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Orongo

53 houses built with flat stones make up this ceremonial village, that hides rocks with petroglyphs that symbolize fertility: the birdman Tangata Manu and the Make Make, the main divinity for the Rapa Nui culture.

To get here, you must go by the Rano Kau volcano crater, it´s shape is outlined above the sea and is simply overwhelming. Enjoy the legends of their strong warriors directly from the islanders’ mouths and discover their magical lands on horseback.

Lluvia ligera
17°C / 18°C
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Orongo
Lluvia ligera

Prob. de precipitaciones: 2%Humedad: 35% Viento: a 10 km/h.
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  • Indigenous peoples and ethno-tourism

    Marvel at the local culture in Rapa Nui, their fascinating stories and traditions reflected in festivities such as Tapati, music, dances, and language.

  • Archaeology

    Known as the “belly button of the world”, in the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean, the enigmatic moais welcome you facing the ocean in the magical Rapa Nui, eager to show you the enticing island culture.

  • National Parks and Reserves

    Walk, ride a horse or bicycle through the areas, whose care and preservation are of vital importance for the country.

Indigenous peoples and ethno-tourism

Marvel at the local culture in Rapa Nui, their fascinating stories and traditions reflected in festivities such as Tapati, music, dances, and language.

Culture
Archaeology

Known as the “belly button of the world”, in the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean, the enigmatic moais welcome you facing the ocean in the magical Rapa Nui, eager to show you the enticing island culture.

Culture
National Parks and Reserves

Walk, ride a horse or bicycle through the areas, whose care and preservation are of vital importance for the country.

Nature