There is no other inhabited area in the world that is as isolated in the ocean as Chilean Polynesia. That is how unique Rapa Nui is. And it is this very condition that gives it its authenticity and an aura of fascinating mystery. It is time for you to come and discover its secrets!
Explore Rapa Nui, its pink sand beaches, its volcanoes and grasslands, and its more than 1,000 moai silent witnesses of a complex society.
Discover the intriguing culture of the Rapa Nui people during the Tapati, a traditional festival held in February, where the skills of the several local teams are put to the test.
Prob. de precipitaciones: 2%Humedad: 35% Viento: a 10 km/h.
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Come see the silent spectators of Rapa Nui’s past: the world famous moai, giant sculptures made of compacted volcanic ash. There are more than 1,000 of them all around the island and 400 of them can be found at the quarries of the Rano Raraku Volcano. Visit its surroundings, as for many this is the […]More information
There are hotels, restaurants, bars and clubs in Hanga Roa, the focal point of Rapa Nui (Easter Island) life. You can walk around town and enjoy the never-ending company of the sea breeze. Get lost in its little streets and you’ll certainly be surprised by a restaurant or a craft shop. You can’t miss out […]More information
Enjoy the warm, calm and turquoise waters of this beach, with white coral sand and palm trees, set in the foreground of the two Ahus and their Moai. A unique landscape you can’t miss. Enjoy the sun and swim by the shore, as this is the only beach on the island officially open for bathing. […]More information
Discover the largest volcanic crater on Rapa Nui (Easter Island)! The spectacular eruption of Rano Kau, over two and a half million years ago, was one of the three that gave life to this magical island located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. With a diameter of over one kilometer, this amazing crater holds […]More information
53 houses built with flat stones make up this ceremonial village, that hides rocks with petroglyphs that symbolize fertility: the birdman Tangata Manu and the Make Make, the main divinity for the Rapa Nui culture. To get here, you must go by the Rano Kau volcano crater, it´s shape is outlined above the sea and […]More information