Daily departures available
Day 1 EASTER ISLAND
Arrival to Mataveri Airport. Assistance and transfer to your selected accommodation. The day is at leisure for you to explore the surroundings. Latino Holidays can offer optional tours. Overnight on Easter Island.
Day 2 EASTER ISLAND (B)
Breakfast at hotel. Day at leisure to explore Easter Island.
Day 3 EASTER ISLAND (B – LB)
Breakfast at hotel. After breakfast we will depart for your full day tour of Anakena. Experience the beauty, mystery and scenery of Easter Island. Anakena – a white sand beach said to have been the landing point of Polynesian chief Hotu Matu’a on the island. We will start in Hanga Roa, from where we will explore the southeastern and northeastern coasts of the island, visiting the temples of Ahu, Akahanga and Tongariki.
Togariki temple hosts the greatest Moais platform near the ocean with 15 giant statues. We will then head to Rano Raraku Volcano, with its “Cantera de los Moais” where more than 390 statues can be found. At this point we will stop for lunch (boxed) at one of the greatest natural spots on the island.
After lunch, we will continue the tour visiting many impressive moai structures in temple formations such as Ahu Te Pito Kura, Ahu Nau Nau, Ahu Ature Huke. Later, we will stop at Anakena Beach, one of the few good swimming beaches on the island. In the surroundings there are also two small caves within a gorge as well as the nearby beaches of Poike and Ovahe where you’ll have time to relax and enjoy the scenery of this enchanting place. The tour ends in Hanga Roa, where we will drop you off at your hotel.
Day 4 EASTER ISLAND (B)
Breakfast at hotel. Transfer from the hotel to the airport for your onward flight. Extension programs can be arranged by Latino Holidays.
End of our services
Food Code = (B) – Breakfast, (L) – Lunch, (LB) – Lunch Box, (D) – Dinner
LHCTIPC001 *Please note: Prices based on twin share, low season, staying at the Hotel Rapa Nui, per person. Other accommodation of higher category available at an additional price. Optional tours not included and are at extra cost. The itinerary & pricing can change at any time due to availability & of activities. Please check our website for full terms and conditions*
More information on Chile:
Chile squeezed between the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean with a maximum width of 44 kilometres and is a unique thin 4,300 kilometre long coastal stripe. For many people, Chile is still a white spot on the map. It lies on an extremely rich and original natural beauty that makes this country a very attractive destination along with its friendly population. It unites the driest desert of the world, abundant forests as well as fantastic glaciers and fjords. The European influence can be noticed in the towns by the people with their culture and their ancestor’s history. That is why Chile nowadays is one of the highest developed countries of South America.
More information on Easter Island:
Easter Island (Isla de Pascua) was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995. What is considered the most remote island on the planet provides testimony to a still-extant culture of Polynesian origin, responsible for the building of the famous Moais.
More than 600 Moais created by the Rapa Nui people can be found in Easter Island. The majority of them were carved at the quarries of the Rano Raraku Volcano. When you visit the island, you can admire these enormous statues, some of them as tall as 8 m in height.
Besides the Moais, the island features some of the clearest waters in the world, and this makes the place a paradise for lovers of diving.
More information on visa requirements:
Australian citizens travelling to Chile must pay a reciprocity fee on arrival. The permit granted through the reciprocity fee is a multiple entry permit with a maximum validity of 90 days. Reciprocity fee is approximately US$ 117.00*.
For more information, consult your nearest Chilean Embassy / Consulate.
*Note: Reciprocity fee is just informative, and subject to change by the local Government at any time.