We will begin our visit by visiting the Ahu Vaihu and Akahanga, temples composed of platforms or stone altars where assemblies of pukaos or moais are gathered. the Ahu Vaihu is framed by cliffs where ocean waves break, giving it an impressive appearance. The Ahu Akahanga area has not been restored and allows us to see the state in which the island was found by the first explorers.
We will continue traveling towards Rano Raraku, a volcanic crater formed by the solidification of the ash that contains a lagoon inside. Here, in this place where the moais were carved, still remain 397 sculptures unfinished.
Then we will visit Ahu Tongariki, a ceremonial platform of 200 meters in length that has 15 huge moais. We will also visit Ahu Te Pito Kura where the Moai Paro is located, which is 10 meters high and weighs 85 tons. In this place we will also find a large spherical stone that is identified as the navel of the world, called "Te Pito or Te Henua".
Finally, we will end our day resting in Anakena, the most popular beach on the island. In addition to its natural beauty, we can appreciate a long line of Moais that turn their backs on the sea, which makes it unique. Here we can enjoy our lunch.
After lunch, we will end our trip by returning to our selected hotels.