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Easter Island

Easter Island is located in the Southern Pacific Ocean off the coast of Chile, of Polynesian descent. Known as one of the most isolated places in the world, find fascination and mystery in the history of the island – where every guide and local has a unique theory about its origins. See the Moai, or monolithic human figures, across the land that many archeologists believe were the original chiefs and ancestors of the land, and check off this impressive feat from your bucket list. With Brownell, find out how you can adventure to Easter Island!

Why go to Easter Island?

While most famously known for the Moai statues and its fascinating history, Easter Island is also a natural wonderland with incredible outdoor experiences – snorkeling and diving among rich ocean life, hiking extinct volcanoes and remote areas of the island, and biking and horseback riding among rich flora and fauna. Easter Island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and much of the island is protected under the Rapa Nui National Park.

When should you visit Easter Island?

Easter Island is semi-tropical, and year-round temperatures are generally pleasant year-round. The high season on Rapa Nui is the Southern Hemisphere summer – January to March. Winter can get a bit chilly, but average maximum temps are still around 72ºF (22ºC), and minimum temps are 57ºF (14ºC).

Where is Easter Island?

Easter Island, known as Rapa Nui to the locals, is part of the country of Chile. It is located over 2,000 miles off the coast of Chile in the southeastern Pacific Ocean.