Beauty is on the Islands

Anakena - Natural Cosmetics comes from Easter Island and brings South Sea feeling into the home bathroom! Easter Island, called RAPA NUI in the language of the locals, is one of the loneliest places on earth inhabited by humans. It forms the easternmost point of the great Polynesian triangle Hawaii, New Zealand, Easter Island and belongs to Chile.


At the end of the world...

The nearest inhabited island is Pitcairn and about 2,000 kilometers away, to Chile it is about 3,700 kilometers. So isolated from the world, a very unique culture and mentality developed here.
Rapa Nui has a size of about 170 square kilometers and has about 7,000 inhabitants, who live mainly in the only village Hanga Roa.

The Perfect Surrounding

Worldwide attention calls her seemingly 
enigmatic cultural history,
the approximately 1,000 statues made of lava tuff
- Moais called - produced.


Life is better in a bikini & flip-flops

Anakena - Natural Cosmetics takes its name from Anakena beach, a paradisiacal ceremonial place with Ahu Nau Nau (an ancient platform) and its marvelous moais (famous stone figures) on Easter Island (Chile), the most remote inhabited island on the planet. 

Map Rapa Nui german


Anakena, main beach of Easter Island, represents the typical image we all have when we think of a paradise beach. The white and fine coral sand, the crystal clear turquoise sea, the calm waves and the coconut palms make it an ideal place for relaxation.
But Anakena is not just an idyllic beach: this place is considered the cradle of Easter Island's history and culture.

Ancient culture

According to legend, the first king of the island, Ariki Hotu Matu'a, landed here with his family.
A possible meaning of Anakena could be cave ("ana" in the Rapanui language) from Kena, an autochthonous name by which the piquero (Sula dactylatra) is known - a sea bird that still nests on the island.

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