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Terevaka is the largest, tallest, and youngest of Easter Island’s three main extinct volcanoes. Standing at 500 m (1,664 ft) tall, its summit is the highest point on the island. The reward for the hike to the top: a spectacular 360° landscape view. You can...More
We started hiking from Ahu Akivi (the road leading up to Terevaka is clearly marked) and it took about 3 hours there and back, including a break at the top. It is a pleasant, not too strenuous hike if you have at least an average...More
I took the signposted dirt road next to Ahu Akivi and walked 1.5 hours up a gentle uphill (1 hour downhill) to reach the top, with little shade along the way. At one point, there is a short steep path to a crater ridge with...More
The trek starts from the right hand side as you enter the Ahu Akiwi moai site and is super to combine with this inland moai site, which is absolutely worht a visit! The trek is well marked with a sign. After visiting Ahu Akiwi, we...More
While it is said to be the highest point on the island, the walk up is not steep at all. It is a gradual uphill climb that takes about 3 hours total round trip (not counting time to get to this place from town). The...More
We hiked up to the top and were not disappointed with the view of the entire island. The hike took less than 3 hours and it was not challenging, if you had an average level of fitness. The scenery was tranquil (rolling grassy hills dotted...More
I climbed Maunga Terevaka on horseback, which was an adventure in itself. The horses and hikers shared pretty much the same path to the summit. The path/trail is well marked, easy to do hiking on your own. You don't really need a guide to hike...More
The volcano that marks the highest point of the island. I walked up here from Hanga Roa. It took me around 3 hours although I didn't take the most direct route and got a lift for a little part of the way.
It gives lovely...More