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Private Easter Island Full-Day Tour
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Easter Island Super Saver: Ahu Akivi and Orongo plus Anakena Beach Day Trip
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Small-Group Full-Day Easter Island Highlights North and West
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Reviewed 1 week ago

To travel there,is recommended to everyone,who want to feel the vibe of the ancestors..The huge sculptures are awesome.

Thank puncspogacsa
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Ahu Akivi is the moai platform that is inland and faces the ocean, unlike most other moai who face inland from the ocean perimeter. Ahu Akivi is definitely worth a visit and a unique moai site. Try to go there early morning or late afternoon,...More

Thank antwerp88
Reviewed 16 August 2017

Ahu Akivi provides one of the most breathtaking examples of the Moai on Easter Island. It is told that they are representative of the seven explorers who came to the island to make way for the King Hotu Matu’a. Unlike the other Moai on the...More

Thank Dani S
Reviewed 7 August 2017

The seven Moai here are the only ones on the island facing the sea. It is thought that they may commemorate the Polynesian explorers of kings who first came to the island. They stand looking back toward the Marquesas from which they came. Excellent and...More

Thank Arthur C
Reviewed 12 July 2017

First day in Easter Island was wet. Was disapointing. Then dried out. Next 3 days were dry & only rained at night. I took a tour to Ahu Akivi. A sacred place. The first 7 young tribe's men, went ahead of the fleet, to arrive...More

Thank blandimportscom
Reviewed 11 June 2017

Nothing out of the ordinary, once you have seen many moais, except for the inland location. A nice sidetrip, if you have the time.

Thank Mary T
Reviewed 8 June 2017

During my journey through Rapa Nui, l learned that virtually all of the Moai face inland, away from the ocean. So, it was fascinating to finally see Ahu Akivi. The 7 Moai on this Ahu face the ocean. My Rapa Nui guide advised that the...More

Thank jonahNJ
Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

The seven moaïs are impressive. The site was restored with precision. The moaïs are facing inland because they represent the seven explorers that where sent by the king (think polynesia) to discover the island. One of the most interesting site on the island. Worth your...More

Thank Michel L
Reviewed 28 May 2017

1 of the most impressive platform of statues on the island and I guess therefore the world. I ended up visiting this twice, first was by car and second entirely by accent on foot. I walked from Hanga Roa to Terevaka and on the way...More

Thank Robert C
Reviewed 20 May 2017

These are only moabs situated inland, instead of along the seashore. These are explorers. A good place to visit for nice pictures. Amazing!

Thank Geminican
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2 November 2015|
Response from A S | Reviewed this property |
I wouldn't recommend for you to do this. If you're looking for a nice sunset setting, I'd rather recommend Atahai, just (south) outside Hanga Roa, close to the cemetery. In fact, many say this is the best place to watch a... More
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