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Rapa Nui is a spectacular place! On a map it is just a dot in the middle of the Pacific, but it is well worth a visit. There is one town and basically the rest of the island forms the National Park. There are Moai...More
This is not a friendly island. From the moment you arrive locals try their best to make you feel uncomfortable. Service is the worst that I can remember, no mater you are in a hotel, bar, shop or restaurant. Attractions are limited to Moais and...More
My daughter and I visited in June. We booked a hotel in advance but rented a car at the airport when we arrived. That was SUPER easy and not a hassle at all. As long as you can drive a standard transmission/stick, you can get...More
Since about 65% of the entire land mass of the island falls under the authority of the National Park, there is really no point in coming to Easter Island without buying a park ticket. There is a ticket office right there at the airport, and...More
This island is really something special, mystical, somehow out of this world. Silent witness of a long gone culture which actually destroyed itselfby exploiting all of its natural resources to build ever more and bigger of the famous Moai statues.
There is only one small...More
we truly believe that is worth to buy at the airport, once you land and before the passport check, the tickets. they valued 80$ per person as a foreigner.
if your a local, they are around 30$= 20.000 CLP.
the price difference is huge, but...More
ticket is expensive ( and you wonder why...) but after all if you reach Easter Island you are going for THE Moai and the history and the mysteries of it so you really MUST buy the ticket to national park! The best spot is to...More
Unique place but pretty expensive entry fee when compared with similar world sights. The sign also clearly states that it is US$80 per foreigner but then proceed to charge in Chilean pesos at an inflated exchange rate which ended up being $85 per visitor. That...More
I arrived on Rapa Nui today, June 15, 2018 and we did indeed pay by credit card! They accept all major credit cards now, including American Express. Not sure when this practice started, but wanted to update those that may be... More
I arrived on Rapa Nui today, June 15, 2018 and we did indeed pay by credit card! They accept all major credit cards now, including American Express. Not sure when this practice started, but wanted to update those that may be interested.