- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTaura'a Hotel Hanga Roa
You will be meet by Edith and Bill at the airport.
A nice cold fruit juice and an explanation of what to expect.
Clean and in a good position.
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... amp; more elaborate versions, the biggest being 20 metres, although this never left the quarry. At around 1800AD it all stopped and inter clan conflicts for power & resources resulted in all of the statues bring toppled over. Around that time a Dutch explorer discovered the island on Easter Sunday, from where the name came from. Many of the Moai never made it out of the quarry where they remain buried up to their necks. The following day ...
... this time (CLP15000). This time we started off in the south, heading up to O Rongo where the birdman competitions were held, and where we had fantastic views over the crater of Rano Kau. Then it was over to the east coast at Vinapu before finally heading back to the west coast and the lava tube Ana Kai Tangata.
One thing that strikes me most about Rapa Nui are the people and their culture. Just like the New Zealand Maori, the Rapanui are polynesian. The ...
... Who would have thought there'd be enough to fill six days, in fact, there wasn't enough time. The epitome of the trip was the day we hired a quad bike to cruise the island. Rental began the evening before, but when it came to filling in the forms and checking a few boxes, the woman asked for our driving licences. David and I looked at each other, it was unbeknown to us that you had to be a legal driver to hire one of these! I was brought up on go-karts and motorbikes ...
... Hanga Piko, were we saw Ahu Riata. The statue resting on its own. Platform. We then were dropped off by the Board walk where we ate at a local stall, eating a tuna epenada. After lunch, we went to ranu kau the first volcano to go off. One of three at formed the island. Then we went to ORngo, a settlement with 56 dwellings. It was once the rite of passage location of boy to man. The bird man. The traditional ceremony of chiefs choosing warrior to represent them. They go down to the ...
... disappointed but that’s nature. The afternoon is spent paddling and kayaking around the lagoon. The kids have learned to entertain themselves. We spend a day in a transit, moving from one island to another. It involves taxi to port, ferry back to Papeete, waiting at airport, short flight to Huahine and taxi to the campsite. The day is uneventful, the kids help us a lot and the sun is shining. The campsite on the far end of the island is very basic but functional. We’ve got ...