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Hanga Roa

Easter Island’s capital and only urban center, Hanga Roa, lies in a low area on the southern stretch of the western coast. The town of 3,500+ inhabitants is a treasure trove for any tourist, and a pleasure to walk round. The town’s speed limit, as low as 30 kmph, make for a pleasant change in the pace of life. The center of Hanga Roa, though planted with trees and shrubs, still has a windswept feeling.

Two sizeable craft markets and many small shops around town offer a range of local souvenirs.

Cafés and restaurants are varied, though a budget favourite seems to be tuna empanadas. Food on the island is pricey though, average dishes in restaurants cost 7,000 pesos (US$12). For the self-caterer, the two local supermarkets offer a good alternative, though prices still reflect the island's remoteness.

There is a good selection of hotels in the center of town, but if you want to relax and have a quieter stay on the island choose one to the north of Hanga Roa.

To blow that travel weariness away, there is an excellent short walk from downtown heading north along the seafront leading to a few Moai statues.






The best dinners with a view in Hanga Roa

La Taverne du PĂȘcheur

A meal here is expensive, but worth it. This French restaurant serves dishes made with fresh, tasty ingredients guaranteed to get your taste buds buzzing. It's no surprise that seafood is the ...
Restaurant
Hanga Roa, Chile

Te Moana

Sit on the small patio and watch the passersby or head inside to enjoy the charming island décor and tranquil atmosphere. Most dishes consist of fish with a side of vegetables and potatoes. ...
Restaurant
Hanga Roa, Chile

Merahi Ra'a

Here, the food is the first priority with a menu offering fresh, super tasty fish dishes. The ambiance is nothing to write home about, but there is a small terrace that overlooks the harbor. Try the ...
Restaurant
Hanga Roa, Chile

Kona Nehe Nehe

The biggest appeal of this restaurant/café is that it serves non-seafood dishes like lasagna and pasta, providing a safe haven for vegetarian visitors. The dining area is spacious and well decorated ...
Restaurant
Hanga Roa, Chile

Bar-Restaurant Pea

Sumptuous food, a backdrop of lapping waves and a sunset which paints the sky red, this place has it all. The décor is charmingly simple, the dishes, mouth-watering. For fish lovers, the tuna ...
Restaurant
Hanga Roa, Chile

Hetu'u

Occupying a prime spot at the centre of the Atamu Tekena, Restaurant Hetu'u offers prompt service, good atmosphere and tasty dishes on an extensive menu. The shrimp gets rave reviews, but there's ...
Restaurant
Hanga Roa, Chile

Kaimana Inn

If the smell of the food wafting out of the front door isn't enough to tempt you inside, then either your nose is on the blink or they're closed. As well as the usual fish and meat, they do a mean ...
Restaurant
Hanga Roa, Chile

Orongo

Next to the hotel of the same name, Orongo is a restaurant in its own right. Like everywhere else, fish and steak form the backbone of the menu, but you can't do much better for the price. The ...
Restaurant
Hanga Roa, Chile
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