Easter Island is over 2,000 miles from the nearest population centre, Tahiti and Chile making it one of the most isolated places on Earth. A triangle of volcanic rock in the South Pacific – it is best known for the giant stone monoliths, known as Moai, that dot the coastline. The early settlers called the island “Te Pito O Te Henua” (Navel of The World). Admiral Yet More HeadsRoggeveen, who came upon the island on Easter Day in 1722, named it Easter Island. Today, the land, people and ~language are all referred to locally as ~Rapa Nui. Easter Island today remains one of the most unique places you will ever encounter; an open-air museum showcasing a fascinating, but unfortunately lost culture. The landscape is truly amazing – with its volcanic craters, lava formations, beaches, brilliant blue water, and archaeological sites. There is a lot of mystery on how these statures are built and got here maybe by an advanced LOST CIVILIZATION.