isla de pascuaEaster Island, or Rapa Nui, is the farthest island from any populated land on the planet. It has been a place full of attraction and mystery ever since its discovery.
Located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, a distance of about 3,600 kilometers (2,236miles) from the coast of South America, Rapa Nui is a great volcanic cone that was pushed up from the ocean floor to 500 meters (1,640 feet) above sea level. This tiny triangle of land was the birthplace of a fascinating civilization. Hundreds of moai –giant statues sculpted from rock – play silent witness to this fascinating history. Many of the statues today have been re-erected above their ceremonial platforms called ahu, but just decades ago the statues lay toppled over and scattered about the island. Many were left half-finished in the rock quarry of the Rano Raraku Volcano.
Today visitors can interact with the descendants of this culture, who for generations have maintained their ancestor’s habits and have kept their traditions alive.





Explora Hotel Easter Island | 3, 4, 5, or 7 nights
Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, is the farthest island from any populated land on the planet. It has been a place full of attraction and mystery ever since its discovery.
Located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, a distance of about 3,600 kilometers (2,236miles) from the coast of South America, Rapa Nui is a great volcanic cone that was pushed up from the ocean floor to 500 meters (1,640 feet) above sea level. This tiny triangle of land was the birthplace of a fascinating civilization. Hundreds of moai –giant statues sculpted from rock – play silent witness to this fascinating history. Many of the statues today have been re-erected above their ceremonial platforms called ahu, but just decades ago the statues lay toppled over and scattered about the island. Many were left half-finished in the rock quarry of the Rano Raraku Volcano.
Today visitors can interact with the descendants of this culture, who for generations have maintained their ancestor’s habits and have kept their traditions alive.

Location
Easter Island is located at 27º09 south latitude and 109º26 west longitude, about 3,600 kilometers (2,236 miles) from the central coast of Chile. The closest inhabited island is Pitcairn, almost 2,000 kilometers (1,243 miles) to the southwest. It is a perfect triangle whose maximum length is 24 kilometers (15 miles) and its maximum width only 12 km (7.5 miles), with a surface area of less than 166 square kilometers (64 square miles).

Programs
There are programs of 3, 4, 5, 7 nights (trip duration subject to flight availability throughout the year).

Programs include
• Roundtrip transfer between Easter Island airport and explora Rapa Nui.
• Accommodations.
• Full board. 3 meals per day. Bar.
• Daily explorations in groups no larger than 8, with bilingual guides and equipment.
At explora Rapa Nui we offer treks, bicycle rides, and explorations at sea.

Accommodations
Hotel Posada de Mike Rapu has 30 rooms: 4 Raa Suites measuring 44 sq. mt. (474 sq. ft.) and 26 Varúa Rooms measuring 32 sq. mt (345 sq. ft.), all with a sitting area, hidromassage bath, and ocean view. The rooms extend toward the north and south from a central building with welcoming interior spaces that integrate aspects of the local culture.

Services
• Indoor and outdoor dining room, serving explora quality cuisine.
• Indoor-Outdoor Bar.
• Wine tastings.
• Room service.
• In-room phones with national and international direct dialing service.
• WiFi, Internet, and computers available in the bar area.
• Satellite dish providing permanent communication with Chile and the rest of the world.
• Gift Shop featuring explora apparel, books, local crafts, and a limited selection of outdoor gear and equipment.
• Meeting room with capacity for 30 travelers.
• Library.
• Ceremonial patio.
• Laundry services.

Casa de Baños Hare Taheta:
• Outside pool.
• Massage rooms.
• Open air Jacuzzi.

Climate
Because of its mid-Pacific location, Rapa Nui has a warm and moderately humid climate with pleasant temperatures year-round. During the day, the average temperature reaches 21˚C (69.8˚F). February is the warmest month, with an average maximum temperature of 27˚C (80.6˚F).

Best Time to Visit: Year round.

Clothing
Explorations require clothing suitable for active pursuits outside. Warmer clothing may be needed for cooler evening temperatures. We recommend bringing all that’s necessary for protection from the sun.
• Light windbreaker or raincoat.
• Thin fleece.
• Comfortable, lightweight trekking pants and shorts. Jeans are not recommended.
• Comfortable, lightweight long and shortsleeved shirts.
• Comfortable, lightweight hiking boots; ideally with ankle support. Be sure to break-in new shoes before arrival.
• Sneakers.
• Socks.
• Wide-brimmed hat with neck strap to protect yourself from the sun.
• Sunglasses.
• Swimsuit.
• Lip protection and sun block. SPF 30+ recommended.
• Sunscreen and lip protection. SPF 30+ recommended.
• Small backpack or hip-pack to carry sun block, water, camera, extra layers etc.
• Light and informal clothing is ideal for the hotel’s interior, due to its pleasant temperature.

+Rates

Explora Rapa Nui | in the middle of the Pacific

Program 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights 6 Nights** 7 Nights 8 Nights
Room SGL DBL SGL DBL SGL DBL SGL DBL SGL DBL SGL DBL
Varúa 3,360 2,385 4,480 3,180 5,450 3,880 6,360 4,560 7,140 5,180 7,920 5,760
Raa 4,800 3,225 6,400 4,300 7,850 5,230 9,240 6,090 10,255 6.860 11.,480 7,600

**Special 6 nights program for Christmas and New Year

+Map

mapa isla de pascua