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Easter Island - Overview
January 30 - February 2, 2025 

January 30 - February 2, 2025
4 Days / 3 Nights
This tour starts and ends in Santiago de Chile

$3,540 double occupancy
$1,380 optional single supplement
$320 optional post tour night, single or double room
Includes all fees and taxes

The tour may be combined with the Santiago, Patagonia and Atacama Desert tour to Chile (January 21 - 30, 2025)


  • 1 night at a modern airport hotel in Santiago, 2 nights at a Polynesian designer hotel in Hanga Roa in Easter Island
  • Delicious local meals: 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners, including drinks
  • A round trip flight from Santiago de Chile to Easter Island, including all fees and taxes
  • Privately guided tours of Easter Island including Rano Kau, Orongo, Ahu Vinapu, Ana Kai Tangata, Anakena Beach, Ahu Akivi, Ahu Hanga Poukura, Puna Pau, and Tahai Native Rapa Nui Umu Show and Dinner
  • All transportation by a private coach while touring Easter Island
  • Sights and Soul Travels' Tour Director throughout the tour
  • All activities, entrance fees and admissions as per itinerary
  • Easter Island National Park admission and preservation fees
  • All restaurants', guides' and drivers' gratuities throughout the tour

Additional/optional costs may include: optional single room supplement, additional accommodations in Santiago, porterage, optional tours or excursions not mentioned in the itinerary, meals not included in the itinerary, personal travel insurance, optional Tour Director's gratuities, telephone charges, laundry, minibar, and personal expenses.

  • Ahu Tongariki (restored with 15 moais), most recent and biggest restoration on the island
  • Anakena Beach with its restored Ahus Nau Nau and Ature Huke
  • Extinct volcano Rano Kau and the Crater Lake
  • Ceremonial village of Orongo, where the "birdman" competition took place
  • Ahu Akivi with 7 famous moais, built in the middle of the island
  • Topknot quarry Puna Pau

Tour Director: Kerry Schroeder-Swecker

The enigmatic Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, with its spiritual monuments and giant Moai statues tells the story of the unique culture of its ancient Polynesian people. Located 2,300 miles or a five hour flight from the coast of South America, Easter Island is a tiny volcanic rock, surrounded by the clearest, deepest waters on the planet. The island’s very remoteness lends it an unmistakable authenticity and an aura of mystery. This is where the mystical Rapa Nui culture created the enormous stone Moai standing as a testimony to its unique and complex past, while its language, music and traditions are kept alive by the island’s native population.

For centuries, Easter Island has fascinated travelers and scholars alike. As we come face to face with the moai, admire their sculpture and size and ponder the mysteries of why they were erected, how they got to be standing on their platforms on this island, who put them there and why they were destroyed, we can spend endless time piecing together the history and the legends associated with the moai and let our imagination run wild. There are the indigenous legends that shed some light on their history, but there are also some other theories. These include Von Danicke's space man theory as well as the concept that they were fired into place by volcanic gas! It seems that most moai were carved between 1500-1700 AD, before a new 'birdman' religion became dominant. This is when the island became deforested and overpopulated and nearly all moai were destroyed by competing tribes.

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  • Carefully designed itinerary, including signature Easter Island experiences
  • Knowledgeable private guide in Easter Island
  • Upscale designer hotel in the island's central location
  • Authentic cultural experiences, including the ancient Rapa Nui
  • A small group of maximum 16 women
  • A professional, experienced Tour Director
  • Inclusion of a round-trip frlight to Easter Island
  • Inclusion of drinks with meals
  • Inclusion of all gratuities except Tour Director's