Easter Island Tour

Easter Island Tour: A 3-Day Mystical Journey of Exploration and Discovery in Rapa Nui

Easter Island Tour: A 3-Day Mystical Journey of Exploration and Discovery in Rapa Nui

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Embark on a captivating 3-day Easter Island tour. Known as Rapa Nui, this mystical land is situated in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. This all-inclusive journey appeals to explorers, history enthusiasts, and photography aficionados. Experience an authentic and enriching adventure on an island filled with ancient wonders and vibrant local culture.


Moai Statues

Marvel at Easter Island’s iconic moai statues. These giant stone figures were carved by the island’s ancient inhabitants. Standing tall against stunning Pacific Ocean vistas, they are the island’s signature feature. Specialized sunrise and sunset tours offer unparalleled opportunities to capture these majestic sculptures in golden light.

Ahu Akivi and Ahu Tongariki

Explore Easter Island’s past with guided tours of the Seven Moai of Ahu Akivi and Ahu Tongariki. The grand platform of Ahu Tongariki boasts the island’s largest collection of giant megalithic statues. You’ll discover the impressive engineering feats of Rapa Nui’s early civilization.

Rano Kau & Orongo

Take a journey to Rano Kau, an ancient volcanic crater filled with lush greenery. Also, visit Orongo, an archaeological site known for its rich petroglyphs and birdman cult history. These sites provide breathtaking natural beauty and a unique cultural glimpse.

Rano Raraku

Explore Rano Raraku, where craftsmen carved almost all the island’s moai. With over three hundred statues in various positions, this location is both a photographer’s dream and a historical treasure trove.

Ana Kai Tangata Area

Experience the wild beauty of the Ana Kai Tangata area. Breathtaking cliffs and caves watch as the ocean sweeps up into them. The awe-inspiring scenes are both serene and powerful.

Accommodations and Local Cuisine

Stay in comfort at Hotel Otai or similar accommodations. Indulge in local flavors with freshly prepared meals celebrating Chilean and Polynesian culinary traditions.

Cultural Immersion

Through guided tours and interactions with local experts, you’ll connect with Rapa Nui’s cultural heritage, myths, and traditions. This isn’t just a sightseeing tour; it’s an immersive experience that connects you with the heart and soul of Easter Island.


Join us on this unforgettable exploration. Embrace the wild spirit of Rapa Nui, a land filled with mystery, beauty, and endless wonder.

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  • What to wear
    Wear layered clothing with moisture-wicking base layers, insulating mid-layers, and waterproof outer layers, along with sturdy hiking footwear.
  • Included
    Photo Assistance
  • Not Included
    Entrance Fees
    Local Flights

Tour Plan

DAY 1: Arrival + Sunset Photo Tour
Arrive at Easter Island and settle into your hotel. After a brief exploration of the town, embark on an evening tour to the 'Ana Kai Tangata' area to see breathtaking cliffs and caves. Continue to the Seven Moai of Ahu Akivi and finish at the majestic complex of Tahai to capture the sunset. Overnight stay at Hotel Otai or similar.
DAY 2: Sunrise at Ahu Tongariki, Rano Kau & Orongo + Sunset Photo Tour at Ahu Tongariki & Rano Raraku Sunset Through Night Photo Shoot
Start your day early with an unforgettable sunrise at Ahu Tongariki, the largest platform of the island. Explore Rano Kau and Orongo, delving into Rapa Nui's rich cultural heritage. In the afternoon, revisit Tongariki and then head to Rano Raraku, the quarry where almost all the island's statues were carved, for sunset and night photography. Overnight stay at Hotel Otai or similar.
DAY 3: Sunrise Photo Tour + Departure
On your final day, witness a captivating sunrise at Ahu Nau Nau and explore Te Pito Kura and Akahanga, significant archaeological sites on Easter Island. Conclude this enriching experience with a transfer to the airport for your departure.

Tour Location

Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, is located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. Renowned for its iconic moai statues, this remote volcanic island is part of Chile. Its isolation and unique blend of natural beauty and ancient history have made it a fascinating destination for travelers seeking to explore a land filled with mystery and wonder.

Rano Raraku, Easter Island, Chile: Rano Raraku is known as the "nursery" of the moai, where nearly all of Easter Island's iconic statues were carved. This volcanic crater contains hundreds of statues in various stages of completion. It's a vital part of the UNESCO World Heritage site that encompasses Rapa Nui National Park, preserving the history and craftsmanship of the ancient Rapa Nui people.
Ahu Tongariki, Easter Island, Chile: Ahu Tongariki is the largest ceremonial platform on Easter Island, featuring 15 colossal moai statues. It stands as a monumental testament to the island's fascinating past. Heavily damaged by a tsunami in 1960, it was later restored in an international collaboration. This awe-inspiring site is also part of the Rapa Nui National Park, recognized by UNESCO for its cultural significance.
Rano Kau & Orongo, Easter Island, Chile: Rano Kau is an ancient volcanic crater filled with a freshwater lake and lush vegetation. Adjacent to it is Orongo, a stone village and ceremonial center known for its petroglyphs and birdman cult history. Together, these sites offer a blend of natural beauty and unique cultural heritage. They too are encompassed within the UNESCO World Heritage site of Rapa Nui National Park, reflecting their integral role in Easter Island's storied past.