Playa Ovahe, Hanga Roa
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
One of the island's only beaches, Playa Ovahe stands out with its soft sands and relative lack of visitors. Head for the secluded spot and kick back on the fine, almost pink-colored sands that blanket the area, surrounded by towering cliffs of black volcanic rock. Look carefully and you'll even be able to spot the caves that dot the cliffs, supposedly once home to some of the island's residents. Keep in mind that though the blue water looks inviting, swimming here can be dangerous due to unpredictable tides and rip currents. To visit Playa Ovahe on your trip to Hanga Roa, use our Hanga Roa vacation builder.
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Es la segunda y última playa arenosa de la isla. Muy salvaje, muy desierta y sin una sombra. Imprescindible llevar algo para cubrir la cabeza. Es más abierta que Anakena, y al ser más solitaria puede ... read more »It is the second and last sandy beach of the island. Very wild, very deserted and without a shadow. You must bring something to cover the head. It is more open than Anakena, and being more lonely it can be dangerous. The environment is very arid. Nice to visit, for a dip, but not to stay.show original
Had the incredible chance to spend a few hours on Playa Ovahe and it was just amazing. It's a very small secluded beach tucked in the rock formation. The colors all around are phenomenal and do is the... read more »
es una playa mucho mas tranquila y con muy poca gente, especial para descansar. no único el acceso no es lo mas cómodo para personas mayores.It is a Beach much more quiet and with very few people, especially for rest. not only the access is not the most comfortable for seniors.show original
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