathy Freeman hang in the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra; Elena Parashko, Mark Waller and Erin Hill.

“Regular bird watching and snorkelling weeks have also given visitors a privileged view of Fijian bird and marine life,” she said.

The whole programme is structured around morning workshops with instructions from the teachers, she said.

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