El Hangaroa Lodge es perfecto para aquellos viajeros que buscan un destino fuera de lo común y lejos de las multitudes enloquecedoras. Esta eco-aldea y spa es un lugar donde podrás sumergirte en un mundo diferente, una cultura diferente, mientras seguramente conocerás gente nueva e interesante en este lugar rodeado de una tranquilidad que normalmente solo se puede soñar. El Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa es un lugar donde encontrarás la sencillez, los orígenes de la humanidad y, sobre todo, la belleza de la naturaleza. La propiedad más lujosa de la Isla de Pascua, y también el único resort de cinco estrellas en la “Isla Pascua”, Hangaroa Eco Village está ubicada en la ciudad principal de la isla, Hanga Roa, justo en la costa con vista al mar. Este gran hotel de 75 habitaciones se extiende sobre 17 acres y está diseñado en el estilo tradicional del pueblo indígena Rapa Nui. Las habitaciones están ubicadas en cabañas individuales formadas por techos cubiertos de pasto, pilares de madera y paredes de piedra oscura, y estos materiales naturales promueven una interrelación armónica en la que la naturaleza y la construcción se fusionan como una sola. Sin embargo, dentro de cada una de las habitaciones le esperan un estilo moderno y detalles de lujo, que incluyen Wi-Fi, bañeras de gran tamaño, camas súper cómodas y vistas inmejorables en algunas habitaciones. Las prácticas sostenibles se extienden a la iluminación natural y el reciclaje, así como a las prácticas de abastecimiento local de alimentos. El vestíbulo, los restaurantes y las salas de estar del hotel evocan una “casa bote”, una casa tradicional que parece un barco al revés, mientras que las cuatro salas de tratamiento del spa holístico parecen viviendas-cueva. Las instalaciones del spa incluyen bañera de hidromasaje, sauna y sala de masajes. Para disfrutar de comidas de calidad y relajarse, el albergue cuenta con dos restaurantes de lujo y un bar. Los huéspedes también pueden relajarse en las tumbonas junto a la piscina o participar en las excursiones guiadas diarias que ofrece el albergue ecológico. También se organizan actividades culturales. El hotel ofrece únicamente paquetes con pensión completa y parcial, y una estancia mínima de tres noches, que incluye las visitas guiadas y otras actividades.

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Chile, Easter Island, Meeting the Moai, Walking-Tour, Horseback Riding, Sailing, Fishing

Itinerario Detallado

Arrival on Easter Island – Transfer to the Hotel – Meeting the Moai

AM: Upon you arrival on Easter Island, you will be met with a welcoming reception before being driven to the hotel, where luggage and hotel registration assistance will be provided. After you have had a chance to unpack and settle into your room, you will be given a detailed itinerary along with a welcome kit.

PM: Following lunch, we will head out to view some of the 887 gigantic statues, or “moai,” that dot the island. Some of these figures stand as high as 46 feet (14 meters) tall, and weigh over 30 tons. Viewing these enigmatic works of art will likely be the highlight of your travel. Some of the most unique sites include the Tahai complex, where you’ll see the only statue on the island with painted eyes; and the red stone quarry of Puna Pau, where the moai’s “pukao” (headdresses) were sculpted. Afterwards, you can choose to spend the afternoon swimming and snorkeling.

AM: This morning we will walk into Hanga Roa, the island’s only substantial town, where you can get your bearings by strolling through the town center. Here you will be able to soak up the scenery around the fishing harbor before heading south to Ana Kai Tangata Cave. At this impressive black-rock cavern that’s best known for its colorful Manutara bird paintings, you will get your first introduction to the uncanny “Birdman ceremony.”

PM: After a hearty Easter Island lunch, you can choose to go horseback riding to landmarks on the island. This will give you a chance to ride through unique landscapes and to areas of archaeological interest, such as Ara or Te Moai (the “route of the moai”), the north coast of Hanga Oteo, the first Ahu, or the heights of Terevaka.

AM: This morning, you can choose to discover Easter Island from the sea and view the island from another perspective. While sailing, you can appreciate the island’s unique landscape, shaped by volcanic eruptions, and observe the great cliffs and islands that are within a few nautical miles. All of this will help you form a much richer idea about the formation of the island.

