Easter Island, or as the natives call it Rapa Nui, is a remote volcanic island in the South Pacific, 2,300 miles from the Chilean coast.
We invite you to explore the Rapa Nui National Park, and everything it has to offer, like no one else before. Ascend the volcanoes and stroll between the Moai statues in the meadows using our special trekking chairs. Rest on the island's pink sand beaches and discover the marine flora and fauna while scuba-diving with trained professionals in warm Pacific waters.
Immerse in the Rapa Nui culture by interacting with its inhabitants, hearing its language and eating its delicious cuisine. Fall in love with Rapa Nui’s exotic dances, music, and Polynesian costumes. Simply, enjoy this unique and magical experience to the fullest!
WHAT WE CAN DO:
Diving in Anakena:Anakena, the main beach of Easter Island, is located approximately 30 minutes drive from the town of Hanga Roa. It was here that the first king of the island, the Ariki Hotu Matu'a, disembarked with his men and established the first populated center that gave a rise to the Rapa Nui culture. Anakena beach offers a beautiful scenery with pink sand and turquoise water. From this place, we will take off to a new adventure — scuba-diving in clear waters of Pacific Ocean.
Two certified divers trained by our team will be waiting for you on the beach for a short training before entering the sea. They will guide you through the entire diving experience, ensuring you are safe and supported at all times.
This dive opens a door to another world. Experiencing a deep calm of the waters while exploring coral reefs and fish of all types and colors you will truly enjoy the unity with the Ocean.
Trekking in Rano Kau Volcano & Orongo: This trekking lasts 2 hours. During this hike, we will pass through eucalyptus forests, inspiring and silent landscapes, and then reach a higher altitude where we will enjoy an incredible view towards Hanga Roa. It is our favorite place on the island. Rano Kau is the largest crater of Rapa Nui. It is one of the most special and magical places on the island. It is also one of the three main volcanic cones that gave rise to this small and remote triangle of land that is Rapa Nui. The accumulation of rainwater inside the crater. It is covered to a large extent by numerous floating islands of totora reeds.
Trekking to Rano Raraku Volcano:The Rano Raraku volcano is one of the most extraordinary archaeological sites on the planet. For hundreds of years, it served as a quarry for carving out the Moais — the giant statues representing deified ancestors. This landscape most definitely will take your breath away and leave you speechless as you gaze through the valley filled with Moais while making your way to the picturesque volcano crater.
To make the most of this experience, we recommend taking this tour in the afternoon before sunset. Take your time to explore the valley in the trekking chair, listening to the guides telling the story of the place and sharing the great myths of the Rapa Nui culture. Once you finish the tour of the Moais, your journey will continue to the freshwater crater lake surrounded by totora reeds. You will enjoy the intense colors of the sunset and observe the sun rolling behind the hills of brownish-red sand closing this wonderful experience of the day.
Trekking to Terevaka:The walk begins at Ahu Akivi, the inland sacred place where seven Moais are looking out towards the ocean and lasts for 4 hours (round trip). Tere Vaka is the youngest of the three extinct volcanoes and the highest place on the island, at 511 meters above sea level. The top of the volcano offers you a 360 degrees panoramic view of the Rapa Nui. While getting there you can enjoy beautiful views of the small forest, green hills and lush meadows with grazing horses.
Handbike to Ahu Tongariki: The bike ride will take approximately 1.5-2 hours. During his time you will ride alongside the coast towards the beach of Anakena. This scenic ride offers various archaeological sites along the way and impressive views of cliffs.
Arriving at Ahu Tongariki, the Rapa Nui largest platform with the Moais, you will observe 15 Moais turn their backs to the sea to protect their sacred energy or mana towards the ancient village that once existed here. From here you can see the oldest volcano on the island — Poike.
WHAT WE'LL PROVIDE
All ground transportation: from the airport to your accommodations and all the experiences.
Breakfast and lunch.
EQUIPMENT WE'LL PROVIDE
Jöelette and Grit wheelchair
Handbikes and Amphibious wheelchair
WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
Insurance (it is mandatory you purchase appropriate insurance for this trip thinking in your personal needs). Assist Card.
You can buy advance entrance tickets to the Rapa Nui National Park (it has a validity of 10 days) or you can also do it at the airport of the Island when you arrive.
Wear comfortable clothes and sports shoes.
Always carry a windbreaker with you, the weather is tropical and it is common for you to get rain on a sunny day.