Isla de Pascua 04 días / 03 Noches

Isla de Pascua 04 días / 03 Noches

Incluye : Traslado Aeropuerto / Hotel / Aeropuerto en servicio privado ; 03 noches de alojamiento en el Hotel Easter Island Ecolodge con sistema Solo Alojamiento y Desayuno ; Ahu Akivi Archaeological Tour ; Half Day Ahu Akivi

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Isla de Pascua

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"Isla de Pascua es una isla de Chile en el sudeste del océano Pacífico, en el punto más sureste del triángulo polinesio. Isla de Pascua es famosa por sus 887 estatuas monumentales existentes, llamadas moai, creados por los primeros habitantes de Rapa Nui. En 1995, la UNESCO nombró la Isla de Pascua Patrimonio de la Humanidad, con gran parte de la isla protegida dentro del Parque Nacional Rapa Nui. Isla de Pascua es una de las islas habitadas más remotas del mundo. Las mayores atracciones turísticas de la isla de Pascua son los Moai de pie sobre plataformas ceremoniales llamados Ahus. También estan Rano Raraku y Orongo que requieren la entrada al parque nacional. Dos sitios excepcionales son los cráteres volcánicos de Rano Kau y Rano Raraku. La cantera ligeramente en el interior en ""Rano Raraku"" es donde se crea la mayoría de los moais, en una ladera. "

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Easter Island Ecolodge

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Hotel Rapa Nui está en pleno corazón de Hanga Roa, a pocos pasos de Mercado Artesanal Municipal y Iglesia Hanga Roa Hotel Rapa Nui está en pleno corazón de Hanga Roa, a pocos pasos de Mercado Artesanal Municipal y Iglesia Hanga Roa. Este hotel se en...
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  • DOBLE (MATRIMONIAL) (1)

  • ALOJAMIENTO Y DESAYUNO

  • 3 Noches de alojamiento

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Ahu Akivi Archaeological Tour

día 0 - Shared Tour (15:00-18:30)
Rapa Nui National Park, a wildlife sanctuary spread across most of Easter Island and a UNESCO World Heritage site, contains about 900 moai sculptures as well as 300 ahu, or ceremonial platforms, on which the carved figures stand. Sculpted from solidified volcanic ash, these statues are believed to represent the spirits of ancestors and high-ranking members of each tribe.

After hotel pickup from Hanga Roa, travel south with your guide into the park to Ahu Tahai, a ceremonial platform that has a unique moai, a stone giant that stands alone, but which is protected by its more than 4 meters high and its imposing figure.

Continue north to Puna Pau to see how some moai sport a different look. You'll notice they have pukao, or topknots made out of red scoria on their heads. It's believed the volcanic rock was used to impress rival tribes. Roughly 30 pukao are located in or near the Puna Pau quarry, the source of the red scoria.

Then head to Ahu Akivi, where you’ll see a line of seven moai looking out toward the ocean. The moai here each stand 16 feet (5 meters) tall and weigh about 18 tons (16 metric tons). What's mysterious about these sea-facing figures? It's an unusual sight considering the other ahu moai stand with their backs against the water.

One theory behind their unusual position: These moai symbolize the seven explorers from the Polynesian homeland of Hiva sent by the chief to find the island of Rapa Nui. According to this hypothesis, these statues face the ocean in the direction they came from.

Our last point will be The -Ahu Huri a Urenga- one of the 25 platforms that are not on the coast, but in the interior of the island and corresponds to an agricultural area, human settlements.

After your engaging exploration of ahu moai, you’ll be taken back to your hotel.

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English and Spanish

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Hotel pickup

End point: Same as starting point

Schedule
Opening dates
Monday/Wednesday/Friday, 15:00 - 18:00

Duration: 3 Hours

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Half Day Ahu Akivi

día 2 - Private tour: driver + Spanish guide
During this circuit we visit Ahu Akivi, one of the few platforms where the statues seem to look to the sea, with seven moai on it, these are said to represent the seven explorers sent by the king to Hotu to Matu before travel colonizer.

After this visit will continue Puna Pau, red scoria small crater in which were made the Pukao: hats or crowns of the moai. Finally we will visit a particular platform with only one moai, but who has 20 fingers (or 4 hands) at Huri an Urenga. This statue is also peculiar because is firmly lined to the winter solstice. This platform is located at what we now consider the entrance of the Hanga roa town from the Anakena road.

Dress code: Rain coat, walking shoes, swimsuit, sun block and confortable clothing.

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09:30 - 12:30
15:30 - 18:30

Duration: 3 Hours

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Isla de Pascua 04 días / 03 Noches
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