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4-Days Trip to Discover Easter Island

4-Days Trip to Discover Easter Island - Hanga Roa, Chile

Duration: 4 days
Location: Hanga Roa, Chile

From USD
$800.00

The island is located more than 3700 km off the coast of Chile, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, Rapa Nui or Easter Island, also known as "The Belly Button of the World" is the most insular island in the world. The island is considered the largest archaeological museum site of the world, and it is definitely a place full of fascinating mystery! We invite you to come and explore the entire Rapa Nui culture, its moai, meadows, and its people.

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival at Easter Island Mataveri Airport

Pass By: Airport Mataveri, Isla de Pascua, Región de Valparaíso, Chile
Reception at the Airport with flower necklaces and transfer to your selected hotel ... More info ›

The island is located more than 3700 km off the coast of Chile, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, Rapa Nui or Easter Island, also known as "The Belly Button of the World" is the most insular island in the world. The island is considered the largest archaeological museum site of the world, and it is definitely a place full of fascinating mystery! We invite you to come and explore the entire Rapa Nui culture, its moai, meadows, and its people.

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival at Easter Island Mataveri Airport

Pass By: Airport Mataveri, Isla de Pascua, Región de Valparaíso, Chile
Reception at the Airport with flower necklaces and transfer to your selected hotel. Afternoon is at leisure. Overnight at a 4* Hotel in Easter Island

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: Overnight at a 4* Hotel in Easter Island

Day 2: Ahu Tongariki - Rano Rarako Volcano - Ahu Nau Nau – Anakena Beach

Stop At: Ahu Vaihu, Coastal Road, Hanga Roa, Easter Island Chile
Departing from Hanga Roa's town at about 09:30 AM, going to the southeastern and northeastern coast of the Island visiting the Ahu Vaihu temple, which is located 10 km from Hanga Roa. It consists of a stone platform with 8 Moai statues and 8 Pukao dispersed in the proximities. Then, we will go to Ahu Akahanga, so-called the "Platform of the King".
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Ahu Nau Nau, Playa Anakena, Easter Island Chile
After that, we will arrive at Ahu Nau Nau, a temple of a complex construction due to its different levels where we will find 5 Moai statues with Pukao. There, we will see petroglyphs in the backs of the statues. We will continue our excursion to the Rano Raraku volcano and quarry, where there was carved most of the Moai of the island, using the volcanic rock of its hillsides.
Duration: 2 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
Accommodation included: Overnight at a 4* Hotel in Easter Island


Day 3: Orongo and Rano Kao + Ahu Akivi - 7 Explorers

Stop At: Ahu Tahai, Rapa Nui, Easter Island Chile
We start our tour at 09:30 AM from Hanga Roa heading to the Tahai Archaeological Complex. This ceremonial center features 3 Ahus: Ahu Vai Uri with 5 Moai statues, Ahu Tahai with 1 Moai statue and Ahu Le to Riko with 1 Moai statue. From this site, we will be able to appreciate inspiring landscapes.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ana Kai Tanata, Easter Island, Valparaiso Region, Chile
After that, we will visit the Ana Kai Tangata natural cave where it is possible to appreciate some rupestrian art representing birds such as the manutara, and where it is possible to watch waves breaking upon the cliff.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Rano Kau, Easter Island Chile
We will continue our tour by visiting the Rano Kau volcano where we will be able to see the largest crater on the Island and one of the largest sweet water reservation of the area. Finally, we will visit the Orongo Ceremonial Village, old and magnificent ceremonial city located in the western side of the Rano Kau volcano.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ahu Vinapu, Easter Island Chile
We initiate the tour about 03:00 PM from Hanga Roa, visiting Ahu Vinapu, that it was used by the islanders in the year 1.200 A.C. including 3 Ahu. The first one has 6 Moai statues demolished and painted in red. The second one has a supposedly feminine Moai which had two heads. Finally, the third Moai, the oldest one, features only removed stones. We will continue our way to the quarry of Puna Pau, archaeological site in the eastern side of Hanga Roa. It is a small crater of red slag, from where the Pukao or hats of the Moai statues were obtained. Along its old exit, there are some incomplete and abandoned Moai. We will head to Ahu Akivi, the first Ahu restored by the science in the island in the year 1960.
Duration: 1 hour

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: Overnight at a 4* Hotel in Easter Island


Day 4: Transfer Out to Easter Island Mataveri Airport

Pass By: Airport Mataveri, Isla de Pascua, Región de Valparaíso, Chile
Transfer Out to the Airport and typical farewell.

