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In the wake of the Tupunas

  Perhaps no other symbol expresses the enigma of the past as well as the Moai statues of Easter Island. Known as the “umbligo del mundo” or the “navel of the earth”, Easter Island is the most remote inhabited island in the world.

The shoreline is dotted with enormous stone carvings that delineate a sacred geography of the island that was the basis of the indigenous Rapa Nui culture.

Enjoy the warm Polynesian hospitality where East meets West in the middle of the South Pacific as you are left to ponder the profound mystery of the silent stones.

Rapa Nui
The Inca Trail
Juan Fernandez
Route of the Apus
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