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We are a family-based company that let our passengers not only learn facts but also feel and experience the spirit of the ancient Rapa Nui civilization.

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Easter Island facts and information

Learn about the world's most remote place.

  • Quick facts

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    Read basic Rapa Nui info about location, climate, culture and more.

  • FAQ

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    Answers to the most common questions are found in the FAQ section.

  • Archaeology

    Ahu Nau-Nau of Anakena, Rapa Nui (Easter Island)

    What are the moai statues and what do they represent? Find answers to this and more in the moai statue section.

  • History

    Mataa Rapa Nui stone tools and spear points

    Where did the Rapa Nui people come from? Read up on the history of the island.

  • Legends

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    Rapa Nui is where history blends with myth. Learn about the Easter Island legends.

  • Rapa Nui language

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    Read about the ancient language of Easter Island and learn a few words!

  • Music

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    Rapa Nui has always been a culture of music - both in ancient and modern times.

  • Tapati Rapa Nui

    Girls dancing at Tapati Rapa Nui festival, Easter Island

    Once a year a two week long festival called Tapati Rapa Nui is held.

  • National park

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    Parts of Rapa Nui is declared a national park, and an entrance ticket is required.

  • Nature

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    Learn more about Easter Island nature.

  • Modern society

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    What is Easter Island like today? Read about the modern society to find out.

  • Getting there

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    There are two flight connections to Rapa Nui; from Papeete, Tahiti, and Santiago, Chile.

  • Climate

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    Rapa Nui climate is subtropical, often windy and sometimes rainy.

  • Notable people

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    Read about notable people in relation to Rapa Nui.

  • Encyclopedia

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    Look up subjects of Rapa Nui in alphabetic order in the encyclopedia.

  • Map

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    Have a look at a Rapa Nui map with names of the most important locations.