Meals included:
• Breakfast
No accommodation included on this day.

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The birth of the Moai: Guided and private full day excursion Easter Island.

The birth of the Moai: Guided and private full day excursion Easter Island. - Hanga Roa, Chile

Duration: 5 to 6 hours
Location: Hanga Roa, Chile

From USD
$150.00

It is one of the most recommended excursions to do on the island, mainly as it runs through several of the main attractions such as Rano Raraku and Ahu Tongariki, ending with a relaxing time on the most beautiful beach in Rapa Nui. The route is quite accessible for all types of people and with different conditions ... More info ›

It is one of the most recommended excursions to do on the island, mainly as it runs through several of the main attractions such as Rano Raraku and Ahu Tongariki, ending with a relaxing time on the most beautiful beach in Rapa Nui. The route is quite accessible for all types of people and with different conditions. Our private excursion service also includes hydration and we adapt to the needs of the client.

Venture to a journey with a lot of history and archeology with a specialized guide and attentive to the needs of each of our visitors.

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Stop At: Ahu Vaihu, Coastal Road, Hanga Roa, Easter Island Chile

We will skirt the coast, towards the ruins of the temple of Vaihu. Before entering this site, we will visit the interpretive center Puku Manu Mea, a replica of an ancestral village that will show us structures of different types and how they were conformed in antiquity. A practical way to understand the architecture and ancestral organization. Entering the site of Vaihu, the platform of 8 moai that is next to the attractive fishing bay of Hanga Te'e. The moai now lie face down, just as they were when they were knocked down, while the headdresses, which are cylindrical, rolled a little farther. A place where you can understand how the ahu were left after the decline and destruction of ancient culture.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Ahu Akahanga, Hanga Roa, Easter Island Chile

The Ahu Akahanga can be considered, for its history and for the number of statues, one of the most important of Easter Island.

At the entrance to the site, after crossing the wall, there are the stone foundations of several hare paenga or houseboats, named for its elliptical shape reminiscent of a ship, where the old inhabitants lived. In front of the access of each house, there is a small area paved with round marine ridges (poro nui), which form a small square. Next to the houses, there are several umu pae or old stone kilns.

A few meters away is a small cave, called Ana Akahanga whose entrance is reinforced with an addition of stones. The cavity, which is of the Karava type due to its width and shallow depth, was used as a temporary shelter, mainly by fishermen, to shelter from the rain or spend the night.

The Ahu Akahanga, this great platform of 18 meters in length has not been restored, which allows to get an idea of the state in which all the ahu were, in the epoch of decadence of the island.

On most destroyed platforms, the statues lie face down, with their faces hidden and their backs turned. However, in Ahu Akahanga, the 13 moai, which are between 5 and 7 meters in size, are knocked down both on their backs and upside down. This allows you to better observe its features and its invoice. It is impressive to contemplate these stone giants in such a vulnerable position, when once they stood proudly on their pedestal.

In front of the platform, appear several of the pukao or headdresses of volcanic red scoria that topped the statues. To the right, very close to the shore, there is a moai fallen forward that does not have carved eyes, but has preserved the features of erosion very well.

In the back of the ahu, there is a crematorium and a rustic ramp to disembark canoes. Here you can have a close view of the faces of the statues that fell on their backs. It also highlights a small moai of about 2 meters that lies on its back inside a circle of stones. Its rustic carving and its advanced state of erosion suggest that it is one of the first statues that were carved in Rano Raraku.

