Explorations in Rapa Nui
Rapa Nui, the most remote inhabited island in our planet, is located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. It has been the home for an enigmatic civilization whose traditions have charmed travelers for over 200 years.
Located 3,700 km ( 2,300 miles) from the continent, surrounded by the intense blue sea and under the watch of its gigantic Moai, Easter Island is a place that contains mysteries that are waiting to be revealed by explorers of all times, and where we take our travelers to discover all its corners. With over 30 explorations, either on foot, bike riding or on a boat, we offer our travelers a deep exploration experience that includes visiting places that are even unknown to some locals and feeling the history of the Rapa Nui culture with its landscape and archeological remains.
Our explorations in Easter Island have cultural aspects, are always led by a local and bilingual guide trained at our Guide School, and take place in groups of maximum eight travelers in English or Spanish. They include hikes and bike explorations among archaeological remains, volcanoes, beaches, prairies, and cliffs as well as snorkeling and scuba diving explorations where we explore under the world’s most pristine sea waters.
Our travelers have the possibility of choosing different explorations every day. These explorations have different lengths and difficulty levels. Full day explorations give us the privilege of having lunch at the seaside or at Anakena beach, just to name a few examples, while those that take half a day allow us to return to explora Rapa Nui to choose a second exploration during the afternoon.
We recommend a minimum of five nights to enjoy an exploration experience that will really show you what the Rapa Nui is like, although we are sure that once you discover some of its mysteries, you will want to extend your stay. A six-night program is a good option to explore all places and enjoy the local culture.
Check out our recommendations for proper clothing and to enjoy to the fullest all the explorations.