Chile travel

Rapa Nui National Park

On the world’s most remote inhabited island, millennial enigmas and legends are hidden. Right in the middle of this Polynesian natural beauty, like a written code that nobody has cracked, you’ll find the legacy of the Rapa Nui culture.

Get to know how a society completely isolated from the world for centuries was able to create a culture that is unique in Polynesia and indeed the world. Visit the Rapa Nui National Park, living witness of artistic traditions and a place that is home to a large number of universally relevant archaeological sites.

Discover the famous and enigmatic moai, maximum expression of the Rapa Nui and discover the origin of a millenial culture that’s still alive. If you want to know more about Rapa Nui traditions, visit the island for the Tapati festival that takes place every year from late January to early February.

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