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Excellent tour, the ship had to land on the other side of island but still the tour bus met us. Did not charge any park entrance fee and an excellent multilingual guide.
Emily Belize Belize
The Moais are all over the island, but the guided tour was the best we could have done. My only regret was that I didn't book the full day.
Awesome experience. My girls loved it and want to return to Easter Island for Christmas again.
This tour was a good introduction to the many archaeological sites on Easter Island. I realised, however, that I had paid much more for the three tours that I went on than I would have done had I waited until my arrival on Easter Island to book them. That's my fault, of course, and I would have been bitterly disappointed if I'd arrived on the island and found that there were no tours available.
It was just great. The worst part was getting there and back. The tours were well organized and the tour guides excellent and informative. Christina was especially effective and helpful. But the most memorable were the local people, who were friendly and kind and made the whole experience unforgettable. I would recommend this trip to anyone.
Great tour of Easter Island to be able to see and hear stories of some fascinating sites. Tour guide was excellent and offered the tour bilingually though less English as English-speakers were a small minority. The tour group size was a bit large, but for the price and the quality of the guides, I would definitely recommend this tour! I did the two half-day tours on different days, which was perfect.
We were impressed that the guide waited for us at Anakena Beach until 1200 and then waited until nearly 1400 for all people on our tour. The tour was modified to include Ahu Akiva, Rano Raraku and Tongariki. We were extremely happy with the tour presented and very satisfied with our guide.
It was something I had wanted to do for a very long time. I really enjoyed my trip and would highly recommend it.
The tour has beauiful sights and some truly interesting archeological sites. The guide has a great personality, but there are several translation issues that make it difficult for english native speakers to get the big picture of the amazing history sorrounding the island.
This is one for those with more time on the Island or are keen on the building of the statues and platforms. It visits the one showing similarities with Inca stone work, The top Knot Quarry and the Inland site where the Moai look towards the sea.
We landed at 1:00pm and this tour allowed us to have lunch and then begin a tour of sights that were not included in our full-day tour the next day. Puna Pau was closed that day and our guide took us to a lave cave instead, which was perfect since we would not have seen one otherwise.
The ship would not let us off until everyone who had signed for an Oceana tour had gotten off first. The tour guide waited for us which was fantastic. We got a three hour tour which was great.
Of the three tours on the island we took, this was the least satisfying.
Anthony C USA
Average tour guide and tour included long treks over difficult and hilly terrain. More strenuous than expected
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