Why it's worth it. Although it's widely known and treasured, Easter Island, Chile, is incredibly remote. It is, for example, 8,438km from Toronto, 13,628km from London and 9,154km from Sydney.
The biggest tourist attractions here are the giant moai monoliths and, despite the island's extreme geographic isolation, they've been calling to travellers for centuries. But the iconic
statues on this UNESCO-protected island are only the beginning. Here, you can camp under the Polynesian stars, meet and interact with the inhabitants of the world's remotest populated island,
and explore its natural treasures on foot and by bike.