Starting from Hanga Roa, following the southern costal road, visiting: Vaihu, Akahanga, Rano Raraku, Ahu Tongariki, Te Pito Kura, Ahu Nau-Nau and the beach of Anakena. The passengers have the option of including dinner to the tour, which they would enjoy at the foot of the volcano Rano Raraku..
The tour includes visiting Ahu Akivi (the only ahu with moai that gaze towards the ocean), the cavern Te Pahu, the crater Puna Pau (from which the red scoria rock was obtained, to build the "pukao" or topknots for the moai).
Together with our specialized guides, the visitors can enjoy the beautiful rapa nui landscapes by foot. We offer several different routes to choose from.
For those who prefer private excursions and/or transport, Kia Koe Tour offers various different options, in which we see to the visitors individual needs and wishes.
The tour includes visiting the cave Ana Kai Tangata, Ahu Vinapu, the volcano Rano Kau (from where you can enjoy the beautiful view of Hanga Roa) and the astonishing ceremonial center of Orongo, where the birdman competitions (tangata manu) took place.
Entering the ocean from the town harbor Hanga Piko, we see the three islets Motu Nui, Motu Iti and Motu Kao-Kao in front of the impressive cliff of Orongo, down by which the competitors of the Tangata Manu (birdman) event descended.
The route passes Ahu Akivi and continues uphill to the crater of the volcano Rano Aroi. Afterwards, we continue to the highest point of Rapa Nui - Terevaka (560 - 580 m) from where you can see the circumference of our planet.
The route passes several caverns. We enter the small entrance of the cavern Ana Kakenga, explore its gradually increasing interior which finally ends in two natural tunnels that give us a marvellous view of the ocean from the cliff wall.
The route along the north coast leads you to various archeological sites such as Ahu Tepeu, Omohi y Papa Tekena, ending with the beautiful beach Anakena. We also offer the option of enjoying a "tunu ahi" (barbaque).