According to oral tradition, the first king of the island, the legendary ariki Hotu Matu'a was buried in this place. His sons moved him from the summit of the Rano Kau volcano, where he had his final resting place, to Akahanga.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Rano Raraku, Easter Island Chile

The Rano Raraku volcano is one of the most incredible and extraordinary archaeological sites on the planet. In this magical place full of mystery, the moai were made, the giant statues that have made Easter Island famous worldwide. The enormous figures and the quarries of the volcano surpass any expectation and get the traveler to be speechless when he contemplates one of the most fascinating wonders of humanity.

Rano Raraku became the quarry where almost all of the 1,000 statues that have been found on Easter Island were sculpted. Here the moai were carved and then they were taken to the ahu or ceremonial platforms, distributed along the entire coast, to honor the memory of the ancestors.

In this place there are 397 moai in different stages of construction. A ten minute walk along a path takes you straight to the crater of this magnificent volcano. You will see about 70 moai standing (half-buried) on the upper slopes. It is absolutely forbidden to walk outside the trails and climb to the highest point, which can also be extremely dangerous.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ahu Tongariki, Easter Island Chile

Ahu Tongariki is the largest ceremonial structure built on Easter Island and the most important megalithic monument in all of Polynesia. It represents the zenith of the sacred constructions called ahu-moai that were developed in Rapa Nui for more than 500 years.

The central platform, whose axis is oriented to the rising sun of the summer solstice, measures almost 100 meters long and with its wings or original lateral extensions reached a total length of 200 meters. During the last final phase of construction of the ceremonial altar, Ahu Tongariki held 15 moai, which made it the platform with the largest number of images of the whole island.

Unfortunately, as was the case with the rest of the island's ceremonial platforms, the moai were knocked down from the ahu during the violent episodes that took place between the different island clans at the time of the decadence of the Rapanui culture. It is believed that this period began after 1500 AD. reaching its peak at the end of the seventeenth century.

It is not known with certainty when the statues of the Ahu Tongariki were demolished, but according to the testimonies of the first European navigators who arrived at the island, it seems that these were no longer standing when they arrived at the beginning of the XVIII century. However, the place continued to be used as a cemetery until the conversion of the population to Catholicism in the second half of the 19th century.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Papa Vaka, Camino Vaitea Anakena, Easter Island Chile

Papa Vaka is an archaeological site located on the north road of the island, between Ahu Te Pito Kura and Pu o Hiro. It is characterized by the large number of petroglyphs (incisions in rock) that are extended by large slabs of basaltic origin that emerge from ground level.

The marine figures of Papa Vaka exemplify the rock art of the northern cost of Rapa Nui, which shows the concern of the inhabitants of these territories for the dominance of the sea. All the bas-reliefs are related to the immense ocean that surrounds the island. There are diverse marine creatures, as well as vaka (canoes) and mangai (hooks), fundamental tools in ancient times for the control of marine resources.

To see them clearly it is important to visit the place in the early morning or at dusk, when the light allows us to better appreciate the figures. There are several elevated platforms near each rock that facilitate the visitor to observe the figures from a more appropriate perspective and explanatory posters that help identify some of the drawings.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Ahu Te Pito Kura, Easter Island Chile

Te Pito Kura is an archaeological complex located in front of La Perouse Bay, about two kilometers southeast of Ovahe beach. In this ceremonial center is the Ahu or Paro, whose only moai named Paro, remains in the same position it was when it was demolished almost two centuries ago.

The Paro moai represents a milestone from the time when the statues were built, since it is the largest moai transported from the quarry of the Rano Raraku volcano and successfully erected on an ahu. Its dimensions are spectacular: its ears measure 2 meters, its height reaches 10 meters and it is estimated that its weight must exceed 80 tons.

The moai lies face down and his body is split in half as a result of its collapse. In front of his head lies his gigantic pukao, almost 2 meters high and weighing 10 tons, also considered one of the most voluminous headdresses carved and moved from the quarry of Puna Pau.

Tradition has it that it was a widow who commissioned the construction of this moai, in memory of her late husband. It seems that the Paro moai would have been one of the last statues to be demolished from his ahu. It is believed that it happened shortly after 1838, since after this date there are no records of navigators seeing a standing moai.

