Essential Easter Island tour in Chile
Enjoy a unique tailomade tour in Easter Island (Isla de Pascua, also known as Rapa Nui), gem of Chile: it will be a short but unique trip ad journey, maybe as an extension of a longer trip.Read more
Enjoy a unique tailomade tour in Easter Island (Isla de Pascua, also known as Rapa Nui), gem of Chile: it will be a short but unique trip ad journey, maybe as an extension of a longer trip.
Easter Island was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. The most remote island on the planet, here in South America, provides testimony to a still-extant culture of Polynesian origin, responsible for the building of the Moais, large stone statues that have earned renown around the world.
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Welcome with fresh flower leis at Mataveri airport in Easter Island. Transfer to selected hotel. Overnight.
After breakfast, visit to the Ahu Vaihu and Akahanga, then the tour continues to the volcanic crater Rano Raraku, where we will learn its historical significance. The journey continues towards the Ahu Tongariki, considered the most striking Ahu of the island, and then to the Ahu Te Pito Kura, which has the biggest statue of all. The tour is completed with a relaxing afternoon at Anakena, the most popular beach on the island. Lunch box included.
In the morning, visit the cave of Ana Kai Tangata, to see the ancient cave paintings.Then we visit the Vinapu, an archaeological site, and the Rano Kau volcano; to end the day with a visit to the ceremonial village of Orongo.
Then, on the afternoon, discover the legend of Ahu Akivi, a ceremonial platform guarded by seven moai facing the sea, feature that distinguishes this Ahu from the rest. Also, we will take you to visit the caves of Ana Te Pahu and Puna Pau crater, while learning the rich history of the Rapa Nui culture.
Breakfast in the hotel. Transfer to Mataveri airport for flight back to Santiago. End of services.
Not Valid For Special Dates Such As New Year´S Eve, Carnival, Holy Week.