Enjoy MAURURU TRAVEL the best tours in Easter Island and live an enigmatic, cultural and fun experience in Rapa Nui, the sacred island of the Moais. Maururu Travel will not fail to surprise you with the magic of living Nature and this sacred Polynesian culture.

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The Best Tours of Easter Island

We offer reliability, commitment and security to make your experience unforgettable in this magical island called Te Pito or Te Henua, which means, the navel of the mute. You can live the experience of being in front of the sacred Moais and integrate with the Rapa Nui culture.

Specials Tour

We have different and special special tours, for example, Diving, Horseback Riding, Boat Riding and many other activities, which will surprise you by integrating you with the magic of Nature and Rapa Nui Culture.

Half Day Tour

In this tour we will take you to the cave of Ana Kai Tangata, where stylized birds are depicted, representing the Manutara a whose precious egg was the center of the bird bird’s annual competition. We will also visit Vinapu, an archaeological site which is characterized by its large basalt slabs made to fit carefully, similar to Inca constructions.

Full Day Tour

This wonderful tour will take you to the south-east and northeast coast of the island to visit the Ahu Vaihu, a temple located 10 km from Hanga Roa, then go to the Akahanga complex, the place where Hotu Matua was buried, continuing towards Rano Raraku, the volcanic crater where the sacred Moais were built and many more places of great tourist and archaeological attraction, ending at the Anakena beach, where you can enjoy warm waters and white sands, as well as discover the fine details of the Moais in the Ahu Nau Nau, one of the last to be built.



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