Breakfast in our hotel in Easter Island.
We start our tour at 09:30 am from Hanga Roa heading to the Ana Kai Tangata natural cave where it is possible to appreciate some rupestrian art representing birds such as the manutara, and where it is possible to watch waves breaking upon the cliff. We will continue our tour by visiting the Rano Kau Volcano
where we will be able to see the largest crater on the Island and one of the largest sweet water reservation of the area. Finally, we will visit the Orongo Ceremonial Village, old and magnificent ceremonial city located in the western side of the Rano Kau volcano. It features 53 elliptical houses made of sandstone and a small square window looking to the sea. In this place, the most important ceremony of the second period of Easter Island was carried out: the election of the Tangata Manu (Bird-Man), this ceremony stopped being performed 150 years ago, due to the arrival of the first Christian missioners.
At 01:00 pm approximately, we will return to the village.
During the afternoon, you will be able to carry out a horseback riding in Easter Island (not included):
Horseback Riding to the Caverns of Easter Island
Tour time: 09:00 am �?? 02:30 pm
Length: 3,5 hours
Departing from your hotel in Easter Island, we will enjoy a unique horseback riding to the cavern area. These caverns spread through the Island were used as residence, as graveyard and shelter during war time. We will ride, visiting the caverns of Ana Kakenga and the "Two Windows Caverns", located in the northeaster coastal area of the Island. To access this cavern, we have to enter in a hole in the ground. After that, we will head to Ana te Pahu, a less visited place in the Island, but featuring a beautiful landscape. Then, we will continue to Ahu Akivi, importante sacred altar and platform, ending in Maunga Roiho.
Accommodation in Easter Island.