Mauna Terevaka is one of the 3 volcanoes that originated Isla de Pascua and is located in the northern sector of the island. The main activity to visit is a cavalcade that lasts all day.
Maunga Tarevaka is an inactive volcano located north of Isla de Pascua and it has the shape of a cone. According to various investigations, it was created more than 12 thousand years ago and its last flow is believed to have been 10 thousand years ago. It is even believed that Maunga Terevaka finished forming the triangle that today in Isla de Pascua.
Most of the tourists make a horseback ride that takes them to the highest point, from where you can appreciate a 360 ° panoramic view.