GaluLonga 2013 – Tango Festival in Galu, Jan. 23-27 2013 @ Diani Beach

January 9, 2013 at 11:05 am 1 comment

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GaluLonga 2013 — Argentine Tango Festival in Galu, Diani Beach! 4 evenings of daily workshops (including classes offered specially for total tango beginners) and social dancing at Galu Beach Retreat, with passionate international Tango teachers Alex y Natalia (Ukraine), the resident Patamango Association teachers Mario Marion, and with the enthusiastic and growing Argentine Tango community in Nairobi and other places in East and Central Africa.

There will be two daily Tango Workshops, one starting at 4:00 and one at 5:15 every day, from Wednesday 23 January to Saturday 26 January, and followed by a Dinner Milonga (tango dance party) each evening, to great traditional tango music, on a superb dance platform caressed by the ocean breeze, just metres from the beach!

A truly unique opportunity to get a taste of the sublime traditional art that is Argentine Tango, inscribed in 2009 by UNESCO as “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity”!

Limited space! Please contact us to reserve your spot:

Patamango Association: nairobi.tango@patamango.com, 0715 357 507
Galu Beach Retreat: marketing@destination-adventures.com, 0733 435 341

GaluLonga 2013 is being organized “con mucho gusto” by The Patamango Association, a non-profit association of passionate volunteers with the mission of developing Argentine Tango culture in Kenya, in collaboration with Galu Beach Retreat.

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