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Caleta Hanga Piko, Hanga Roa, Easter Island Chile
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#3 of 101 Speciality lodging in Hanga Roa
We are a family hostel was born seven years ago to give you a place of rest and learning of a living culture. Good combination of rustic and natural, is an environment that brings creativity and desire to learn even more our mysterious culture. Here you can enjoy the most beautiful sunsets in addition to surprise you with the blanket of stars that dazzle anyone. The hostel is located on the seafront (there is a mini coffee, which sells breakfast and lunches) walk along the coast, in 10 minutes you reach the center and in 2 minutes you get to a fishing village called Hanga Piko, diving center, restaurant and an imposing platform called moai Ahu Riata. We also offer services of local guides Tour, massages, car rental, scooters and bicycles. We have double, twin, triple, quadruple and single with private bath, living room, kitchen with sea view and shared refrigerator equipped or if you want to make an unforgettable trip with friends or family cabin we offer a room for 5-6 people maximum. Tojika hostel caters all your requirements and needs. Come, we are waiting!
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LazyDays4Us wrote a review Mar 2020
Noosa, Australia330 contributions247 helpful votes
Had the "matrimonial" cabana (separate self contained little cabin) for our anniversary in Rapa Nui/Easter Island. Smooth airport transfers. 5 amazing days/4 nights here, with the ever changing ocean views just out our front door. 20 minute level walk into township for wider selection of restaurants and cafes, galleries & shops. Note: Not much is open Sunday nights for dinner, so plan around that. We did find Oreko open (about 800 meters from Hostal) which was really good. I mean really really good. Next door to Hostal Tojika is Mahia (yellow building with great chef, excellent dinners, and they are also open for breakfast). And turn left & up on the hill is Tataku Vave (8 minute walk). Not cheap, service a dash slow but good food. If you want local lobster or try the Rape Rape, then book a few days before hand. There are about 5 Mini Markets in/closer to town to choose from for grocery shopping needs. Back to Tojika - we loved it here, so quiet & relaxed. You can hire small car, bikes for the day for wider exploring. Macarena is a brilliant host, and the Tojika Team are super friendly, kind & really helpful.
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Date of stay: March 2020
2 Helpful votes
bukagirl wrote a review Jan 2020
New Jersey3,728 contributions10,962 helpful votes
If you don't mind 15-20 minute walk and non existent internet this place is ok. Very clean 2 rooms share a kitchen and common space I lucked out was alone. Great ocean views no beach and great spot to watch the sunset. Free airport transfers with a lei! 1 day not hot water. Not sure if I would stay here again. They do rent cars, bikes and motorcycles for your convenience. They do try!
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
18 Helpful votes
rlgm007 wrote a review Dec 2019
San Antonio, TX122 contributions48 helpful votes
At $120 night you’re much better paying a little more and staying elsewhere...or pay less and stay in the shared rooms here. The hostel right next door had tents for rent. I would have rather stayed in a tent and left my belongings in my car. (FYI: a car is a must on the island, make sure car tires can withstand rocky roads and pot holes). I moved from the splendid Takarua Hotel to the Tojika because I decided to stay longer on the island and the Takarua was fully booked for my extra days. The Tajika is a hostel and not a hotel by any means. It caters to the backpackers. I booked a sea view room. My room had a sea view but the car park was in front of my view. My tiny 200 sq ft room with 7 ft high ceilings felt claustrophobic (I’ve had cruise ship cabins bigger than this room!). The room had no a/c (just a fan), no safe, no tv, no tea kettle (there was one in the main kitchen), no drinking water, and no breakfast. I had two nescafé coffee packets in the room and they were not replenished the next day. The twin bed was comfortable and the room was very clean. The shower worked well and I had plenty of hot water. The wifi didn’t work very well (I had no problems with the wifi at the Takarua). I understand that everything on Easter Island costs more but this room would be a $30 room anywhere else... the Takarua at $200 a night is a lot better deal (and a nicer location right in front of the Maori statues which I could see from my room and I could see the sea with no cars in front). Only saving grace about the Tojika is that the staff is very nice and helpful. Makarena is super nice, speaks Spanish, French, and English. She gave me a ride to the airport too.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled solo
1 Helpful vote
joya_de_los_sachas wrote a review Dec 2019
Seattle, Washington175 contributions40 helpful votes
