Discover Easter Island or Rapa Nui

Rapa Nui is an island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean that was annexed to Chile in the late 1800s. The island was originally populated by the Rapanui ethnic group, which came from Polynesia, sharing a common ancestry with the inhabitants of the islands of Hawaii and Cook.

The main attractions of Easter Island are the Moai monuments, the white sand beaches of Anakena and Ovahe, the volcanic craters of Rano Raraku and Puna Pau, formed from consolidated ash, archaeological sites such as Orongo and diving activities. In addition, due to its extensive cave system, speleology has become a major attraction of the island.

Tips for your journey 

Flights depart from Santiago, only by LATAM airline. The trip takes about 5:30 hours.

There is no public transportation on the island, so we recommend taking cabs (which are usually reasonably priced) or renting a car.

We recommend 3 to 5 days to visit the island and its most important places.


* Carry identity documents.

* To secure lodging beforehand.

* To have a return ticket by air.