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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.
The island is famous for its mysterious Moai statues, and mystic atmosphere. It offers a wide range of activities, from hiking on volcanoes, cycling around the island and scuba diving… to relaxing on the sandy beaches.
The Rapa Nui culture, its inhabitants, language, cuisine, exotic dances, music, and Polynesian costumes complete making it a unique place to go to!


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DAY 1 
Diving in Anakena | 2 HOURS
Anakena is Easter Island’s main beach. Travellers enjoy it for its pink sand and turquoise water. From there, you will take off to a new adventure — scuba-diving in the clear waters of the Pacific Ocean.

Two certified divers trained by our team will be waiting for you on the beach. They will give you a short training before entering the sea, and guide you through the entire diving experience, ensuring you are safe and supported at all times.  

While under water, you will explore coral reefs and observe fishes of all types and colors.

Trekking in Rano Kau Volcano and Orongo | 2 HOURS
During this hike, you will pass through eucalyptus forests, discover inspiring landscapes, and get to the top of the volcano, offering you a viewing point over Hanga Roa, the island’s main town.
The crater of Rano Kau crater is the largest of Rapa Nui. The rainwater inside it created a freshwater lake, that is covered by totora reeds, figs,and vines. It is one of the most special and magical places on the island.

Trekking to Rano Raraku Volcano | 2 HOURS
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 will most definitely take your breath away as you make your way to the volcano crater, while observing the Moais-filled valley.

To make the most of this experience, we recommend taking this tour in the afternoon before sunset. Take your time to explore the valley and listen to the guides telling you 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. From there, you will enjoy the intense colors of the sunset.

Trekking to Terevaka Volcano | 4 HOURS
The walk begins at Ahu Akivi, the inland sacred place where seven Moais are looking out towards the ocean. Terevaka 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 forests, green hills and lush meadows with wild horses.

Handbike to Ahu Tongariki | 1 1/2 HOURS TO 2 HOURS
This scenic ride alongside the coast, towards the beach of Anakena, offers various archaeological sites along the way and impressive cliffs views.

Arriving at Ahu Tongariki, the Rapa Nui largest Moais platform, you will observe 15 Moais turn their backs to the sea to protect their sacred energy. From here you can see the oldest volcano on the island — Poike.

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