PM: This afternoon of sailing will allow you to experience one of the core activities of Rapa Nui culture: Fishing. This will be a great opportunity to share with local fishermen, and exchange skills and experiences.

AM: At the scheduled time, the Hangaroa team will take you to the airport for your departing flight.

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Arrival on Easter Island – Transfer to the Hotel – Meeting the Moai

AM: Upon you arrival on Easter Island, you will be met with a welcoming reception before being driven to the hotel, where luggage and hotel registration assistance will be provided. After you have had a chance to unpack and settle into your room, you will be given a detailed itinerary along with a welcome kit.

PM: Following lunch, we will head out to view some of the 887 gigantic statues, or “moai,” that dot the island. Some of these figures stand as high as 46 feet (14 meters) tall, and weigh over 30 tons. Viewing these enigmatic works of art will likely be the highlight of your travel. Some of the most unique sites include the Tahai complex, where you’ll see the only statue on the island with painted eyes; and the red stone quarry of Puna Pau, where the moai’s “pukao” (headdresses) were sculpted. Afterwards, you can choose to spend the afternoon swimming and snorkeling.

AM: This morning we will walk into Hanga Roa, the island’s only substantial town, where you can get your bearings by strolling through the town center. Here you will be able to soak up the scenery around the fishing harbor before heading south to Ana Kai Tangata cave. At this impressive black-rock cavern that’s best known for its colorful Manutara bird paintings, you will get your first introduction to the uncanny “Birdman ceremony.”

PM: This afternoon you can choose to discover Easter Island from the sea and view the island from another perspective. While sailing, you can appreciate the island’s unique landscape, shaped by volcanic eruptions, and observe the great cliffs and islands that are within a few nautical miles. All of this will help you form a much richer idea about the formation of the island.

AM: This afternoon, you are likely to find yourself be amazed by the charm of the paradisiacal Anakena Beach. Along with its white sands, warm turquoise waters, and beautiful palm trees are giant “Moai” statues set on two ceremonial platforms: The first called Ahu Ature Huki, and the other Nau-Nau Ahu. Nearby is yet another beach; magically tucked under large cliffs is the small but wonderful pink-sand Ovahe Beach. This is a perfect place where archaeology, landscape and recreation all meet, making it a magnificent spot for a picnic.

PM: After returning to the Hangaroa Eco-village for lunch, we will begin a trek to other heritage sites of interest and unique landscapes, always accompanied by guides who are specialists in Rapa Nui (Easter Island) culture. Sites can include sunset at Ahu Tahai, the “route of the caves,” a visit to the village of Orongo, or other sites of interest.

AM: This afternoon of sailing will allow you to experience one of the core activities of Rapa Nui culture: Fishing. This will be a great opportunity to share with local fishermen, and exchange skills and experiences.

PM: After a hearty Easter Island lunch, you can choose to go horseback riding to landmarks on the island. This will give you a chance to ride through unique landscapes and to areas of archaeological interest, such as Ara or Te Moai (the “route of the moai”), the north coast of Hanga Oteo, the first Ahu, or the heights of Terevaka.

AM: At the scheduled time, the Hangaroa team will take you to the airport for your departing flight.

PM:

Arrival in Easter Island – Transfer to the Hotel – Easter Island Horseback Riding

AM: Upon you arrival on Easter Island, you will be met with a welcoming reception before being driven to the hotel, where luggage and hotel registration assistance will be provided. After you have had a chance to unpack and settle into your room, you will be given a detailed itinerary along with a welcome kit.

PM: After a hearty Easter Island lunch, you can choose to go horseback riding to landmarks on the island. This will give you a chance to ride through unique landscapes and to areas of archaeological interest, such as Ara or Te Moai (the “route of the moai”), the north coast of Hanga Oteo, the first Ahu, or the heights of Terevaka.

