Accessible travel Easter Island is possible thanks to our advanced equipment, trained guides and assistants, and most importantly, our complete and utter love for the place. The island, called Rapa Nui by the natives, is a charming enigma thanks to the mysterious Moai monuments that are scattered around the place. Be prepared to see dormant volcanoes full of water, sandy beaches with clear water, and impressive Moais that protect this sacred place.
Firstly, this one of Wheel the World’s favorite places on the planet, and it surely will be yours too! Easter Island, also called Rapa Nui, is a beautiful enigma where you’ll get to see the majestic Moais and, in addition, hike its dormant volcanoes that have lakes in their craters. Moreover, you can bike around its impressive landscapes or dive in Anakena beach with its white sand and clear waters. Most importantly, all guaranteed by the safety of our adapted equipment and friendly trained guides and assistants.
Firstly, be sure to get appropriate health insurance that fits your travel and personal needs, and have funds available to cover any medical emergency. Easter Island has only one hospital with limited facilities. To ask for an ambulance, dial 131. You can review some recommended vaccines to travel to Chile here.
In short, even though the political situation is stable and safe, pickpocketing and mugging can still take place in popular tourist sites. Certainly, be aware of your surroundings and most importantly avoid carrying large amounts of money in crowded places. Always use authorized taxi services.
To clarify, citizens from certain countries in Latin America do not need a passport to enter Chilean territory; most importantly, just their national identity card. These countries include Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay.
Likewise, most western countries don’t need a visa to enter. However, to be safe, make sure if you need one before you book a ticket.
It is also important to mention that some nationals must pay an entry fee on arrival: Australia – US$117, Mexico – US$23, Suriname – US$25, USA – US$160.
Firstly, Easter Island has a subtropical climate. Peak season is summer, between January and March, especially because February’s Tapati Rapa Nui Festival. Between July and September, it gets a bit chilly and windy, not ideal for beaches but a good time for hiking. Spring and autumn have fairly temperate weather.
In short, Chile’s official language is Spanish.
Firstly, the electricity supply is stable around the country. Secondly, the current operates on 220V, 50Hz. Thirdly, electrical sockets have two or three holes and accept round (European) plugs