M32***23Once you set foot on Rapa Nui, you can easily go to Playa Ovahe. It is very close to Anakena beach, everyone goes there. After parking the car, just drive along the trail on the left. Before you reach the beach, take time to look at the ancient funeral site! They will burn down the homes of sick relatives here. Holy land! Continue along the path on the left and then reach the beach. The colors of the rocks here are beautiful. Swimming in crystal clear water. Enjoy this beautiful place!
南美当地向导YolandaArrange tourists to go to Easter Island to start a 4-day and 3-night itinerary tour.
I recommend everyone if you can only watch one Moai statue, you must choose Ahu Tongariki, which is the most spectacular, famous and representative stone statue group on the island. The 15 stone statues here are different in height, short, fat and thin, and each is unique, perhaps vividly restoring the image characteristics of the aborigines. In addition to the advantages of scale, Ahu Tongariki, located in the east of Easter Island, is still the best place to watch the sunrise and starry sky. When the morning light passed through the gap between the stone statues and cast their shadows into the distance, the shock of this moment was beyond words, and you had to be there to feel it.
M48***13Ahu Tongariki is one of the most beautiful landscapes on Easter Island. There are five stone statues on the cliffs by the sea. They are tall, short, fat and thin. They are all different, just like a big family. They have stood for thousands of years. Looking at the sea by the sea, especially at sunrise and sunset, I feel that this picture is really poetic and beautiful, and the beauty is beyond words.
M48***13According to research, the Lanola Lap quarry is the source of many stone statues on Easter Island. The mountains here are very large and there are many unfinished stone statues scattered on the fields and hillsides. This is also an archeological site. Scientists study the stone statues on Easter Island and the important places of their sources, which is of great significance for archaeological research.
M48***13Ranoko Volcano is an extinct volcano on Easter Island. The crater forms a very flat depression, like a huge basin buried in the ground, which is very spectacular. Many mysterious stone statues have been unearthed here. It is a remote area on Easter Island and it is worth exploring.
M48***13The belly button of the world is located on the seashore southeast of Easter Island, and it is also a very mysterious place on the island. I don’t know whether the rocks here are artificially polished or natural stone balls. They are placed in a round stone-stacked pit, which feels like the belly buttons of the earth. How are these popular stones formed so far? Still an unsolved mystery.
Museo Antropologico P. Sebastian EnglertEaster Island,Chile
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Easter Island Weather
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Mar 7, 2021
21 ~ 26℃
Mar 8, 2021
20℃ / 26℃
Mar 9, 2021
20℃ / 25℃
Mar 10, 2021
20℃ / 24℃
Mar 11, 2021
20℃ / 25℃
Mar 12, 2021
21℃ / 26℃
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Easter Island
Mar 7, 2021 Easter Island Weather:Rain, Northeasterly Wind:10-17 kph, Humidity:88%, Sunrise/Sunset:08:14/20:43
Easter Island Driving:Suitable, Running:Good, Cycling:Suitable
While visiting my son in Chile I had the opportunity to fly to Easter Island and see the Moai! They are huge and amazing to view. It’s hard to imagine how ancient people were able to move them from the quarry without modern machines. Easter Island itself is a wonderful tropical getaway. I’m glad the I had the opportunity to visit and it’s a place I’d love to go again!
We took the Orongo trail, the one that ancient Rapa Nui took each year on their bird man cult celebration, and we hiked to the top of Rano Kau volcano to be greeted by a gigantic crater, filled with an amazing wetland. Not only the view to the wetland is breathtaking, but if you look back, you can see the entire Easter Island, including the two other volcanoes: Poike and Terevaka.
This is the ceremonial village where the villages held the Birdman competition to retrieve the 1st tern egg from an island across the Mata Nui inlet. There are quite a few houses with shale walls and a very small entry. Although you can't go inside one they are very interesting to see, along with the petroglyphs.
The beach was filled with both locals
and travelers, soft sand, some low rolling hills and on top overlooking it all were a fantastic collection of Moai statues. The parking lot leads to a foot path with restaurants and shops on both sides and at the end is the beach. A must stop to see the Moai with a beach background
Buy your ticket at the airport for ease $54 Chilean pesos per person, valid for 10 days, most places can be revisited, just a couple not. The whole island is effectively the national park and you need your ticket every time you go to a place. Well worth the money, especially if they use it for the greater good.
Our favourite site on the island. This is the quarry where the majority if the Moai were carved and then transported to various parts of the island. There are many Moai in various stages of completion.
The terrain is uneven and the trails on the hill are up and down - so can be difficult to manage.
This is the sunrise spot and can get very busy. Depending on what type of camera/lense you have you might prefer to stay out of the walled area to get the wide angle and sea behind. Try and go during the afternoon too to get the light on their faces.
Chile Travel - Easter Island under the stars, this magical island is full of charm under the stars. The Stone Giant is like a dialogue with the stars, and it is like the most powerful guard on the island.
Easter Island rises and falls in the sun, and night falls to the Milky Way. Every island can make this island show its charm. I really admire the people who made these stone carvings.
I am leaving Chile. Although I am leaving with the doubts of most people, I hope to listen to others telling stories about this place. I don't know if I am like me?
Chile Travel - The stone giant on Easter Island, the stone giant standing on the most remote island in the world, has been witnessing and witnessing too many people coming from, or love, or affection, or Friendship, or lone walkers, etc...
I hope to know more about the story of these stone giants on this island, but they ended up with doubts, because no one knows here. s story. It is only legends that have been passed down to the world...