Departure with your guide and driver for the East coast (6 miles - 10 km) to visit the untouched platforms of Ahu Vaihu and Ahu Akahanga.
Proceed to Rano Raraku volcano, a quarry of 397 stone statues, the largest concentration of statues on Rapa Nui.
Then visit Ahu Tongariki, a platform boasting 15 moai statues that have been recently restored, the largest restoration project on the island, and probably the most photographed site on Easter Island.
Drive towards the East coast to visit the ceremonial centre of Ahu Te Pito Kura also known as the Navel of the World.
Final stop at Anakena beach to discover Ahu Nau Nau, the best preserved moai of the island, and Ahu Ature Huke, the first moai to be restored to its platform in 1956.
Free time on Anakena beach, perfect for sunbathing or swimming in the quiet waters of the Pacific ocean.
Drive back to Hanga Roa (30 min).
Overnight at your hotel.