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Rapa Nui is the most remote island of the world and a place that to present day conserves the way of life of the ancestors. Our intention is to demonstrate and teach this cultural heritage to the visitor, achieving this with native guides and tours...more
I was promised that I would see the caves on the island, finishing the day by seeing the sunset by the cave by the ocean. During the tour the guide explained that we would be going to the 7 moai instead, he would then be...More
Moi is definitely a character and we got some brilliant pictures wearing his head dress and brandishing his staff. He even served up some fresh fish that he cooked on a stone with a home-made fire while we were walking around the famous Maoi quarry....More
The office of Rapa Nui Ancestral Tours is located on Te Pito O Te Henua, across the street from the soccer field. They do archaeological tours, snorkeling, trekking, traditional Polynesian-style food, body painting and much more. Moi is a witty, imaginative and ingenious guide; the...More
We had hired a quad bike on our first full day on the island so drove ourselves around looking at the Moari's and reading up on them which was cool.. Great to have the wind in your hair cruising around.
On our second day we...More
Moi, the tour guide, is a character just by himself. He is very well informed and you can learn a lot of stuff with him. I rate the tour (full day tour) 3/5 because in Raro Raraku he left us just by ourselves. He just...More