No one knows for sure, but it is believed that around 300 A.D. a tribe of Polynesian explorers headed by a king named Hotu Matu’a, who had seen the island in a dream, arrived to inhabit the island.
Tourist destinations in Chile continue to make important appearances in key international media.
La revista Sports Illustrated, acaba de publicar la celebrada edición de trajes de baño Swimsuit 2013.
Rapa Nui's (Easter Island) long-standing, annual Tapati Festival launched this February and the festivities will continue now through February 15.
For many, the conventional way to travel a country - hostels or hotels, tours and set routes - can be convenient yet not wholly satisfying.
A fleck of land lost in the great expanse of the Pacific Ocean, Rapa Nui, or Easter Island, is one of the most remote inhabited places on Earth.
Easter Island made a guest appearance recently in New York City, showing off on several key city streets its traditional dancing and dress.
Humans have traversed the surface of earth on horseback since prehistoric times, and Chile's Isla de Pascua (Easter Island) offers 164 square kilometers of open moorland to fathom this ancient partnership between species.
The new publication "Seven Must-see Destinations of Underwater Heritage and Chilean Natural History" invites you to enjoy diving in Chile!
Easter Island is featured in the July issue of National Geographic, one of the most recognized and prestigious magazines in the world.
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