Kaimana Inn Hotel & Restaurant
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Our tour didn't start until 10 this morning but we were up around 8 for breakfast. We are two hours behind the mainland so I went to bed last night around 9:30. There are a couple of other younger people at our inn right now, so they joined us as well for the tour. We headed off to begin our day out exploring one end of the island. There was a lot …
There had been some miscommunication with our hotel manager when we arrived on Sunday in terms of tours that we wanted to take. Before we arrived on the island, we had booked a trip to see the south coast with a different tour company that had come highly recommended on Trip Advisor (they have honestly been the best this year for booking tours!) We …
We booked another tour for today with a different company to take us to the west coast of the island. Once again, trusty Trip Advisor to the rescue! We were picked up and headed out. We started off by visiting Ana Te Pahu. This is a cave that was formed by a lava tube. Apparently at some point in time, people used to live within the cave. It was …
Well, I finally made it!!! Woo Hoo!!! Easter Island. Someplace I have wanted to go to for a long, long time. Finally broke down and made the long flight from Santiago. All I have to say is so far TOTALLY COOL!!!!!!
Can you tell I'm excited to be here? Ok, just a little.
After getting up at 5am, (yes, after arriving around midnight …
It wasn't even a bit of shock to be woken up before dawn on Saturday 27 February to the sounds of fairly relaxed knocking on the wooden doors of our wooden cabins by the Inn’s owner, Marcelo. It was more of a vague eye-rubbing wonder about what was occurring.
As it turns out Marcelo had received a 3am call from a friend in mainland …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKaimana Inn Hotel & Restaurant Easter Island
The Kaimana Inn is a family owned place with 6 rooms. It is located right off the main street, within easy walking distance of everything in town!
Marcelo, the owner, was very friendly and helpful, answering all our questions.
We ended up taking both the 1/2 day tour of the south side of the island, and the full day tour, which includes most of the rest of the island, with him. He is very knowledgeable about the history of the island.
The hotel does have free internet access in the common area, and a restaurant as well, with good food.
The Kaimana Inn reminded my husband and I of our stay in Tahiti. The rooms are very comfortable, with the basic necessities, but you do not need anything more when coming to Easter Island. We had a wonderful, but short stay here.
I recommend if you are coming to Easter Island, to book a room here.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.