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A visit to this iconic park needs at least three days to fully see and appreciate all the history and lore of the island. We took a day tour the first day to get the lay of the land. We then rented a car for...More
Seeing the moai/ahu around the island is absolutely amazing.
Tip: Hire a private guide and visit the parks after lunch time, that way you'll miss the tour buses and the crowds and have the parks to yourself to enjoy and photograph. Also, you must buy...More
My bucketlist destination since forever. Fresh air, breathtaking nature, stunning views, gorgeous weather and constantly chirping birds. Kind and helpful people, who gave me a blessed necklace for protection in my travels. The magnificent Moai. This tiny piece of land in the middle of nowhere...More
The Rapa Nui National Park, named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, covers about 40% of the island. Hopefully the designation, as well as its Chilean National Park and National Monument status, will ensure this special place and culture is preserved for future generations....More
This park is amazing. We had a guide walk with us and she explained the important highlights of the various areas where the moai were located. There were so many highlights from the moais in the quarry, the row of 16 moais, the 5 by...More
I thought we would have to book a private tour to see all of this the right way, but it was very accessible and more affordable on your own. We were able to see everything in the park over the course of 2 days and...More
The park is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site on the island. Its name is Polynesian for Easter Island. Much of the island is actually part of the park. The striking feature are moais [the statues representing the dead] situated on ahus [platforms]. The...More
I arrived on Rapa Nui today, June 15, 2018 and we did indeed pay by credit card! They accept all major credit cards now, including American Express. Not sure when this practice started, but wanted to update those that may be... More
I arrived on Rapa Nui today, June 15, 2018 and we did indeed pay by credit card! They accept all major credit cards now, including American Express. Not sure when this practice started, but wanted to update those that may be interested.