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Haka pei, or sliding down hillsides on banana trunks, is one of the more popular activities during the Tapati Rapa Nui festival. Another is racing across the reed-choked lake that's hidden inside the crater of Rano Raraku.
Visitors who take to the water usually prefer swimming at one of the sandy beaches or snorkeling near one of the offshore islets. The now astroturf soccer pitch is usually filled with teams practicing, but if it’s an informal game, you might be able to join in.