Few areas in the world have a more mystical attraction than this small speck of land, one of the most isolated places on Earth. It is difficult to feel connected to Chile, more than 3700 km to the east, much less to the world in general. Endowed with the most challenging statues of logic on the planet, the surprisingly familiar moai, Easter Island (Rapa Nui for its native Polynesian inhabitants) emanates a magnetic and mysterious environment.
But Easter Island is much more than an open-air museum. Diving, snorkeling and surfing are fabulous. On land, there is no better ecological way to experience the wild beauty of the island than on foot, from a saddle by bicycle or on horseback. But if all you want to do is recharge the batteries, a couple of magnificent extensions of white sand await you.
Although Easter Island is world famous and visitors are on the rise, everything is still small and pleasant: everything is about ecotravel.
Take advantage of our experience and do not miss this 2019-2020 season