Cabañas en isla de pascua – Mana Ora (Energia Viva) Cabañas en isla de pascua – Mana Ora (Energia Viva)

Easter Island – Cottage ManaOra

Welcome to Cabañas Mana Ora (Living energy)

Fully equipped cottages with spectacular views to the sea and the sunset

Where tranquility and nature combine with hospitality, privacy and comfort.

Located 1 hectare plot located towards the northwest coast to 2 km from the center of the city of Hanga Roa in the sector of Tahai.
Fully equipped cottage with full kitchen, living / dining area and terraces with spectacular views of the sea, Hanga Roa bay and sunset.
Live archaeological and adventure tourism, excursions, hiking, horseback riding, diving, snorkeling, fishing, traditional art show, polynesian dance classes, nightlife, restaurants and much more.

Our cottages

Telephone bookings
+56 9 9775 3177

Fees:

1 Persons $ 60,000 / USD 90
2 People $ 80,000 / USD 125
3 People $ 100,000 / USD 155

Cottage 1, fully equipped with full kitchen and spectacular ocean view.

Private and independent cottage ideal for families, couples or friends, with beautiful flower garden surrounded by nature, peace and tranquility with a wonderful view across the Bay of Hanga Roa.

Fully equipped with full kitchen, a bedroom with double bed and bathroom, living-dining room with sofa bed, WiFi, TV, DVD, music and books.

Spacious garden with barbeque grill, eucalyptus forest and terrace with spectacular views of the sea and the sunset.

Capacity for 2-3 people

Attended by its owners.
Tourist advice on the island
Includes transfers to and from the airport.
Parking lot.

Taxi service on the island.
Vehicle rental service.
20 minutes walk from the center of Hangaroa.

We want to offer our hospitality in a place and space of nature, peace and tranquility; To enjoy your experience in Rapa Nui and have an unforgettable vacation

Reservas telefónicas
+56 9 9775 3177

Tarifas:

1 Personas $60.000 / USD 90
2 Personas $80.000 / USD 125
3 Personas $100.000 / USD 155
4 Personas $120.000 / USD 185
5 Personas $130.000 / USD 200
6 Personas $140.000 / USD 215

Cottage 2, fully equipped with full kitchen and spectacular view to the sea and sunset.

Private and independent cottage ideal for families, couples or friends, with beautiful flower garden surrounded by nature, peace and tranquility with a wonderful view across the Bay of Hanga Roa.

Fully equipped with a complete kitchen, 2 bedrooms (one with a double bed and the other with 3 beds), living room with sofa bed (Futon), bathroom, WiFi, TV, DVD, music and books.

Large garden with eucalyptus forest, grill for roasts and terrace with spectacular sea view to the Bay of Hanga Roa and the sunset.

Sleeps 4-6 people

Attended by its owners.
Tourist advice on the island
Includes transfers to and from the airport.
Parking lot.

Taxi service on the island.
Vehicle rental service.
20 minutes walk from the center of Hangaroa.

We want to offer our hospitality in a place and space of nature, peace and tranquility; To enjoy your experience in Rapa Nui and have an unforgettable vacation

COCINA

WIFI

TV+DVD

MUSICA

LIBROS

ESTACIONAMIENTO

Servicios Adicionales

  • Transfers to and from the airport.
  • Car rental services, motorcycles and bicycles etc.
  • Tourist advice of the island
    • Tours and excursions
    • Horse riding
    • Surf / Scuba Diving / Snorkeling
    • Fishing
    • Trekking
    • Polynesian curanto
    • Polynesian dance classes
    • Artistic shows, nightlife, restaurants and much more.

Do you want more information?

Call us on +56 9 9775 3177 or write to us at [email protected]

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Easter Island (Rapa Nui)

Easter Island Rapa Nui, is an island of Chile located in Polynesia, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean 3700 km from Caldera.

The island is one of the main tourist destinations in the country due to its natural beauty and its mysterious ancestral culture of rapanui ethnicity, whose most notable vestige corresponds to huge statues known as moo declared World Heritage by Unesco and its beautiful beaches.

History

The island was discovered 1500 years ago with the polynesian migration of ariki hotu matua. This polynesian group develops over the years a cult of moais, statues of stones, representing their dead.

In the seventeenth century, a population of 10,000 is estimated; The carving of the statues becomes gigantic to more than 12 mts. Up to 21 mts for the largest unfinished moai, in the Ranak volcano raraku. The sacred act of sculpture of spirituality is transformed into an act essentially material and of power. The weakened society leads the people to rebellion around 1680 wars between clans begin, destroying the moais. There is a religious political ceremony of the bird man, so cat manu, that allows to give a stability, until the evangelization of the missionaries of Tahiti in 1868.

In 1722, the island is discovered by the West, by the Dutch expedition of Jacobo Roggeven. Then the Spaniards arrived in 1770, Captain Cook in 1774 and the perousse in 1786.

In the nineteenth century, the destruction of this unique culture, with abductions and illnesses brought by the navigators of the old world, worsened, and slavery to but and forced labor on the Tahitian plantations, which decimated the population, leaving only 111 survivors, 1882, expelling the missionaries. Only in 1888 the captain Policarpo bull annexes the island to Chile.

The maltreatment of the administrators continues and lead to weaken mass this people who become poor and culturally miserable.
In 1955, the island was reborn culturally thanks to Norwegian Thor Heyerdal and archaeologist William Maloy. Archaeological restorations begin.
In 1965 the first municipality was created and in 1967 the first commercial flights of LAN Chile started; And little by little the island has entered modernity with more than 120,000 tourists a year, 2016.

Now rapa nui needs a firm structure with a flow control tourist, migratory, and environmental impact control, to protect and safeguard its heritage of such value.

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    MOAIS

    Ancestral monolithic statues

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    BEACHES

    Beautiful beaches

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    CULTURE

    Ancestor of the Rapa Nui ethnicit

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    CULTURE

    Ancestor of the Rapa Nui ethnicit