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Be awed by the fire dancers on Robinson Crusoe Island
As night falls, a primal beat begins, double edged baton torches are lit and the show begins. The bronzed dancers' skin and the green leaves of their costumes glisten in the fire light at the batons twirl and feet stomp in the fine white sand. The event culminates in the dancers forming human pyramids that look aflame. The dance is an unmissable Fijian show that stirs something joyful and ancient in all who watch it. Seeing it from the small offshore Robinson Island makes it all seem even more remote and otherworldly. You can take in the show as part of a day trip or dinner cruise.