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Encounter Easter Island

Discover the mysteries of the remote Easter Island

One of the most remote inhabited islands in the world, Easter Island which is also known as Rapa Nui has for centuries fascinated all those who have visited this secluded island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Situated some 2,300 miles west of Chile and 1,100 miles from the nearest neighboring island, the island has an area of just 64 sq. miles making it smaller than the Federal District of Washington! Despite its small size, Easter Island and its Rapa Nui National Park will not disappoint. The hundreds of Moai statues scattered across the island accompany you as you explore and unlock the secrets and mysteries of this intriguing destination in Chile. But, you’d be wrong in thinking that Easter Island is just about seeing the Moai statues, as this Polynesian Island has so much more to offer. Whether you’re piecing together the history of the Birdman cult, letting your imagination run wild with the myths and legends of the island and extraterrestrial life, hiking up one of the island’s three volcanoes or relaxing on the white sand of Anakena Beach; visiting Easter Island is a travel experience like no other! Read more about Chile’s highlight destinations…

Easter Island

Just some of Easter Island’s many Moai statues

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