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Turtle Bay announces Wanderlust Festival
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Yogis from around the world will unite for the 2013 Wanderlust Festival at Turtle Bay Resort from Feb. 28 to March 3, 2013. Tickets for the event are on sale now.
According to organizers, the festival will unite yoga instructors, musicians, chefs, speakers and winemakers with yoga classes, meditation, nutritional consultations, surf lessons, stand-up paddle board yoga instruction and concerts.
Music will be provided by ALO, Craig Kohland, DJ Drez, Inna Vision, John Cruz (pictured), Dia Devi and Tutu Janet. Guided hikes and walks will be conducted on 12 miles of oceanfront trails and seaside pathways on the resort’s property; one trail takes participants to the famous banyan tree where “Lost,” and Pirates of the Caribbean” were filmed.
A “Speakeasy” lecture series will cover an array of topics from meditation, organics and music to yoga, spirituality and technology. The informal talks will be conducted in an intimate, lounge setting; scheduled speakers include Gerry Lopez, Rochelle Ballard and Tom “Pohaku” Stone.
A “Sea to Table Dinner” featuring organic products from Oahu, Maui and Hawaii, will be held on March 1, 2013. Turtle Bay Resort executive chef Conrad Aquino will focus on yogic diets, including Sattvic, Rajastic and Tamasic. Cost of the dinner is $95, and includes two glasses of wine.
One-day tickets for the festival start at $108. A four-day pass costs $475 and includes three scheduled activities per day (yoga, hikes, meditation), a surf lesson and four-day board rental, plus access to all musical events. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit oahu.wanderlustfestival.com.