My husband and I came here for my 40th birthday, it was a bucket list trip. Everything I had read about the island in terms of travel was correct so it pays to do your resrarch. We stayed at Hotel Puku Vai which was on...More
About Rapa Nui National Park
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From small to huge a line of Moai sit on a crest on a hill. Must be one of the most photographed sights in Easter Island and what everyone goes see. Amazing sights
moai moai moai. That's the (deservedly) big draw. They are amazing, and theories about them abound. It's remarkable to see them in person. You are immediately transported.
We booked Esteban Zamora before arriving on the Island for a whole day tour We were a party of 4 and he was fabulous We were taken all over to the main Maoi sites Anekena Beach the Quarry and Orengo Crater everything was explained brilliantly...More
Get a good guide to take you round all the different aspects of the park and to explain all the history of the moai and the island. You will get far more out of your visit than going by yourself. Fascinating.
Yes its true ..the moais are the best but Rapa people are not most nice people..are rude..and very unfriendly. They dont have any idea how you have to treat a tourist. If not for the moais there's nothing more things to do. Maybe a diving...More
this really takes your breath away. One of the few restored sites (all Moais were toppled during clan wars) this particular place gives you the best sense of scale and majesty
The bucket list trip did not disappoint. Forget that it's an island in the middle of nowhere and make the trip to a time and place like nowhere else on earth. Pay homage to to the skilled artwork on display throughout the island, which is...More
If you purchase a park pass at the airport when you arrive you can visit all the parks. If going on a tour you will still need to get your own pass. it seems most of the island is in the national park, and each...More