Easter Island is the world famous and truly remote island home of the mysterious Moai statues.
Easter Island lies more than 2,300 miles off the coast of Chile and is the most remote inhabited island in the world. It's a tiny volcanic triangle, and was named Rapa Nui or ‘Navel of the World’ by its early settlers.
It's an archaeological treasure. Here you find the famous moai stone statues as well as caves and rocks decorated with etched petroglyphs and painted pictographs.
Visit Easter Island
Holidays to Easter Island replicate the island's laid back feel. Accessed via Chile, you can choose a quick visit or more lengthy stay. Take guided trips to the sites, or stay longer and take advantage of the good climate and the chance to explore this fascinating place by foot, horseback or bike, or just enjoy the beaches.
There are more than 600 moai (some up to 9 metres in height) and many traditional cave dwellings open to view.
Since Easter Island's discovery in 1722, it remains a mystery how the islands’ native people first arrived and what transpired over the years is a puzzle still to be unravelled.
Contact us to start planning your trip to this intriguing and friendly Pacific Island.
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