Easter Island

Located 3,700 kilometres west of the South American continent, surrounded by the world’s most transparent waters, Rapa Nui (Easter Island) is the cradle of an unusual and enigmatic culture and the most isolated, permanently inhabited, place on earth. The language, music and many traditions remain alive amongst the island's inhabitants, while the enormous carved stone moai speak to a more remote past. These silent stone figures are a monument to the seafaring skills and unique culture of ancient Polynesian peoples, and together with the history, geology, archaeology and the fiery sunsets, active adventures and friendly local Rapa Nui make Easter Island a once-in-a-lifetime destination.        


Why we like it

  • The epic isolation
  • Mystery & majesty of the Maoi
  • Sunrise at Tongariki
  • Fascinating history
  • Wonderful walks & diving
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