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This lake-filled crater is filled with remnants of the Birdman cult practiced until 1867.
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Reviewed 12 January 2016

We went here post horseback riding so I was moving a little slowly. Most of the ground is flat with small sections with stairs and incline. If you have limited mobility stop before the little stone houses and go back the way you came, as...More

Thank liz e
Reviewed 10 January 2016

We visited this on a half day tour. Along with the we were educated about the whole bird man thing that went on years ago. We also saw the little islands off the coast and saw little houses they stayed in. The bird man stuff...More

Thank Diana R
Reviewed 6 January 2016

Fantastic location, view of the picture perfect Moto Nui island and Rano Kau caldera. No moais here, but lots of great history and amazing vistas. Must visit!

1  Thank SheldyC
Reviewed 2 January 2016 via mobile

Great view of the ocean and the bird man island. So much history to learn here. We enjoyed it a lot. Don't forget to bring some rain gear and warm jacket since the weather changes all the time on the island.

Thank Chatchawan S
Reviewed 28 December 2015

I was amazed to find out that the ancient ceremony of the birdman took place here and that they climbed thru the cliff from the ocean, the views are amazing, highly recommended.

Thank Patricia H
Reviewed 24 December 2015

The Stone Village of Orongo is a pretty disappointing experience. First of all - to get there you must climb an incredibly long, winding road. By the time you're there, you're so exhausted you can barely think straight. It's an 800-feet (or 300 meter) high...More

1  Thank AB00706
Reviewed 13 December 2015

Orongo is located around Rano Kau caldera. Orongo was large and it took about one hour to walk through. The contrast between ancient residences and beautiful natures such as blue ocean and green colored caldera was fantastic. Do not forget to bring the passport since...More

Thank YacchanAmarone
Reviewed 9 December 2015 via mobile

Easter Island is more than moais. Here the bird man cult becomes tangible - ceremonial village and incredible views of the motus. Can be enjoyed without a tour as they have a good English language brochure and some bilingual exhibits. You need a scooter or...More

1  Thank trooper92
Reviewed 23 November 2015

It is just at the back of the town and beyond the airport. The volcano is quite spectacular even on a rainy day. and a must see when in Easter Island

Thank Oldjack
Reviewed 16 November 2015

Part of our package tour, our guide explained the competition that took place on the site, and we got to take some great photos alongside the crater.

Thank GrWeSp
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