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Nanuku Resort Fiji is taking its guests on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure as part of its “Journey to the Stars” program.
The destination luxury resort is set to present an extended series of events which will coincide with the new moon cycle of October 2022.
From Oct. 22 through Oct. 31, guests of the resort can explore deep space and the Moon from the shores of the South Pacific, one of the best stargazing destinations in the world.
The stellar line-up of activities and events for all ages to enjoy and to learn about our universe are set to be led by NASA experts, including special guests from NASA SSERVI (Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute).
In addition to the programming at Nanuku Resort, special guests from NASA will visit three local schools and share educational experiences with those students. Resort guests are also welcomed to join the NASA and hotel team for these special visits and connect with the local community.
Nanuku Resort’s Hotel General Manager, Logan Miller said: “We’re so excited to be hosting such a unique series of events at Nanuku Resort Fiji and to be able to share this moment with our community.”
Miller continued: “With this experience we hope to inspire local students and guests to explore how the tropical night sky relates to Fiji’s past, present and future, and inspire students to consider continuing their exploration of science and space.”
While staying at Nanuku Resort Fiji in October an array of “Journey Through the Stars” events will take place, including:
Inspired by the October “Journey to the Stars”, ongoing space exploration activities offered at Nanuku Resort will include the introduction of the Celestial Concierge who will lead guests through star-gazing experiences and share local folklore around the Moon’s influence on the local community and Fiji’s history. With their guide, guest can enjoy a boat ride experience to a private island to learn about the Fijian navigation traditions using the night stars as a guide.
NASA will also be donating a Dobsonian telescope for ongoing use for guests of the resort to observe planets and deep sky objects like nebulae and galaxies and learn more about the sky above.
As part of the resort’s continued Batiwai Project community outreach, Nanuku Resort hopes to continue to inspire local students to reach for the stars as well with planned quarterly visits for the students to utilize the Dobsonian telescope.
Nanuku Resort will also offer a special ongoing Lunar Wellness Experience on property for guests to connect their bodies and minds with the energy of the Moon. Complete with a full body Moon Massage under the light of the moon from Nanuku Resort’s team of expert massage therapists, the Lunar Wellness Experience will also feature a guided Moon Water Meditation session.
During this meditation guests will harness the Moon’s power to promote cleansing, renewal, and intention-setting as they move forward into this new phase of life.
For more on the Journey to the Stars, click here.
Notably, Fiji Airways recently announced it will fly direct from Nadi to Vancouver this fall. Beginning Nov. 25, Fiji Airways is launching service to and from Vancouver twice a week on Mondays and Fridays. The destination will be the 20th direct international service provided by Fiji Airways.
“This is a very exciting development as we continue to explore ways to maximize returns, not just for Fiji Airways, but for the tourism industry and the Fijian economy. Canada represents a new market with immense potential for tourism, trade and of course re-connecting Fijian families,” said managing director and chief executive officer, Andre Viljoen. “Our new route is strategically timed to offer Canadians an escape from the cold winter to a beautiful Fijian paradise, promising warm tropical weather, world class hospitality, excellent in-flight service and a comfortable modern aircraft fleet.”
When commercial flights commence in November, Fiji Airways will offer a limited number of seats at an introductory return fare of $599, direct from Vancouver to Nadi.
Additionally, these same passengers, when making their bookings can choose to fly to the airline’s four major destinations in Australia and three major destinations in New Zealand, at no extra cost.
Additional benefits such as the ‘My Bubble’ and ‘My Island’ seating arrangements allow passengers to purchase an extra seat or row in economy for extra space and comfort. My Island comes with a mattress topper, Business Class pillow, additional blanket and seat belt extension.
If November is too long to wait, passengers in Vancouver will also have the chance to book a one-off promotional direct flight to Nadi on Aug. 9 at a discounted price of $599 with a return flight via Los Angeles or San Francisco.
Go to www.fijiairways.com for more.
Resort photos courtesy of Nanuku Resort.
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