When you’re ready to really get away from it all, a tour of the world’s most remote inhabited island—soon to be the center of a huge marine sanctuary—is within reach. Here, five things you don’t know about Easter Island:
1. With a population of fewer than 5,000 people, 63 square miles, and a location more than 2,000 miles west of Santiago, Chile, the island of Rapa Nui (named Easter Island by 18th-century Dutch explorers) is as “out there” as it gets.
|0||by Robert Firpo-Cappiello||Adventure, Art + Culture, Beaches, Historical Travel, Islands, Spiritual Travel, Australia & South Pacific, Easter Island, Trip Ideas|