From$649USDPer person for 2 travellers
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Please note, these local payments are not included in the price of this tour.

+60.00 USD (Easter Island Park Fee)
4 days,Hanga Roa to Hanga Roa
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Tour the Moai route and explore the Ana Tepahu and Ana Kai caverns, visit the quarry of Puna Pau, learn more about the islanders at Orongo Cultural Centre

Price Options

  • From$699USD Per Adult for 1 traveler
  • From$649USD Per Adult for 2 travelers
  • From$599USD Per Adult for 3 travelers
  • From$649USD Per Adult for 4 travelers

Unravel the mystery of Rapa Nui. Explore mythical Easter Island, known around the world for its ancient monolithic stone statues. See the mysterious statues, or Moai, sprinkled throughout the island, tour the volcanoes, beaches and petroglyphs, and get to know the unique culture of one of the most remote islands on earth.

What's Included

  • Moai route tour (full-day)
  • Orongo tour (half-day)
  • Rano Kao Volcano visit
  • Ana Kai Tangata cavern visit
  • Aku Akivi, Ana Tepahu and quarry of Puna Pau visits (half-day)
  • Arrival and departure transfers
  • *** Please note these are group tours run in English and Spanish
  • 3 breakfasts, 1 lunch. (Allow USD95-125 for meals not included.)
  • Bus, walking.
  • Local guides.
  • Hotel (3 nts).

Day 1Hanga Roa

Arrive at any time. Arrival transfer is included.

Day 2Hanga Roa(1B, 1L)

Enjoy a full-day tour of the Moai route of Easter Island. Visit ruins, towns, volcanoes and beaches—and the monolithic heads that made this island so famous. Free time in the afternoon to explore on your own.

Day 3Hanga Roa(1B)

Enjoy a half-day tour of Orongo. Visit Rano Kao volcano and stop at the Ana Kai Tangata cavern, filled with prehistoric paintings, and Ahu Vinapu. In the afternoon, tour Aku Akivi, the Ana Tepahu caverns and the quarry of Puna Pau.

Day 4Hanga Roa(1B)

Depart at any time. Departure transfer is included.

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