- Bilingual guide
Come explore on horseback the beautiful island of Rapa Nui! These magnificent creatures will help guide us to some of the most remarkable places on the island, as our guide delves into the history of this ancient culture. Our first stop will be Ahu Tahai, where we will get the opportunity to see three restored platforms holding the infamous Moai, including Ahu Ko Te Riku, which holds one of the only Moai on the island with painted eyes. Soak in the magnificent view from this magnificent places, which is "like a symphony, with the sound of the waves and the wind in your face." From here, we gallop along to explore the archaeological caves and platforms, home to restored Moai as well as ancient cave drawings. We delve into the history of the early Rapa Nui people as we continue trotting along, getting a chance to take in the peaceful essence of Easter Island before making our way to the Terevaka Volcano. At the highest point of the Island, this viewing spot makes for a spectacular photo opportunity to capture the beauty of the island we have explored. Finally, past meets present as we head to the town of Hanga Roa, the island's capital city and commercial hub.