EASTER ISLAND NATIONAL PARK
Know Easter Island National ParkEaster Island is formed by three volcanoes: Maunga Terevaca, Poike and Rano Kau. It's the home of 34 unique species of flora and specual fauna, where the Manutara seagull stands out. The island became part of Chile in 1888, as a military base. It features beautiful handmade statues: giant moais (volcanic rock statues) and white sand beaches like Anakena, Perousse and Ovahe. The Easter Island National Park is administrated by CONAF and it´s an important archaeological interest zone.
Attractions: Flora and fauna. Amazing relief. Archaeological and cultural interest zone.
Activities: Trekking, hiking, horseback ridings, scuba diving, canoe, rowing, caves exploration, sea kayak, mountainbike, picnic, birds watch, sport fishing, swimming, photography.
How to get there: Airway: Lan Chile to the Mataveri Airport.
When to go: All year long.
Weather: Maritime with tropical characteristics. La high media temperature is 22ºC and the lowest is 17ºC on October. The rain is subtropical with a media of 1,126 milimeters per year.
Services: Housing, food, outdoor activities, information center.
Surroundings: Ahu Akahanga, Ahu Te Pito Kura, Ahu Uri a Hurenga, Perousse Bay or Hanga Hoonu, Hanga Roa Bay or Tai, Orongo, Easter Island National Park, Poike peninsula, Anakena Beach, Ovahe Beach, Te pito te Henua, Tongariki, Rano Kau Volcano, Rano Raraku Volcano.