Easter Island in the Southeastern Pacific Ocean

on Tuesday, September 7, 2010

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The Easter Island in Chile is located below the southern tip of Chile. This Island is full of charm, quality, nature and has a fascinating history associated to it. In the book of world, it is popularly known for its magical beauty and monumental structure. Generations after generations have lived and left their distinctive mark on this Island. In the earlier centuries, it saw some horrid sea battles. The holidays in Chile are remembered for a long time. The best way to spent vacation is to rent apartments. Chile is the land of wine, wine yards, poets and romance. It is the largest country in the world and offers different landscapes and hundreds of opportunities to visit.
Easter Island

Easter Island


The best place to visit in Easter Island is to visit some its popular resorts, beaches, the cost and see the beautiful spread ocean. The ocean in the Easter Island coast is spread over 4,000 kilometers. For ocean lovers, there is abundance of water to be with. The weather in some parts of the city is either dry or wet because of its Mediterranean Climate. It also has some old Chile architecture that is considered the tourists attraction spot.
Easter Island

Easter Island

Easter Island

Most of the beaches have five star holiday hotels and resorts with latest state of the art facility apartments and pools. Water sports are the center of attraction for most tourists as it offers variety of sports like surfing, motor biking. Fishing is another popular passing time here. Tourists prefer to eat exotic seafood and drink expensive wine to complete their fun vacation.
Easter Island

Stone Statues (Moai)

The Easter Island is also known for the beautiful stone statues call “moai” which is made of volcanic rock. There are nearly 1,000 stone statues within Easter Island and the purpose of the statues is a mystery and perhaps it represents the gods or the early ancestors. The biggest moai is says to be 10 meters tall and weight around 75 tons.