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Easter Island | Chile | South America

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The giant moai monoliths of Easter Island have beckoned to travellers for centuries. Do you hear them? Answer the call with this adventure to the UNESCO-protected island of Rapa Nui. The iconic statues are only the beginning; here, you’ll camp under the Polynesian stars, meet and interact with the inhabitants of the world’s remotest populated island, and explore its natural treasures on foot and by bike with a top-notch local CEO on hand to help you out. An adventure so legendary, don’t be surprised if they erect a monument to you, too.

What’s Included

 

  • Half-day bicycle excursion to Ahu Akivi and Tahai, Full-day bicycle excursion to the moais of Aka Hanga, Rano Raraku Quarry and Anakena Beach, Half-day trek to Rano Kao Crater and remains of Orongo.
  • 4 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch. (Allow USD125-155 for meals not included.)
  • Hotel (2 nts), camping (2 nts)
  • Bicycle, van, hiking.
  • Local guide throughout.
  • Small group experience; Max 10, Avg 6

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Reasons to Visit Chile

Author: laqu9552a

Chile is a diverse country stretching from Peru all the way down to the southern most point of South America. It has amazing landscapes that will make anybody’s mouth drop. Beaches all along the coast line, hot springs, and food makes this country worth visiting. The Andes Mountains are also in this country. The Coastline stretches over 6,000 Kilometers and has every kind of climate known to man. The northern part of Chile is dry and desert like while the southern part gets cold. Chile also has claimed a part of Antarctica as its territory.

Chilean Antarctica is far from an ordinary trip. You can take a cruise down to the arctic land and witness something bigger than life itself. Makes you feel how big the universe really is. Nothing in sight but penguins, walruses, ice bergs, glaciers, blue whales and you. 6 months out of the year is day light so be prepared to feel a little off your normal sleeping patterns which just being there alone will probably throw you off your axis. This exploration is for the brave adventurer. A place where there’s no pollution, no skyscrapers and just fresh cold air.

Easter Island is one of the world’s wonders and another territory of Chile. Witness huge stone like statues of an indigenous Chilean tribe. The monumental statues are called Moai. It is located in the RapaNui national park which is protected and preserved. The warmest climate is in the summer which falls from February to March. The summer is a great time to visit. Easter Island is located in a volcanic high land. The Terevaka, Poike, and Rano Kau are the infamous volcanoes. The Galapagos Islands is another island to visit. It’s the home of some very interested species of reptiles, the Marine Iguana.

Chile is also home of the Aquamarina Hot spring water park. Where else would you be able to have fun slipping down slides and relax in the natural hot spring water all in the same place? The hot Springs are said to be the real fountain of youth. It revitalizes you inside and out. The springs flow from the middle of the earth. The water is filled with essential minerals that do the body good. Make sure you visit and take advantage of this luxury while you’re visiting. It helps with arthritis, joint pains; muscle aches, and is great for your skin. This therapeutic bath will be worth your while.

Chile is a diverse country stretching from Peru all the way down to the southern most point of South America. It has amazing landscapes that will make anybody’s mouth drop. Beaches all along the coast line, hot springs, and food makes this country worth visiting. The Andes Mountains are also in this country. The Coastline stretches over 6,000 Kilometers and has every kind of climate known to man. The northern part of Chile is dry and desert like while the southern part gets cold. Chile also has claimed a part of Antarctica as its territory.

Chilean Antarctica is far from an ordinary trip. You can take a cruise down to the arctic land and witness something bigger than life itself. Makes you feel how big the universe really is. Nothing in sight but penguins, walruses, ice bergs, glaciers, blue whales and you. 6 months out of the year is day light so be prepared to feel a little off your normal sleeping patterns which just being there alone will probably throw you off your axis. This exploration is for the brave adventurer. A place where there’s no pollution, no skyscrapers and just fresh cold air.

Easter Island is one of the world’s wonders and another territory of Chile. Witness huge stone like statues of an indigenous Chilean tribe. The monumental statues are called Moai. It is located in the RapaNui national park which is protected and preserved. The warmest climate is in the summer which falls from February to March. The summer is a great time to visit. Easter Island is located in a volcanic high land. The Terevaka, Poike, and Rano Kau are the infamous volcanoes. The Galapagos Islands is another island to visit. It’s the home of some very interested species of reptiles, the Marine Iguana.

Chile is also home of the Aquamarina Hot spring water park. Where else would you be able to have fun slipping down slides and relax in the natural hot spring water all in the same place? The hot Springs are said to be the real fountain of youth. It revitalizes you inside and out. The springs flow from the middle of the earth. The water is filled with essential minerals that do the body good. Make sure you visit and take advantage of this luxury while you’re visiting. It helps with arthritis, joint pains; muscle aches, and is great for your skin. This therapeutic bath will be worth your while.

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