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Self-Guided Easter Island E-Bike Tour
"This Easter Island tour offers 3 different self-guided tour options. All routes visit historical monuments with deep Rapa Nui tradition. The daily rentals have a flexible pick-up schedule (between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.) and drop-off schedule (between 5 p.m. helmet handlebar bag hand-pump and insurance.Route 1: Hanga Roa - Rano Kau Volcano - Orongo - Vinapu - Ahu Akivi - Tahai - Hanga RoaRoute 2: Hanga Roa - Anankena Beach - Te Pito Kura - Papa Vaka - Anakena - Hanga RoaRoute 3: Hanga Roa - Hanga Te'e - A""Visit the world’s most remote inhabited island and explore all it has to offer on an electric bicycle. This is a truly unique self-guided experience that takes you through the diverse landscapes of the island and up close and personal with the mysterious title=Highlights&1=Instant+Confirmation&2=All+necessary+equipment+included
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Private Full-Day Easter Island Moai Monuments Tour
"Meet your driver/guide at your hotel at 10am and begin your day exploring the amazing sites of the moai monuments on Easter Island. Explore Tahai site where the morning light illuminates a restored village once settled by the ancient islanders an the exceptional part of the island where literally hundreds of the megalithic statues sit in various stages of carving. This quarry of statues is the birthplace of the moai. In Tongariki which was restored between 1992-96 note the most awe inspiring of the various platforms when you encounter 15 of the largest statues set with their stone faces in the direction toward the setting sun. At Te Pito Kura a nearly 33 foot (10 meter) tall morai now lies as a vestige of its former glory face down on the ground. This is one of the tallest ever to be erected. The nearby magnetic circular rock formation abounds with legends that will tickle your imagination. F visit Anakena Beach which belonged to the royal family in ancient times. You will see why this place would have attracted the royals or anyone for that matter. This truly one-of-a-kind place contains golden sand coconut alms and royal moai.Upon completion of your tour
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Self-Guided Easter Island E-Bike Tour
"This Easter Island tour offers 3 different self-guided tour options. All routes visit historical monuments with deep Rapa Nui tradition. The daily rentals have a flexible pick-up schedule (between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.) and drop-off schedule (between 5 p.m. helmet handlebar bag hand-pump and insurance.Route 1: Hanga Roa - Rano Kau Volcano - Orongo - Vinapu - Ahu Akivi - Tahai - Hanga RoaRoute 2: Hanga Roa - Anankena Beach - Te Pito Kura - Papa Vaka - Anakena - Hanga RoaRoute 3: Hanga Roa - Hanga Te'e - A""Visit the world’s most remote inhabited island and explore all it has to offer on an electric bicycle. This is a truly unique self-guided experience that takes you through the diverse landscapes of the island and up close and personal with the mysterious title=Highlights&1=Instant+Confirmation&2=All+necessary+equipment+included
From $40.00

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To Terevaka

Of the three major volcanoes that give Easter Island its triangular shape, the highest, Maunga Terevaka, is perhaps the least dramatic even though its slopes and subsidary vents form a very large part...
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Meet the cattle of Easter Island

You can essentially get to all the island sites of interest by road so you can travel by vehicle, bike or horse. Going by foot is a challenge of stamina and locally not recommended for the northern...
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Sunday: visit the mass

On Sunday we had to get up rather early to visit the mass (at 9.00 am) in the Church of the Holy Cross.We walked from our residencial Tahai through the quiet streets to the nearby church. Suddenly...
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watch out for water

after a visit to ahu akivi,the map i had wasn't really that good so i asked for directions from the one tour bus driver i saw,i wanted to take the road that goes to the coast,so he says just follow...
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Maunga Terevaka

Maunga Terevaka is the highest point on Easter Island. Understandeably, the views are good going up the mountain. This is the youngest of the volcanoes on Easter Island and was the last one to erupt....
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Ahu Riata

Most visitors see the erected moai on Ahu Tautira in the center of Hanga Roa, however there is another one just south of town that many people miss. To see this one, follow the coastal road south past...
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The island cemetery

This is located just south of the Tahai complex. It is the only cemetery I saw on the island. The place is well kept and beautifully appointed. The cemetery is worth a look while exploring around...
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Horseback adventure

Pantu horseback adventure. Ask to do a trek ($40. per person) on the North Coast (not accessible any other way) ending at Anakena beach, ask for a car pickup there (at no extra cost) the north coast...
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Visit Ana O Keke (Cave of the Virgin) Part 2 of 2

At this point, you're walking towards the cliff, between the two volcanic hills nearest it.As you come between the hills, you’ll see on your left what looks like an excavation, or perhaps the...
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Visit Ana O Keke (Cave of the Virgin) Part 1 of 2

Thank you so much to easyoar here at Virtual Tourist for the instructions on how to find the cave of the white virgin. We successfully followed them in December 2006 - and would NEVER have found the...
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Go to the Church!

I was lucky to be on Easter Island on Palm Sunday (2005), just before Easter and based on recommendations I went to the Church.This was the single event during my 8 days on Rapa Nui when I saw the...
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Saturday 'market'

In Hanga Roa you can will find a couple of small 'supermarkets' and of course the Municipal Fair (at the junction of Atamu Tekena and Tu'u Maheke) where one can buy fresh fish, fruit or...
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Just stroll around in Hanga Roa

We loved it just to stroll around in Hanga Roa. To enjoy the relaxing atmosphere, to do some (window) shopping, to discover the markets, to smell the tropical flowers, to meet the very friendly people...
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Swimming and sunbathing

Although not the main interest of the (foreign) visitors to Easter Island, it is possible to do some (sea)swimming and sunbathing on the island. There are acouple of beaches at Ovahe and at Anakena....
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"Easter Island - Rapa Nui"
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"Easter Island and the Stone Heads"
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"Rapa Nui - a very special feeling"
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"Easter Island - The Most Remote Frontier On Earth"
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