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Easter Island

Easter Island, Chile

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Rapa Nui Diving

Moana
Rapa Nui Diving
At the sea icon At the sea
Advanced icon Advanced
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Private diving for travelers with diving certificates, either beginner’s or advanced. This exploration is an invitation to discover...

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Rapa Nui Diving
Rapa Nui Diving
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At the sea
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Advanced
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Half-day
  • Exploration Path

    Private diving for travelers with diving certificates, either beginner’s or advanced. This exploration is an invitation to discover Easter Island’s underwater world and includes two dives. Some of the places we visit include the sunken moai the Nui and Iti motus, surrounded by corals, and the Cathedral, a complex of submarine caves.
    * Adittional cost apply.

Terevaka

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Terevaka
Bike icon Bike
Advanced icon Advanced
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We leave Explora and ride up to the Terevaka Volcano. In the summit, we enjoy a privileged view of the Island...

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Terevaka
Terevaka
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Bike
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Advanced
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Half-day
  • Exploration Path

    We leave Explora and ride up to the Terevaka Volcano. In the summit, we enjoy a privileged view of the Island. We ride down to Ahu Akivi and then head to the Ahu Tepeu archaeological site. Finally we ride to Tahai, the location of the only moai with coral eyes. We return to Explora by van.

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    481 m 1578 ft
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    -580 m -1903 ft
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    500 m 1640 ft
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    7 m 23 ft

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The Hills

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The Hills
Bike icon Bike
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missing duration icon Full-day

In this exploration we’ll see the contrasting landscapes of Easter Island. We first ride up to the Terevaka...

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The Hills
The Hills
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Bike
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Expert
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Full-day
  • Exploration Path

    In this exploration we’ll see the contrasting landscapes of Easter Island. We first ride up to the Terevaka, enjoy the view and then ride down to Ahu Akivi. Then, we head to Ahu Tepeu, a site with different archaeological remains. We continue to Hanga Roa and ride along the south coastline enjoying a view to the ocean. We return by bike.

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    772 m 2533 ft
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    -770 m -2526 ft
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    500 m 1640 ft
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    6 m 20 ft

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La Peninsula

Poike
La Peninsula
Bike icon Bike
Advanced icon Advanced
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We leave by van towards Mahatua, an ancient Rapa Nui settlement. Then we bike ride to the Tea Tea Mountain, in the Poike peninsula...

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La Peninsula
La Peninsula
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Bike
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Advanced
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Half-day
  • Exploration Path

    We leave by van towards Mahatua, an ancient Rapa Nui settlement. Then we bike ride to the Tea Tea Mountain, in the Poike peninsula. We then follow along the south coastline cliffs and reach Ahu Tongariki, the Island’s largest platform from where we return taking byways.

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    562 m 1844 ft
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    -476 m -1562 ft
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    228 m 748 ft
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    1 m 3 ft

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Moai Process

Hotu Iti
Moai Process
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We take a van from the hotel and head to Pui Hill, where we begin trekking towards Rano Raraku, the moai quarry...

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Moai Process
Moai Process
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Hike
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Moderate
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Full-day
  • Exploration Path

    We take a van from the hotel and head to Pui Hill, where we begin trekking towards Rano Raraku, the moai quarry. We visit the archaeological site and the crater. We then head to Anakena by bike, where we see archaeological remains and enjoy the best beach in Rapa Nui. Bring your swimsuit.

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    43 m 142 ft
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    -200 m -656 ft
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    221 m 725 ft
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    47 m 154 ft

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Rano Kau

Rano Kau
Rano Kau
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We start in Ahu Tahira, a construction platform with perfectly overlapping rock structures...

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Rano Kau
Rano Kau
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Combination
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Advanced
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Full-day
  • Exploration Path

    We start in Ahu Tahira, a construction platform with perfectly overlapping rock structures. We begin hiking to the crater of the Rano Kau Volcano and Orongo. This is the ancient ceremonial village where Birdman competitions used to take place. We head down south by bike and ride along the coast visiting several archaeological sites. We keep on going to Explora.

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    675 m 2215 ft
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    -442 m -1450 ft
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    301 m 988 ft
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    24 m 79 ft

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Snorkeling Bird islets

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Snorkeling Bird islets
At the sea icon At the sea
Moderate icon Moderate
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We take a van from the lodge to Hanga Roa’s cove, where we take a boat to sea caves with views to the cliffs...

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Snorkeling Bird islets
Snorkeling Bird islets
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At the sea
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Moderate
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  • Exploration Path

    We take a van from the lodge to Hanga Roa’s cove, where we take a boat to sea caves with views to the cliffs, the Rano Kau crater and Motus, the famous islets due to the Birdman competition. We can snorkel around the Motus due to unbeatable clear water conditions.

Snorkeling Motu Tautara

Moana
Snorkeling Motu Tautara
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Departure by van from the lodge to the Hanga Roa cove, where we take a boat north to the Motu Tautara...

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Snorkeling Motu Tautara
Snorkeling Motu Tautara
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At the sea
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Half-day
  • Exploration Path

    Departure by van from the lodge to the Hanga Roa cove, where we take a boat north to the Motu Tautara, an islet that is located very close to the island and in front of Ana Kakenga, a cave also known as two windows. During the boat trip you can appreciate a different view of the Tahai complex, as well as other archaeological sites located on the northwest coast of the island. The area where the Motu Tautara is located is part of a protected coastal marine area in which corals and a diversity of marine fauna can be seen, in addition to endemic species.

