Easter Island, with its white sand beaches and mysterious stone
idols, was originally inhabited by immigrants from the Marquesas
Islands, around the 4th century A.D. It was later “discovered” by
a Dutch mariner on Easter Sunday, 1722.
On this five-day trip, you’ll spend four nights in a lovely
hotel and visit many archaeological sites—the Rano Raruku
volcano, La Perousse Bay, Ahu Hekii, Ahu TePito Te Kura, Ana Kena,
and the village of Orongo.
The island offers wonderful opportunities for snorkeling, scuba,
hiking, and relaxing.
Hotel accommodations, tours conducted
by English speaking guides, transfers, continental breakfasts,
Minimum Number of Persons
Prices subject to change without notice.