Easter Island

From Easter Island
  • Chile
  • Custom
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Tour Description

If you have always been intrigued by the mysterious moai - the giant stone statues of Rapa Nui, also known as Easter Island - and they are on your must-do list, do not delay.  Come and discover the mysteries on this isolated South Pacific Island.

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Feel mysterious and magnetic vibe coming from the monuments known as ‘Moai’

Take an amazing picture at Ahu Akivi site, where seven Moais are overlooking the sea

Learn the incredible history of the island located over 3,700km from Chile, being one of the most isolated islands in the world

Tour Itinerary

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Day 1
Easter Island

Arrival into Easter Island and transfer to your hotel.
UNESCO World Heritage Listed Easter Island is a remote volcanic island that lies in the Pacific Ocean some 3,700kms to the west of Chile. One of the most isolated places on earth and one of the most remote inhabited islands in the world, Easter Island (Rapa Nui) is famed for its archaeological sites that include around 900 moai statues. These carved human figures were created during the 10th-16th centuries and many are found resting on massive rock altars.
Overnight on Easter Island

Day 2
Easter Island Anakena

We will see more than 300 of the volcanic stone statues that were produced by skilled craftsman between the year 1000 and 1680. Lunch will be enjoyed at the base of the volcano before we continue to the Tongariki Platform and Te Pito Kura where we find the island's biggest moai.
In the afternoon we make our way to Anakena beach where pure white sand and calm waters make it an ideal place to swim and relax. It is also probably the only beach in the world that boasts two important archaeological sites, Ahu Ature Huki and Ahu Nau Nau which you are free to explore. Includes lunch.
Overnight on Easter Island

Day 3
Easter Island Orongo & Ahu Akivi

Morning: We set off for the Orongo village which sits on the edge of the extinct volcano Rano Kau. The village which consists of 54 stone houses is believed to have been a ceremonial centre for the birdman culture from the 16th century until its abandonment in the mid-19th century. In addition to its incredible natural beauty, the site boasts a high number of petroglyphs depicting tangat manu - the birdman. This is a truly a magical place where the views will memorise you and the stories and legends will intrigue you.
Afternoon: We head to Ahu Akivi the site of the seven moai. The sculptures which are close to 4.5 metres tall, are thought to represent the seven young explores sent to scope out the island before the arrival of Horu Matu and his people. We will also visit Pun-a-Pau quarry from where the Pukao cylindrical hats were sourced . The 1 - 2 metre cylindas weighed between nine and twenty tonnes and were rolled down hill to the moai sites.
Overnight on Easter Island

Day 4
Easter Island Depart

Today you will be collected from your hotel and transferred to the airport in time for flight out.

What’s Included

  • Included Copy 31 Hotel upgrades available
  • Included Copy 20 3 nights accommodation in standard hotels
  • Included Copy 20 1 lunch
  • Included Copy 20 Breakfast daily
Fees & Services
  • Included Copy 20 Sightseeing on a shared basis as outlined in the tour itinerary with English speaking guides
  • Included Copy 20 Return Airport transfers on a shared basis
  • Included Copy 20 Easter Island National Park Fee
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