Easter Island


A Polynesian island
Famous for its Moai's
3000 km from the Chilean coast
Hike up Maunga Terevaka
   

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Easter Island - also known as Rapa Nui or Isla de Pascua is like nowhere else on earth. It is a Polynesian island in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. Isla de Pascua was annexed to Chile in 1888 and it is located at the southeastern most point of the Polynesian Triangle. Its particular location makes it (according to some) “the world’s most remote inhabited island”. According to the Lonely Planet, it is historically intriguing, culturally compelling and scenically magical.


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What should you see in Easter Island? Its famous moai’s created by the early Rapanui’s which encompass more than 800 huge statues of which 50 are standing and staring at the distant horizons. Take a history lesson at Rano Raraku; hike up Maunga Terevaka (an extinct volcano) for a magnificent 360-degree view; hike across the ruggedly beautiful Peninsula Poike in seek of the ghosts of virgins at Ana O Keke; snorkel or dive in the stunning blue waters of Motu Nui; visit the Orongo Ceremonial Village; visit the Rano Kau lake-filled crater; and watch the sun rise at the row of enigmatic statues at Ahu Tongariki. The best time to visit the Island is July through August for cool weather and fewer crowds and/or late January/early February for Tapati Rapa Nui Festival, the islands largest local culture celebration which features a vibrant program that includes music, dance and traditional cultural events.