3 DAY PACK

EASTER ISLAND

Discover the most remote island in the world!

Rapa Nui’s mysterious moai statues stand in silence but speak volumes about the achievements of their creators. The stone blocks, carved into head-and-torso figures, average 13 feet (4 meters) tall and 14 tons. The effort to construct these monuments and move them around the island must have been considerable—but no one knows exactly why the Rapa Nui people undertook such a task...

Enjoy polinesian dance show, wonderfull susnets, practice scuba diving, visit the breath-taking Moais Statues, their caves, or enjoy amazing polineasian beaches, stand at the border of Terevaca Volcano and much more.

Places you will visit: Orongo Town / Rapa Nui Museum / Sunset at Tahai ceremonial complex / Polynesian dance show /Ahu Akivi / Caves / Anakena Beach/ Ahu Tongariki / Rano Raraku Volcano

Alternative tours: (you may choose one of this in the package)

  • Scuba diving at the Motus or to the Sunken Moai
  • Yatch or boat ride arround the Motus
  • Horseback riding through some Ahus to the top of Terevaka Volcano (highest point in the Island)
  • Ovahe beach and Ahu Te Pito Kura
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Location

Rapanui, Easter Island, Chile


Difficulty

Easy. Suitable for any person


Duration of the tour

3 days with hotel accommodation.


Time of transport

5,5 hours of flight from Santiago to Rapanui


Season

Year round.


Requirements

Physical and medical condition must be compatible with activities (When in doubt, please ask).

Day 1:

Orongo Ancient Town / Rapa Nui Antropological Museum / Sunset at Tahai ceremonial complex / Polynesian dance show

Morning: 5.30 hrs of flight

Afternoon:

  • Visit Orongo Ancient Town. Located on the footsteps of Rano Kau Volcano Crater (has many lagoons inside), and on the side of the cliffs where the Tangata Manu ancient contest has held. Great views of the Motus Islands
  • Visit the Rapa Nui Antropological Museum, close to Hanga Roa town
  • Sunset at Tahai ceremonial complex (the closest Moais to town)
  • Polynesian dance show at the Kari Kari restaurant.

 

Day 2:

Ahu Akivi / Caves / Anakena / Ahu Tongariki / Rano Raraku

  • Ahu Akivi (Ahu means ceremonial platform, is where you find the Moais Statues)-the only moais looking at the ocean
  • Visit to the Caves. Amazing caves with incredible views of the ocean, where the people of Rapa Nui used to look for shelter and a place to hide.
  • Anakena Beach. Lunch
  • Ahu Tongariki (the most famous Ahu, with 15 standing statues).
  • Rano Raraku Volcano, the "industry" of Moais. It´s where most of the Moais where build. Has an incredible lagoon inside of the crater.
  • Dinner at local food restaurant

Day 3:

Alternatives

  • Scuba diving at the Motus or to the Sunken Moai
  • Yatch or boat ride arround the Motus
  • Horseback riding through some Ahus to the top of Terevaka Volcano (highest point in the Island)
  • Ovahe beach and Ahu Te Pito Kura (here you can find Te Pito o te Henua, the center of the world, and the tallest fallen moai)

 

Warning: This activities could include walking in irregular terrain, sudden changes of weather.

What's included

    • Private tours (just your group with the guide)
    • 5 star Hotel ( we are  very flexible so we can book  an alternative 4 star hotel depending on your budget)
    • Private transport between all the points (Incude Pick up / drop off from and to airport)
    • Personal Local Guide
    • Breakfast
    • Snack during the tours
    • Fee parks and activities
    • First Aid Kit

What's not included

  • Personal Insurance
  • Meals. Except snacks during activities and Breakfast at El Tatio
  • Flights

What to bring:

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