Easter Island


One of the most isolated islands on earth Easter Island also known as “Rapa Nui” and “Isla de Pascua,” more than 2000 miles from nearest population center. It is well known as land of magic, magnificence & mystery. Live your next adventure and discover the extraordinary volcanic landscape and the sacred sight of over 800 statues surrounding Easter Island.

Water Sports
Easter Island is home to some great places to dive and snorkel for those who love the water. Of course, you can just lay back on the beach or take a leisurely swim in the warm, tropical waters with some of the marine life!

Island Diversity
The early settlers called the island “Te Pito O Tehenua” meaning center of the world. Admiral Roggeveen, who came upon the island Easter day 1722 and named it Easter Island. Easter Island is definitely a place to just get away from it all. No golf courses, theaters, bookshops or fashion boutiques. Just you and the great outdoors to enjoy any adventure you so want to escape to.

Although Easter Island is one of the most isolated islands in the world, you can still enjoy all of the wonderful activities they have to offer. Daily excursions, horseback riding and excursions on horseback, hiking, and touring the great tikis will make an isolated adventure for everyone.

Easter Island Like No Other Place On Earth

Easter Island Like No Other Place On Earth

Easter Island, a small triangular island of volcanic rock in the South Pacific Ocean, is one of the most mysterious and unique places on the planet. Located nearly two thousand miles from the nearest population center, it became home to an advanced, distinctive, and unfortunately lost culture and civilization. The best known remnants of this civilization are the Maoi, which are massive stone statues that line the coast of Easter Island. Some Maoi are full statues of people, whereas others are only giant stone heads carved in a quite distinctive style. The Maoi which are standing today are the [...]