i did my homework before booking room #1 here. i made sure they had a sernatur number to be compatible with accepted rapa nui accommodations, i decided to afford myself the luxury of having a private bathroom and also wanted access to a place to cook my own food if i choose to do that at any point during my stay. macarena picked me up at the airport. the one thing i would say for people arriving and looking for their name as they leave the departure area and walk outside to a large number of people holding signs is that the small white board she used has hostal tojika handwritten and i missed it upon first glance at all the other signs. be sure to scan all the signs, even the small ones, actually especially the small ones, if this is where you’ve made your reservation because she’ll be there waiting for you but you may not spot her right away. the rooms, hostal and kitchen areas are all nice: clean with good amenities. i was given a shelf in the refrigerator to store food and could use any of the appliances or things to make myself comfortable. they will do laundry for you but you are not allowed to wash your own in your room or in the kitchen and they don’t want it hanging up in your room either, which i understand. if you’re concerned about drinking the local tap water, hostal tojika actually has a system where you can refill your water bottle from their large carboy (for a charge) but i found it more economical to go to a store at the beginning of my trip, buy a 5L bottle of water and store it on my shelf in the fridge. some may not want to do that because of having to haul the water back after purchasing it. i stayed here for five days and had already booked my two day tour with another company but they have several fliers posted in case you come without plans or have free days to fill here and there. they cleaned my room each day which i didn’t expect and on xmas eve left me a small wrapped gift on my bed with my name on it which was a very sweet touch! in general, the owner or one of the girls working asked if i needed anything and if everything was ok on a daily basis. there was just the right level of attention but it wasn’t overbearing and i felt like i could be independent and do my thing but that if i needed or wanted help, they were definitely there to provide assistance and problem solve. on my last morning, macarena took a group of us to the airport for our flight and we were all given small moai necklaces as token going away gifts. it’s a nice touch, again, that reflects the caring nature of most locals i met on the island. i’d definitely recommend hostal tojika! the shared rooms were more like hostal/dorms but there are also private rooms which change the experience and provide an upgrade for older guests who might not be so backpackers any more :) the attention to detail and cleanliness were what i liked about this place. i would classify it as fancy, but definitely comfortable, clean and a place to spend time after a day out and about.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled solo
2 Helpful votes
65Chick2013 wrote a review Oct 2019
Pietermaritzburg, South Africa18 contributions1 helpful vote
It is walking distance from town, a very good restaurant (Tataku Vave), and the ‘sunset’ moai at Anu Tahai. Depending on your fitness one can even attempt to walk to Ranu Kau from here. It has a fantastic view over the ocean - especially with sunset, which can be watched sitting at a small table in front of your room sipping on a glass of wine. Although small, the space is well designed and even with two big suitcases we were comfortable moving around our room. The shared kitchen is clean and has all the necessary cutlery and crockery. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We rented a vehicle at the property.(recommended to travel around the island to go to Rano Raraku, Abu Tongariki and to the beach at Playa Anakena) One can also rent scooters, bicycles or quad bikes. Collection from- and dropping-off at the airport is included. We were given flowers on arrival and a talisman necklace on departure - the latter of which will serve as reminder of our fabulous trip for ever.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1 Helpful vote
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hostal Tojika
Which popular attractions are close to Hostal Tojika?
Nearby attractions include Ballet Kari Kari (0.9 km), Cementerio de Isla de Pascua (1.2 km), and Playa Pea (1.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hostal Tojika?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, airport transportation, and dry cleaning.
Is parking available at Hostal Tojika?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hostal Tojika?
Conveniently located restaurants include Kotaro, Makona Restaurant, and Tataku Vave.
Does Hostal Tojika have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Hostal Tojika offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Hostal Tojika located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.7 km away from the centre of Easter Island.
Are any cleaning services offered at Hostal Tojika?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hostal Tojika?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Are there any historical sites close to Hostal Tojika?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Orongo (4.1 km), Ahu Tahai (1.5 km), and Ahu Vinapu (4.2 km).
Does Hostal Tojika have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbour view available here.
Is Hostal Tojika accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.