Discover Scuba Diving

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Discover Scuba Diving
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This exploration is the easiest way to get to know Rapa Nui’s amazing submarine world. It includes two stages...

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Discover Scuba Diving
Discover Scuba Diving
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At the sea
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Easy
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Half-day
  • Exploration Path

    This exploration is the easiest way to get to know Rapa Nui’s amazing submarine world. It includes two stages: The first stage where a guide teaches diving theory and conducts a controlled immersion so that guests can get used to the equipment and perform some exercises. The second stage involves a dive in the Hanga Roa bay, experiencing diving in waters known worldwide for their visibility. After completing the diving experience, the traveler gets a discovery or baptism PADI Certificate.
    *Aditional cost apply

Navigators Mountain

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Navigators Mountain
Bike icon Bike
Advanced icon Advanced
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We leave Explora and ride uphill along the Terevaka Volcano, a point of orientation for navigators...

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Navigators Mountain
Navigators Mountain
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Bike
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Advanced
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Half-day
  • Exploration Path

    We leave Explora and ride uphill along the Terevaka Volcano, a point of orientation for navigators. With a 360° view, we can see the remoteness of this destination. We then ride up to Ahu Akivi, the platform with seven moai facing the ocean. We return by van.

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    406 m 1332 ft
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    -374 m -1227 ft
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    500 m 1640 ft
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    106 m 348 ft

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Bird cult

Rano Kau
Bird cult
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Easy icon Easy
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Departure by van to Vinapu to visit its Ahu and its unique construction. Afterwards, we head by van to Rano Kau, the island’s largest crater...

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Bird cult
Bird cult
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Overland
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Half-day
  • Exploration Path

    Departure by van to Vinapu to visit its Ahu and its unique construction. Afterwards, we head by van to Rano Kau, the island’s largest crater. We hike around part of the crater where we watch the biodiversity of the wetland within it and continue to the ceremonial town of Orongo, known for the Birdman competition. Subsequently, we visit the Mateveri area with its unique volcanic landscapes and its relationship with Orongo.

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    159 m 522 ft
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    -146 m -479 ft
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    294 m 965 ft
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    213 m 699 ft

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Rapa Nui Sanctuaries

Lava Flows
Rapa Nui Sanctuaries
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Easy icon Easy
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We visit Akivi with the Ahu of the 7 moai facing the sea. We walk the Roiho lava field, where we visit a lava tunnel, the Ana Te Pahu cave...

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Rapa Nui Sanctuaries
Rapa Nui Sanctuaries
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Overland
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Easy
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Half-day
  • Exploration Path

    We visit Akivi with the Ahu of the 7 moai facing the sea. We walk the Roiho lava field, where we visit a lava tunnel, the Ana Te Pahu cave. We continue by van to visit the Ahu Huri A Urenga, a platform located in the interior of the island that is aligned with the sunrise on the winter solstice. We return by van.

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    38 m 123 ft
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    -56 m -182 ft
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    138 m 453 ft
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    89 m 292 ft

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Hanga

Miru
Hanga
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Easy icon Easy
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We take a van to Papa Vaka, an archaeological site with petroglyphs. We hike and go by a cove and continue hiking up to Tepito Kura...

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Hanga
Hanga
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Overland
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  • Exploration Path

    We take a van to Papa Vaka, an archaeological site with petroglyphs. We hike (1) and go by a cove and continue hiking up to Tepito Kura, a site featuring a huge tumbled moai and a magnetic stone associated to Rapa Nui’s origins. We continue by van to Anakena, the landing area of the first Polynesian settlers (2). Time to enjoy the beach. Bring your swimsuit.

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    34 m 112 ft
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    -17 m -55 ft
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    26 m 85 ft
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    4 m 13 ft

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Pukao

The South
Pukao
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Easy icon Easy
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In this exploration we see the traces of the path of the Pukao (“top knot” in Rapa Nui) towards the moai...

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Pukao
Pukao
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Overland
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Easy
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  • Exploration Path

    In this exploration we see the traces of the path of the Pukao (“top knot” in Rapa Nui) towards the moai. We start in Puna Pau, the quarry of the Pukao, we continue by van to the South coast to visit Hanga Poukura, the largest non-restored platform or Ahu on the island and Hanga Te'e with an interpretive center where we walk to learn more about the history and the landscape of a less explored area of ​​Rapa Nui. Return by van.

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    23 m 75 ft
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    -25 m -83 ft
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    16 m 52 ft
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    3 m 10 ft

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Tongariki

Hotu Iti
Tongariki
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Easy icon Easy
missing duration icon Half-day

We take a van to Ahu One Makihi with its huge tumbled moai. We continue to Tongariki to learn the history of Rapa Nui’s largest Ahu...

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Tongariki
Tongariki
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Overland
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Easy
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Half-day
  • Exploration Path

    We take a van to Ahu One Makihi with its huge tumbled moai. We continue to Tongariki to learn the history of Rapa Nui’s largest Ahu and we explore its surroundings, after which we understand the division between east and west in Rapa Nui.

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    26 m 86 ft
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    -35 m -113 ft
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    18 m 59 ft
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    4 m 13 ft

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