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This was a fabulous experience. The evening had 3 major events. First was the pre-dinner ceremony with welcome drinks, music and singing, voluntary face painting and a fascinating demonstration of traditional cooking techniques. I wasn't going to get face painted, but thankfully I changed my...More
Great place to fo and learn about the tradition of their culture thrpugh song, dance and hpw they prepare the food. Heaps of food. Drinks provided as well. Had our face painted during the welcome. The show is so good and had a great vibe...More
At the end of our amazing stay on Easter Island we were looking forward to experiencing Polynesian food and dancing. Beware, on arrival we were a little taken aback when the hosts tried to paint our faces! We were taken to an open area where...More
Te Ra'ai The Place to go in Easter Island
Rapanui's Culture is preserved by the Moais and its people living at the world 's most remote island.
Here you feel like a Rapanui yourself. There are three major places for one evening of dreams. Place...More
A little pricey but the entire package of dinner ceremony and show make it all worth while. The place is out there a ways so the shuttle ride is necessary and that is part of the price. They have a building where the food ceremony...More
This is a well run, organized evening program. I booked through my hotel. We were picked up at our hotel. The evening starts with music, traditional face painting and men learning a basic warrior dance and women learning a women's dance. Then the traditional meal...More
What a great cultural experience, to enjoy homemade food from an Umu served in buffet style, initially having our face painted and listening to some music before having to get up and display our dancing skills to the opposite sex. After dinner we enjoyed watching...More
This is a family run operation and they show their pride in their culture.
They pick you up from your hotel and drive you to their house which at first you are not sure of since it is in someones home, but don't be fooled....More