Popularized in the 1960s, Tamure is a popular dance performed by Tahitian men and women. The dance involves men shaking their knees and women circling their hips to the tempo of the music that starts slow and steadily increases. While traditional dress is a grass skirt, guests will don a sarong to learn the traditional movements and learn to keep up with the rising rhythm. Ideal for first time dancers and pros alike, this sand-side lesson is as fun as it is challenging. The Conrad’s on-site dance instructor will provide the sarong, lessons and music.