Easter Island opens

Easter Island opens

World Journeys reports that remote Easter Island (Rapa Nui) has opened its doors to tourism again after more than two years. 

Located 4,000 kilometres from continental Chile, Rapa Nui is famous for its immense and mysterious moais (stone statues), white sand beaches and fascinating local traditions.

In addition to the entry requirements to Chile, special requirements for travel to Rapa Nui include a negative PCR test taken 24 hours before arrival. Those flying in from elsewhere must take an antigen test upon arrival on the island. 

World Journeys offers a four-day package priced from $1,040 per person share twin including three nights’ accommodation (three-star), transfers and transport, sightseeing with English-speaking guides, National Park fees, three breakfasts and one lunch.


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