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San Antonio Port to Santiago

San Antonio Port to Santiago - San Antonio, Chile

Duration: 2 hours
Location: San Antonio, Chile

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$182.00

Transfer from San Antonio Port  to Santiago de Chile International Airport or hotel

For a hassle-free transfer from San Antonio Port to Santiago de Chile Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport or hotel, book this convience transportation service.

You can choose the departure time for 90% of services, from th San Antonio Port, however, we recommend the assigned time. Also in some cases we may adjust the routes of the transfer to your interests.
You will be able to enjoy a beautiful view on your way to the Chilean coast.

The duration of the transfer is approximately 2 hours, but it'll depend of the traffic of the day.
You must tell us where is your destination in Santiago so we can confirm your booking.

Transfer from San Antonio Port  to Santiago de Chile International Airport or hotel

For a hassle-free transfer from San Antonio Port to Santiago de Chile Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport or hotel, book this convience transportation service.

You can choose the departure time for 90% of services, from th San Antonio Port, however, we recommend the assigned time. Also in some cases we may adjust the routes of the transfer to your interests.
You will be able to enjoy a beautiful view on your way to the Chilean coast.

The duration of the transfer is approximately 2 hours, but it'll depend of the traffic of the day.
You must tell us where is your destination in Santiago so we can confirm your booking.

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Small-Group Full-Day Easter Island Highlights North and West

Small-Group Full-Day Easter Island Highlights North and West - Hanga Roa, Chile
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Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes
Location: Hanga Roa, Chile

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$115.00

Discover Easter Island's history, culture, and legends on this 6.5-hour tour. With a small group limited to 8 travelers, visit the important sites on the island, including Ahu Akivi, Rano Kau, Puna Pau, and more ... More info ›

Discover Easter Island's history, culture, and legends on this 6.5-hour tour. With a small group limited to 8 travelers, visit the important sites on the island, including Ahu Akivi, Rano Kau, Puna Pau, and more. This tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off and a local driver/guide.

Begin your tour with pickup from your hotel on Easter Island between 9:15am and 9:40am. Visit Anakena, home to a monument with the best preserved restored moais of the entire island. As the beach is visited in the morning, the water is quite refreshing, but if you wish you may still have a swim in the ocean.

See the Ahu Akivi, the only monument with moais that are looking out towards the sea. Stop at Puna Pau is a small volcano, where red scoria stone was quarried for the moai statue topknots. Relax for a lunch break before continuing on to Tahai. In this village, see several statues at three separate ahu platforms. A ramp was built to enter the ocean from within the area.

Orongo is a ceremonial stone village dedicated to the birdman competition, located at the ridge of volcano Rano Kau. Next, visit a stunning volcanic crater, Rano Kau, one of the most scenic views on the island.

Finally, view the cave paintings at Ana Kai Tangata, a small cave near the ocean. Your tour will end at around 4pm back at your hotel.

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Small-Group Full-Day Easter Island Highlights South and East

Small-Group Full-Day Easter Island Highlights South and East - Hanga Roa, Chile
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Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes
Location: Hanga Roa, Chile

From USD
$115.00

Be awed by seeing the biggest and most impressive moai statues ever built by the ancient Easter Island civilization. Visit fallen statues in the southwest, and see how they grow in size as we approach the eastern side of the island, where virtually all moai originated from. Complement this with a North and West tour to discover Easter Island in a complete, thorough manner, with all of its history, culture, legends and society ... More info ›

Be awed by seeing the biggest and most impressive moai statues ever built by the ancient Easter Island civilization. Visit fallen statues in the southwest, and see how they grow in size as we approach the eastern side of the island, where virtually all moai originated from. Complement this with a North and West tour to discover Easter Island in a complete, thorough manner, with all of its history, culture, legends and society. Tours are semi-private with a maximum of 8 people for a more personalized experience. The itinerary is highly optimized to visit the sites with best possible light conditions for photography, and with the least amount of crowds around.

You will be picked up at your hotel between 9:15am and 9:40am. The following sites will be visited:

1) Ahu Huri A Urenga: This single statue has a remarkably strange characteristic - it has four hands. It has been dubbed "The Astronomer" for being aligned to the sunrise at winter solstice - June 21st.

2) Vinapu: The most perfectly fit rock wall, Ahu Tahira, is found in this area. It was engineered with such skill that many draw conclusions on contact with the Inca Empire.

3) Hanga Poukura: This is a beautiful coastal area of interesting, rough lava rock formations has several unique features. Several statues are in a strange and mysterious manner buried in a line, with only the backs being visible. The ahu is one of the most well-made ever with blocks that are cut for a better fit. Hanga Poukura area also has an amazing natural phenomena that has been occurring constantly since this these areas were created by lava flows almost a million years ago - a blowhole. The blowhole of Hanga Poukura is one of the best ones of Rapa Nui, and when the ocean is right, water will spurt up into the air as waves come in.

