Post-cruise Land Adventure Easter Island
Easter Island, famous for its mysterious giant statues, is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Discover the distinct culture of one of the most remote islands in the Pacific Ocean - some 2,300 miles from Chile and 2,600 miles from Tahiti.
Planned Itinerary Pre-Cruise Land Adventure
Day 1: Santiago
After arriving by charter flight from Punta Arenas, your post-cruise Land Adventure tour starts with a transfer to your hotel in Santiago de Chile. The rest of the day is at your leisure, overnight, incl. breakfast.
Day 2: Santiago/Easter Island
Morning transfer from your hotel to the airport and flight to Easter Island, followed by a short transfer to your accommodations for the next three nights. Enjoy lunch at the hotel, before starting to explore Easter Island on your first included excursion. Dinner and overnight.
Day 3-5: Easter Island
Take the opportunity to relax at the hotel or choose from a variety of local trips visiting interesting sights related to the aboriginal Rapa Nui people. Discover the archeological complex Te Pito Kura, also called “The Navel of the World,” where a large, perfectly circular stone is said to be the epicenter of the planet's energy. Spend some time at Anakena, the main beach on Easter Island, where the first king of the island landed with his men. See the “Seven Explorers,” beautifully preserved Moai (monolithic human figures), and discover how the ancient islanders connected with celestial and astronomical events. Don't miss seeing the Moai during sunrise or sunset. The island also offers bicycle tours at your own pace or a guided hike to the volcano that formed the island millions of years ago.
Lunch and dinner at the hotel. Overnight.
Day 5: Easter Island/Santiago de Chile
Transfer from your hotel to the airport and flight back to Santiago de Chile for the end of your post-cruise Land Adventure.
Please note that due to changing conditions, the order of sights may vary.