Next to the ahu, a few meters away, is a large ovoid-shaped stone 80 centimeters in diameter. The expression Te Pito Kura means "navel of light" and there are those who relate the name of the place with the special qualities of this rock and with one of the names with which Easter Island is known, Te Pito O Te Henua which means "navel of the world".

This unique stone was formerly known as Tita'a hanga 'o te henua, and according to legend, it was brought by Hotu Matu'a, the founding king of the Rapanui people, on his boat from Hiva, his homeland. It is said that this rock, almost spherical and smooth, concentrates a magnetic and supernatural energy called mana.

Because of its high iron content, this stone heats up more than others and causes the compasses to behave strangely. Many visitors put their hands on it to capture its energy or also, according to the belief of some, increase female fertility. It seems that some tourists, too believers in their power, performed some obscene act on the stone and since then decided to close the circle of stones that surrounds it.

Very close to here, next to Hanga Ho Onu, is the Ahu Heiki'i, oriented according to certain stars, and which contains among its vestiges three pukao. It is the largest ahu on the island, it stands out for its size and its impressive appearance and has beautiful petroglyphs. In this area there are several hare paenga (boat houses), umu pae (ovens for cooking) and a pipi horeko (stone landmark) that was used to demarcate the place.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Anakena Beach, Easter Island Chile

Anakena, which is the main beach on Easter Island, represents the typical picture we all have when we think of a paradisiacal beach. Its white and fine coral sand, the crystal clear turquoise sea, its calm waves and the coconut palms (brought from Tahiti several decades ago) make it an ideal place for rest and leisure.

Anakena beach invites to bathe at any time of the year, as the water temperature remains at an average of a pleasant 20ºC, with small variations in summer and winter.

Anakena is still a pretty virgin beach, with few bathers, especially during the morning (organized tours usually arrive in the afternoon) or in low season, which allows, sometimes, to enjoy alone this small, remote and beautiful paradise .

Duration: 1 hour

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The Birdman Cult ancestral tour, the mystery of the village of Orongo.

The Birdman Cult ancestral tour, the mystery of the village of Orongo. - Hanga Roa, Chile

Duration: 2 to 3 hours
Location: Hanga Roa, Chile

From USD
$95.00

This tour represents one of the most important and listed on the island, due to its historical importance as to the archaeological elements found in this site and that do not repeat elsewhere. The tour also includes points of natural beauty such as the Rano Kau, which represents the most important wetland we have on the island.
Come and join this experience of much culture and history of Rapa Nui, together with an experienced guide.

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Stop At: Airport Mataveri, Isla de Pascua, Región de Valparaíso, Chile

Mirador towards Mataveri airport and the city of Hanga Roa ... More info ›

This tour represents one of the most important and listed on the island, due to its historical importance as to the archaeological elements found in this site and that do not repeat elsewhere. The tour also includes points of natural beauty such as the Rano Kau, which represents the most important wetland we have on the island.
Come and join this experience of much culture and history of Rapa Nui, together with an experienced guide.

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Stop At: Airport Mataveri, Isla de Pascua, Región de Valparaíso, Chile

Mirador towards Mataveri airport and the city of Hanga Roa. A beautiful view where you can recognize the three vertices that make up the island, size its size and immensity of its sea.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Rano Kau, Easter Island Chile

Viewpoint to the crater of the Rano Kau, a natural wonder in which the most important wetland of the island is found maintaining the flora and fauna endemic to Rapa Nui. Far one of the most impressive photographs you will take on the island.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Orongo, Easter Island Chile

Ceremonial site Orongo, we will find first is the interpretive center of the site, with introductory information about the tradition and history of the place. At the beginning of the tour we will have a view towards the three islets (Motu Nui, Motu Iti and Motu Kaokao). Then we will walk towards the location of the main houses of the site. We will see the sacred site of Mata Ngarau where there are more than 2000 petroglyphs in relation to bird man competition. We will also pass by a small Ahu, where it is said that the famous moai Hoa Haka Nana'ia was located.