Lunch (not included): Please bring some cash (10 - 40 USD per person) during the tour to get the lunch you prefer.

4) Rano Raraku: The volcano that was converted into a mass production factory of gigantic megaliths. Virtually all statues were carved here. One day the workers stopped, and the hundreds of statues that were left behind haven't moved since.

5) Ahu Tongariki: The biggest and most impressive monument of Rapa Nui with its 15 mighty moais.

Please have your national park ticket ready for your tour, and bring it with you at all times. National park tickets are bought upon arrival at the airport and are 80 USD in cash per person. This is required by all visitors to Easter Island. 

Approximate ending time is 4pm, and you will be returned to your hotel.

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Shore Excursion: Highlights of Easter Island

Shore Excursion: Highlights of Easter Island - Hanga Roa, Chile
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Hanga Roa, Chile

From USD
$200.00

With a Small Group of max 8 people and providing a more personalized experience explore the most on your visit to Easter Island. On your 7 hours tour visit the highlights of the island such as the quarry of Rano Raraku, Ahu Tongariki or O’rongo ... More info ›

With a Small Group of max 8 people and providing a more personalized experience explore the most on your visit to Easter Island. On your 7 hours tour visit the highlights of the island such as the quarry of Rano Raraku, Ahu Tongariki or O’rongo. Get all your questions answered by a professional tour guide who will show you around the archaeological of this unique culture in the world. Pick up and drop off at the pier.

Begin at the pier to meet your guide and get ready to get through an equally impressive sight sits on the rim of Rano Kau: O’rongo, the village famous for the ceremonies of the birdman cult. Explore the village to view its flagstone houses and perhaps encounter one of the many rocks carved with images of the birdman. 

Next, head toward Rano Kau, one of the island’s three extinct volcanoes. From a viewpoint at Mirador, you will see the volcano’s lake and the dense vegetation flourishing in the crater’s microclimate. 

On route to the North coast you will stop at Ahu Akivi, a site where seven nearly identical statues, each 14 feet tall, stand equidistant on their Ahu. Dating to about 1442, the Ahu was restored by renowned archaeologist William Mulloy in the 1950’s. The seven Moais represent the seven ambassadors sent to Easter Island by King Hotu Matua, or at least that is how the tale has long been told.Heading the North coast of Rapa Nui we arrive at Rano Raraku, one of the most amazing places in the planet. Rano Raraku houses the quarry where the Moais were built and from where they were moved to the Ahu (ceremonial platforms) in the island. Near 1041 statues were built in this quarry, 400 of which were left on the volcano hillside in different manufacturing and carving processes, including some that in the modelling process were wasted for different reasons. 

Only a few minutes from here get amazed by the most imposing Moai platform in the island.; the ahu Tongariki. This Ahu represents the island’s sculpture highest splendor period. With a platform 220 meters long, it’s the biggest structure of this nature in all Polynesia It’s not easy to describe the feeling one gets when watching these 15 majestic Moais standing straight with the sea deep blue in the background and an infinite and round horizon.

After returning to the ship we will stop at our last visitation site: Anakena, the long sand beach in the island. However, Anakena is much more than a beach, it’s a complex where the presence of Ahu Ature Huki and the Nau Nau, among other sites. 

Lunch is not included in this tour however there are few places at Rano Raraku and Anakena where you can buy a small snack. You can also bring your own food on the tour. A National park ticket will be required for this tour. This ticket will be sold by Ma’u Henua at the stand located by the pier and is not included in the total price. Hot and humid conditions can be expected. It is recommended to wear lightweight, comfortable clothing, a hat, sunscreen and flat and comfortable shoes. You should be in good physical condition and able to walk at a medium pace in the heat in order to participate. As this excursion walking over unpaved, dirt and sometimes uneven surfaces, it is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties.

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Private Full Day Tour Easter Island - Archeological sites

Private Full Day Tour Easter Island - Archeological sites - Hanga Roa, Chile

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Hanga Roa, Chile

From USD
$200.00

Providing a more personalized experience discover and learn about the mystery of the Moai and its construction on the hands of a professional tour guide, who will show you around the archeological sites of this unique culture in the world.

On a 7 hours tour visit the quarry of Rano Raraku, the place where the moai were carved and transported to their ahus, Ahu Tongariki the fascinating 15 standing moai platform, Te Pito Kura, the navel of the world and so many others archeological sites related to moai and the and the Rapa Nui people and culture.

