The Arrival of Hotu Matu’a – Full day tour

$79000

Features:

Transportation:   Bus with air conditioning
Duration:   All day (9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.)
Departure time:   9:00 am at Mahinatur sales office downtown
Features:   You will visit Ana Kakenga, Ahu Tongariki, Rano Raraku, Te Pito Kura, Anakena.
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Conditions and Restrictions:

  • Book activity with a minimum of 3 working days prior to the tour, subject to availability.
  • Time in advance to modify Reservation date: 48 hrs. In case of not modifying within the deadlines or no presentation, the activity will be borrowed.
  • Inform if you are vegetarian, vegan or any type of food allergy or intolerance. Special lunch $ 5000 additional.
  • Be in physical conditions compatible with the development of the activity.
  • Schedule to be presented at Mahina’s office for tour: 9:00 AM, local time.

    Recommended:

    • Bring hat with visor, long trekking socks. First Layer: Lower and Upper trekking shoes. Second layer: Polar thin, swimsuit. Third layer: Gore-tex jacket Sandals, t-shirt, busff or protective collar, long sleeve t-shirt, sunglasses, trekking pants, sun block, trekking shorts, small backpack (25 lts).
    • Buy the ticket to the Rapa Nui National Park prior to the beginning of the excursion. Porting the ticket is mandatory for entry to any archaeological site. It is personal and non-transferable. Points of sale: Mataveri Airport and Box Office of Ma’u Henua, in the center of Hanga Roa.

Description

On the Anakena Easter Island tour, it is possible to introduce yourself to the process of colonization of the island and the cultural features of the first inhabitants of Rapa Nui. Here is the story of Hotu Matua, the first king, who starts a settlement that lasted more than 700 years and is recognized as the most prolific period of the island’s culture. On this excursion it is possible to visit the area where Hotu Matua landed, the sector where it is believed to be located. tomb and some of the places where a large part of the giant statues that populate Easter Island were built. The tour begins in the town of Hanga Roa, heads towards Anakena Beach along the road to the center of the island – known sector like Vaitea- and concludes with the return to Hanga Roa along the south coast of Rapa Nui.

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