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Ahu Vinapu, Easter Island Chile

We will see one of the most particular Ahu or platform of the island, with a level of perfection in its construction of the unparalleled back wall, compared to the Inca constructions. Also on this site is one of the few female moai that were built in antiquity, made of "hani hani" or red slag.

Duration: 30 minutes

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Rapa Nui Underground: Ancestral route through the caverns of the Roiho sector

Rapa Nui Underground: Ancestral route through the caverns of the Roiho sector - Hanga Roa, Chile

Duration: 4 to 5 hours
Location: Hanga Roa, Chile

From USD
$130.00

To think of Rapa Nui is to imagine huge statues that are scattered throughout the island, but not many know that Rapa Nui's history was not only forged over its territory, but also under it. This tour marvels us with beautiful underground landscapes, fresh water sources, archaeological remains of settlements, farming systems, bio-diversity and much more.
Encourage yourself to be one of the few who manage to get to know this mysterious world, together with an experienced local guide.

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Stop At: Ana Te Pahu, Parque Nacional Rapa Nui, Easter Island Chile

Cavern of approximately 7 kim in length, is recognized as the cave of the plane trees because in its interior there is a culture of these trees ... More info ›

To think of Rapa Nui is to imagine huge statues that are scattered throughout the island, but not many know that Rapa Nui's history was not only forged over its territory, but also under it. This tour marvels us with beautiful underground landscapes, fresh water sources, archaeological remains of settlements, farming systems, bio-diversity and much more.
Encourage yourself to be one of the few who manage to get to know this mysterious world, together with an experienced local guide.

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Stop At: Ana Te Pahu, Parque Nacional Rapa Nui, Easter Island Chile

Cavern of approximately 7 kim in length, is recognized as the cave of the plane trees because in its interior there is a culture of these trees. In addition to bananas it is possible to see a great variety of fruit trees inside due to the characteristics of the cavern. There are two sleeves that can be traversed, at the end of one of the sleeves comes to a avocado, which sprouted from the inside of the cavern to its exit through a hole in the ceiling, a natural wonder. On the other sleeve one makes a tour of about 20 minutes going out by a fig tree. An incredible experience without a doubt.

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Ahu Te Peu, Isla de Pascua, Hanga Roa, Easter Island Chile

Ancestral site where we can see a wide variety of archaeological elements that made up a village in ancient times. Among these elements are the largest boat house on the island, and other particular structures that do not repeat in other places. The legends surrounding this site are varied and very entertaining.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Ana Te Pora, Easter Island Chile

In this small cavern we can see a variety of petroglyphs on its walls, in addition to a hole that leads to a tunnel that goes up to a cliff overlooking the sea in the north of the island (you do not enter the tunnel).

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Ana Kakenga, Easter Island Chile

The famous cave known as the two windows, this is precisely because at the end of its route there are two windows where we will have the view towards an islet and the immense sea. A postcard like never before seen.

Duration: 30 minutes

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Cavalcade Maunga Terevaka: Excursion to the highest point of Rapa Nui

Cavalcade Maunga Terevaka: Excursion to the highest point of Rapa Nui - Hanga Roa, Chile

Duration: 3 to 4 hours
Location: Hanga Roa, Chile

From USD
$105.00

The ride to Maunga Terevaka represents a complete natural experience, where the exotic landscapes of Rapa Nui are mixed, together with beautiful views towards its coasts and the sea and the connection with animals as noble as the horse.
The experience of being able to be at the highest point of the inhabited island farthest from the world is something that will connect you with the Rapa Nui magic.
Dare to live a unique experience with horses, nature and an experienced local guide.

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Stop At: Maunga Terevaka Es, con 512 m de altura, la mayor elevacion de toda la isla., Easter Island Chile

The ride begins at the foot of the Terevaka hill. This tour goes through beautiful natural landscapes, a quiet route with lots of vegetation and wild animals.
The further we climb, we have a privileged view of the island and its surroundings, a view towards Hanga Roa and its coast ... More info ›

The ride to Maunga Terevaka represents a complete natural experience, where the exotic landscapes of Rapa Nui are mixed, together with beautiful views towards its coasts and the sea and the connection with animals as noble as the horse.
The experience of being able to be at the highest point of the inhabited island farthest from the world is something that will connect you with the Rapa Nui magic.
Dare to live a unique experience with horses, nature and an experienced local guide.

