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  Mirador Rano Kau  
(Isla de Pascua, Valparaiso Region)
Chile > Valparaíso > Mirador Rano Kau

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"Pure and serene silence - Wonderful day spent in the largest volcano "

The sensation of being surrounded by complete beauty and peace is indescribable. Nothing but the howl of the wind and squawking of birds is there to distract and you can take your time to breathe it all in. The lake in the middle of the volcano is a phenomenal sight and the vegetation growing around it is spectacular. The views are entirely breathtaking here and we recommend everyone to add this to their bucket list.

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Rano Kau

Rano Kau is a 324 m tall extinct volcano that forms the southwestern headland of Easter Island, a Chilean island in the Pacific Ocean. It was formed of basaltic lava flows in the Pleistocene with its youngest rocks dated at between 150,000 and 210,000 years ago.


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