General Manager, Peter Hopgood, said that the new arena is a wonderful addition to the facilities at the resort.
General Manager, Peter Hopgood, said that the new arena is a wonderful addition to the facilities at the resort. Outrigger Enterprises

Long walks along the fire

OUTRIGGER on the Lagoon∙Fiji has unveiled its newest product, the 'Butu Vatu' Fire Walking Arena, to a full house of resort guests.

Opened earlier this week, the entertainment arena which can hold up to 200 guests will become the focal point for the weekly Beqa Island Fire Walking performance.

The arena will also be utilized for outdoor concerts, movies and traditional ceremonies.

General Manager, Peter Hopgood, said that the new arena is a wonderful addition to the facilities at the resort.

'Whilst the arena has been purpose built for fire walking performances, we also look forward to our resort choir performing at the arena,' he said.

The Butu Vatu arena was built by the resort's engineering team at the resort at a cost of fjd$30,000.
 



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