AM: This morning we will walk into Hanga Roa, the island’s only substantial town, where you can get your bearings by strolling through the town center. Here you will be able to soak up the scenery around the fishing harbor before heading south to Ana Kai Tangata cave. At this impressive black-rock cavern that’s best known for its colorful Manutara bird paintings, you will get your first introduction to the uncanny “Birdman ceremony.”

PM: This afternoon, you can choose to go on a scuba diving excursion, which is a magical experience in Easter Island. Few places in the world have such extraordinary conditions as those of the island, with waters that range in temperature between 64˚F and 78˚F degrees, visibility up to 196 feet deep, and the opportunity to learn about marine species that cannot be found anywhere else.

AM: Following breakfast, we will head out to view some of the 887 gigantic statues, or “moai,” that dot the island. Some of these figures stand as high as 46 feet (14 meters) tall, and weigh over 30 tons. Viewing these enigmatic works of art will likely be the highlight of your travel. Some of the most unique sites include the Tahai complex, where you’ll see the only statue on the island with painted eyes; and the red stone quarry of Puna Pau, where the moai’s “pukao” (headdresses) were sculpted. Afterwards, you can choose to spend the afternoon swimming and snorkeling.

PM: After returning to the Hangaroa Eco-village for lunch, we will begin a trek to other heritage sites interest and unique landscapes, always accompanied by guides who are specialists in Rapa Nui (Easter Island) culture. Sites can include sunset at Ahu Tahai, the “route of the caves,” a visit to the village of Orongo, or other sites of interest.

AM: We will make an early start and arrive at the famous Ahu Tongariki in time to watch the sunrise – a dramatic photo opportunity where you will find 15 gigantic moai silhouetted against the rising sun. This is the largest and most renowned moai site on all of Easter Island, with its ceremonial platform stretching 650 feet (200 meters) along the seafront. Following that experience, we will pay a visit to the vast Rano Raraku quarry, where the huge moai stones were carved and hundreds still remain, including the largest moai ever made. We will then head to the nearby Akahanga Temple, which is the burial site of the island’s founder: King Hotu Matu’a.

PM: This afternoon you can choose to discover Easter Island from the sea and view the island from another perspective. While sailing, you can appreciate the island’s unique landscape, shaped by volcanic eruptions, and observe the great cliffs and islands that are within a few nautical miles. All of this will help you form a much richer idea about the formation of the island.

AM: This morning, you are likely to find yourself be amazed by the charm of the paradisiacal Anakena Beach. Along with its white sands, warm turquoise waters, and beautiful palm trees are Moai statues set on two ceremonial platforms: The first called Ahu Ature Huki, and the other Nau-Nau Ahu. Nearby is yet another beach; magically tucked under large cliffs is the small but wonderful pink-sand Ovahe Beach. This is a perfect place where archaeology, landscape and recreation all meet, making it a magnificent spot for a picnic.

PM: This afternoon’s boat ride will allow you to experience one of the core activities of Rapa Nui culture: Fishing. This will be a great opportunity to share with local fishermen, and exchange skills and experiences.

AM: This morning, we will trek to the ceremonial village of Orongo, which is located at the top of the Rano Kau Volcano. Among this villages 50 elliptically shaped basalt houses is where the “man-bird” (Tangata Manu) competition used to take place to designate who would be the following year’s king and spiritual leader. Today, you can still find numbers of bird sculptures here. From there, we will travel to northern Hanga Roa to find Ahu Akivi, which is the only platform whose seven statues are facing the Pacific Ocean. According to legend, these represent the seven emissaries sent as a sign of appreciation for Hotu Matu'a.

PM: After lunch, you can choose to spend a lazy afternoon at the hotel’s Manavai Spa, which is surrounded by white sand and overlooks the Pacific Ocean. The massages and treatments provided here with natural ingredients from the island will help you renew your body and spirit.

AM: This morning you can choose to rent a 4×4 vehicle so that you can drive independently to explore every corner of the island on your own.

PM: After returning from your driving expedition, you can have lunch and relax by the hotel’s Vaitea Pool. The island’s tropical climate and mild temperatures throughout the year are the perfect complements for enjoying the largest pool on Easter Island.

AM: At the scheduled time, the Hangaroa team will take you to the airport for your departing flight.

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