Begin your tour at your hotel to meet your guide and get ready to get through at the incredible archeological complex of Akahanga, a village nearby where we can understand how the village was arranged in relation to the ceremonial centre or ahu. The moais are on the ground, just like they were left after being knocked down during the tribal wars

Heading the North coast of Rapa Nui we arrive at Rano Raraku, one of the most amazing places in the planet ... More info ›

Providing a more personalized experience discover and learn about the mystery of the Moai and its construction on the hands of a professional tour guide, who will show you around the archeological sites of this unique culture in the world.

On a 7 hours tour visit the quarry of Rano Raraku, the place where the moai were carved and transported to their ahus, Ahu Tongariki the fascinating 15 standing moai platform, Te Pito Kura, the navel of the world and so many others archeological sites related to moai and the and the Rapa Nui people and culture.

Begin your tour at your hotel to meet your guide and get ready to get through at the incredible archeological complex of Akahanga, a village nearby where we can understand how the village was arranged in relation to the ceremonial centre or ahu. The moais are on the ground, just like they were left after being knocked down during the tribal wars

Heading the North coast of Rapa Nui we arrive at Rano Raraku, one of the most amazing places in the planet. Rano Raraku houses the quarry where the moais were built and from where they were moved to the ahu (ceremonial platforms) in the island. Near 1041 statues were built in this quarry, 400 of which were left on the volcano hillside in different manufacturing and carving processes, including some that in the modelling process were wasted for different reasons.

Only a few minutes from here get amazed by the most imposing moai platform in the island.; the ahu Tongariki. This ahu represents the island’s sculpture highest splendour period. With 220 metres long, it’s the biggest structure of this nature in all Polynesia.
On route to the North coast you will stop at Te Pito Kura, a ceremonial complex formed by the Ahu o Paro, only moai that has remained in the exact position in which it was left when knocked down. Next to this ahu is a 80 cm rounded stone named the “Navel of the Word” or “Te pito o te Henua”. According to the legend it was brought by Hotu Matu’a on his vessel and concentrates a magnetic and supernatural energy called “mana”

Before returning to Hanga Roa Village we will stop at our last visitation site: Anakena, the long sand beach in the island. However, Anakena is much more than a beach, it’s a complex where the presence of ahu Ature Huki and the Nau Nau, among other sites of archaeological nature and in force cultural practices.

Lunch is not included in this tour however there are few places at Rano Raraku and Anakena where you can buy a small snack. (bring small cash as Credit Cards are not accepted in the place) You can also bring your own food on the tour.



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TREKKING TOUR EASTER ISLAND CAVES

TREKKING TOUR EASTER ISLAND CAVES - Hanga Roa, Chile

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Hanga Roa, Chile

From USD
$200.00

On 4 hours trekking tour visit the fascinating caves of Easter Island and learn how this place were used by Rapa Nui people as houses or temporary shelters or just as burial purposes and hidden places.  Accompanied by a private tour guide you will walk off a beaten path and enjoy all main touristic caves from inside to outside ... More info ›

On 4 hours trekking tour visit the fascinating caves of Easter Island and learn how this place were used by Rapa Nui people as houses or temporary shelters or just as burial purposes and hidden places.  Accompanied by a private tour guide you will walk off a beaten path and enjoy all main touristic caves from inside to outside. You will also understand about the volcanic origin of the island and its geographical formation.

Begin this trekking being picked up at your hotel on a private transportation by your tour guide. On route to the west side of the island your will start your trek to explore Ana Te Pahu, the biggest cave of Rapa Nui. Known as the “cave of the bananas” this lava channels go along an important territory. A few meters ahead get amazed by Ahu Te Peu, and interesting area with an important archaeological value. There used to be a village where you can see the biggest boathouse in the island. You will also see few ahus or ceremonial platforms with 4 knocked moai down. Continue your trekking you will stop by Ana Kakenga, an interesting cave that that has two openings in its end formed by the lava decanting towards the sea, from where you can watch the cliffs and the closest coastline with an impressive view to Motu Tautara.

We will walk back to the vehicle and drop you off at your hotel or any desired point at Hanga Roa Village.

Lunch is not included in this tour however we recommend you to bring your own snack and plenty of water to take along this trekking.  

A National park ticket will be required for this tour. This ticket will be sold by Ma’u Henua stand at Mataveri airport. or at the office located at the main street of Hanga Roa and is not included in the total price. Hot and humid conditions can be expected. It is recommended to wear lightweight, comfortable clothing, a hat, sunscreen and flat and comfortable shoes. You should be in good physical condition and able to walk at a medium pace in the heat/rain in order to participate. As this excursion walking over unpaved, dirt and sometimes uneven surfaces, it is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties.

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