A visit to Easter Island will not
fail to amaze, with its barren rolling landscape, huge volcanic
craters and the hundreds of enormous stone statues called Moies, to
see it is to be in awe and wonderment of the peoples who once
lived on this remote Pacific island.
Easter Island, is one of the worlds
remotest island, situated in the Eastern South Pacific
Ocean,a five and a half-hour fight east south east of Tahiti and
four hours north, north west of Santiago, Chile, this sixty-four
square mile Chilean territorial island, holds more secrets of
it historic past than any other island in the Pacific Ocean.
Easter Island is not a 'tropical'
island in respect of palm trees and white sandy
beaches, as is imagined of most South Pacific
islands. There is not the usual lush vegetation that
other islands would have, say in Fiji or Moorea ,
and there is only a couple of white sand
beaches. Easter Island appeal is its history
and archaeology, if you need some 'tropical' beach time
as well, we can recommend an itinerary that includes Easter Island
combined with a different island chain, to give you the best
of both worlds.
Because of its location, and the
sights to see, we do not recommend less than a 3 day/2 night
stay. Usually, the flight schedules make this
necessary anyway. Therefore, our pricing for this islands'
properties will be per person for 2 night stays, unless
otherwise stated. Longer durations are available on
Currently, there are no locally
based cruise companies offering cruse itineraries around Easter
Island. There are a few major cruise companies operating the
large luxury liners, who offer itineraries across and
around the Pacific that will visit the island, but they are not on
a regular basis.
Please note: We are
constantly updating the prices shown on this website, but due to
volatility of the currency exchange markets at the moment with the
UK Sterling rates, prices may vary from those shown. If you
wish to confirm any prices shown here, please contact us