Feast Your Eyes on Extraordinary Sights With Private Easter Island Tours
Easter Island may very well be the most remote inhabited Island in the world, but it is definitely among the most famous archaeological sites in the world. With private Easter Island tours, you get the opportunity to feast your eyes on the extraordinary discoveries.
Easter Island is one of the amazing Chilean Islands located in the Southeastern Pacific Ocean. This is also the Polynesian Triangle’s most southeastern point in Oceania. An Easter Island sightseeing tour is not a day trip as it is a 5-hour flight from Chile but where else in the world are you going to see the mysterious stone moai and go on the unique adventure tours Easter Island has to offer?
This Island has wonderful Polynesian ‘Rapa Nui’ folklore, fascinating iconic legends, landscape like nowhere else, rich in remote natural beauty and breathtaking sunsets. You can never have the same magical and magnetic experiences you have here anywhere else in the world!
Easter Island received its current name from the first European visitor to the Island, Jacob Roggeveen a Sea Captain from the Netherlands. He arrived on the Island Easter Sunday 1722.
Top 10 Things to Do in Easter Island
See the Most Majestic Platform With Guided Tours Easter Island, Ahu Tongariki
The Moai or Easter Island statues as most people call them are the most famous attractions to see on the Island. They are spread over the entire Island and a recommended guided tour Easter Island is to Ahu Tongariki. With the blue sea as its frame, this is a spectacular sight of a platform with 15 giant sculptures in the row.
Easter Island has lots of different landscape and natural wonders to explore such as extinct volcanoes, caves and beaches. The best way to get the most out of exploring these places is to go with Easter Island adventure tours where you can horseback ride, kayak, hike, bike, dive and so much more.
Culture tours Easter Island are also a must when you are here. It is always great to learn new and fascinating facts about this Island and visiting the Culture Centres and museums will help you achieve this.
Travel Tips for Easter Island
The best time to visit Easter Island, weatherwise, is during the summer months of December, January and February with temperatures of 27 degrees Celsius feeling cooler due to the Antarctic breezes. The rain falls more in May to July and October than any other month. For Easter |sland adventure tours the best months are March, April, October and November, it is cooler but better humidity to do the outdoor activities.
The costs when you get to Easter Island are very reasonable. The main expense is the journey to the Island as the flights can be very expensive especially during the summer months. When you are there, the average amount a tourist spends in a day is US$100. This includes one night's accommodation and all meals excluding snacks. If you can book any of the Easter Island sightseeing tours before arriving, it is cheaper.
Like most destinations all over the world, the earlier you can book your flight, accommodation and private Easter Island tours the better bargains you can receive. Eating out in restaurants is expensive as all foods are imported from Chile’s mainland so book all-inclusive hotels or complexes where possible. When going on Easter Island adventure tours, be sure to listen to the instructions from the professionals.
The subtropical climate of Easter Island means that during the summer it is warm and humid while in the winter, it is mild. Due to the Antarctic breezes, the actual temperatures can feel a lot cooler. During the summer, it is vital you are aware of this and apply sunscreen regularly even if you do not think it is very hot. The hottest month of the year is usually February with temperatures of around 26 degrees Celsius.