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Maunga Terevaka Es, con 512 m de altura, la mayor elevacion de toda la isla., Easter Island Chile

The ride begins at the foot of the Terevaka hill. This tour goes through beautiful natural landscapes, a quiet route with lots of vegetation and wild animals.
The further we climb, we have a privileged view of the island and its surroundings, a view towards Hanga Roa and its coast. One of the main attractions is at the top of the hill, where, if the weather permits, it is possible to distinguish the circumference of the earth.
For lovers of animals and nature, this is one of the routes that can not be missed, where the connection with the environment and your horse make it an unforgettable experience.


Duration: 4 hours

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Birdman Cult & Firts Ahu Restored: Pridavo full day tour

Birdman Cult & Firts Ahu Restored: Pridavo full day tour - Hanga Roa, Chile

Duration: 5 to 6 hours
Location: Hanga Roa, Chile

From USD
$150.00

It is an opportunity for our clients to know our beautiful island with a well prepared and local guide, which gives added value to your excursion. All our guides are Rapa Nui, and we want to enhance the interaction of our people with our visitors and ensure that their experience is the best.
This tour was prepared mainly for visitors who want to live unique emotions, and who can know everything that our island offers.
The tour is quite accessible for all types of people and with different conditions ... More info ›

It is an opportunity for our clients to know our beautiful island with a well prepared and local guide, which gives added value to your excursion. All our guides are Rapa Nui, and we want to enhance the interaction of our people with our visitors and ensure that their experience is the best.
This tour was prepared mainly for visitors who want to live unique emotions, and who can know everything that our island offers.
The tour is quite accessible for all types of people and with different conditions. Our private excursion service also includes hydration and we adapt to the needs of the client.

Venture into a tour with a lot of history and archeology with a specialized guide and attentive to the needs of each of our visitors.

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Stop At: Rano Kau, Easter Island Chile

First we will visit the viewpoint to Hanga Roa, a privileged view towards the whole city and we will be able to see the island territory almost entirely. Then we will arrive at the viewpoint of the crater of Rano Kau, one of the natural wonders of the island, something that can not be missed if you visit the island.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Orongo, Easter Island Chile

The village of Orongo is one of the archaeological wonders of Rapa Nui. It is located at one end of the Rano Kau volcano, and it is on this site that the competition of the Pajarao man (Tangata Manu) was held. They will also have a wonderful view of the 3 islets (Motu Nui, Motu iti, Motu KaoKao).

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ahu Vinapu, Easter Island Chile

The Ahu Tahira or better known as Vinapu, is an archeological site that stands out for the technique and perfection that its main platform was built. Many experts relate it to the construction technique of the Incas.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Puna Pau, Hanga Roa, Easter Island Chile

Puna Pau the quarry of the Pukao or better known as the hats of the moai. In this site you will be able to know the main place where the red slag was extracted, the main raw material for this element. The Pukao are an important part of the tradition around the Ahus.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ahu Akivi, Easter Island Chile

The platform of Ahu Akivi or known as the seven moai, was the first ahu restored today maneuver led by the United States anthropologist William Mulloy.
It is characterized by being the only one in which the Maoi look towards the sea.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ahu Huri a Urenga, Pia Taro, Easter Island Chile

Located inside the island, its main feature is that it has 2 pairs of hands. It is still a mystery as to why these characteristics, but many attribute it to a possible bad formation of the ancestor that represents it.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ahu Tahai, Rapa Nui, Easter Island Chile

Main ceremonial center located in Hanga Roa. It is a wonderful site with several elements that compose it, among them, 3 main platforms, a natural bay, and several housing and chicken breeding constructions. On this site we can see the only moai that has its Pukao and its eyes.
The photographs of sunsets on this site travel the world for the unique beauty highlights this place.

Duration: 1 hour

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