Anakena Beach, Easter Island
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
At Anakena Beach, stand in awe of the mighty "ahu" sculptures that have watched over mysterious Easter Island for centuries. Legend has it that the beach was the landing place of Hotu Matu'a, the tribal chief who arrived on the island with a party of two canoes, settling the territory. Examine the striking facial features of these sculptures, which date from between 1250 and 1500 CE. After you've appreciated the staggering history and the powerful monoliths, enjoy the white coral sand and lapis lazuli waters of the beach. Add Anakena Beach to your Hanga Roa travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Hanga Roa vacation route planner.
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Arena fina, palmeras y una preciosa playa para pasar unas horas si el tiempo acompaña. Además, hay un grupo de preciosos moais al ladoFine sand, Palm trees and a beautiful beach to spend a few hours if the weather's nice. In addition, there is a group of precious moais to the sideshow original
Un imperdible en la isla. Rica arena, agua tibia y las postales que se pueden lograr son realmente increíblesA must-see on the island. Rich sand, warm water and postcards that can be achieved are really amazingshow original
Me encantó. La playa es hermosa, el agua tibia y clara, y con uno de los ahu más lindos de la isla a mí parecer. Hay 3 "quioscos" de madera, muy lindos, donde se puede comer y es bastante rico. Defini... read more »I loved it. The beach is beautiful, the water warm and clear, and with one of the prettiest ahu of the island seem to me. There are 3 "kiosks" wood, very nice, where you can eat and is quite rich. Definitely to go again.show original
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