Easter Island – Rapa Nui in the native tongue — is a minute volcanic island in the South Pacific with a history magnificent enough to captivate any imagination.
It holds the designation as the most remote, continuously inhabited island in the world,
and its most storied occupants are the Moai, great carved beings who are representations of the people’s forebears.
or you can choose to rent a bike and strike out on your own.
Sunset is mellow – around the cove of sun-faded fishing boats and overseen by the stately moai, Ahu Tautira.
And at day’s end, there’re lantern-til taverns waiting for you, with batik-covered tables full of pisse (pronounced pee-see) straight from the sea and lemony-sharp chilean ceviche.
All that’s left is a night of wind-blown solitude on your speck in the Pacific.