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Private Tour: Full-Day Easter Island Highlights
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Private Tour: Full-Day Easter Island Highlights

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Make the most of a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the iconic archaeological sites at Easter Island on this private tour. Learn about the history of the monolithic carvings from your guide before stopping to visit less-frequented natural attractions, including the Rano Kau crater and Anakena beach. Hotel pickup and drop-off and private transportation ensure a comfortable and convenient experience.
USD 200.00 per adult
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matgoodliff wrote a review Oct. 2019
Folkestone, United Kingdom3 contributions
pretty cool trumpet rock, deserves more attention considering its heritage and the value placed upon it years ago
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Date of experience: January 2019
Ngoc wrote a review Sep. 2019
Vancouver, Canada33 contributions3 helpful votes
This is by the side of the road, you must pay attention or you'd miss it. It was used as a trophy for warriors and was carried around the islands. You can imagine the sound when you blow into the holes.
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Date of experience: September 2019
Robert D wrote a review Mar. 2019
44 contributions6 helpful votes
A small site on the northeast coast road east of Hanga Roa. A rock with multiple holes bored into it that supposedly were used as a "trumpet" to call the fish toward the shore for capture. Protective fence now prohibits trying your own trumpet skills.
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Date of experience: March 2019
Esther P wrote a review Mar. 2019
Chicago, Illinois1,253 contributions701 helpful votes
This small stone is protected by a fence. Try to get a close look at the fertility petroglyphs etched in the stone. Also your licensed guide has park permission to go over the short fence to demonstrate how the stone was used.
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Date of experience: March 2019
Linda Y wrote a review Dec. 2018
Frisco, Texas3,702 contributions3,444 helpful votes
This 1.25m (4 ft) stone is named after Hiro, the ancient god of rain. A stone aerophone, blowing through the main hole results in a deep trumpet-like sound. Several legends surround its use. Did its sound attract fish to the coast? Or summon participants to a ceremonial fertility ritual? Perhaps it was used to invoke Hiro during periods of drought. Like the other mysteries on Easter Island, no one knows for sure. If you’re driving the north coast road, make a quick stop here to admire an ancient Rapa Nui musical instrument.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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