Easter Island is one of the most remote and intriguing islands on earth. Famous for its collection of large monolithic statues (moai), the island holds another mysterious attraction, in the form of caves with fascinating archeological significance.
They’re actually ancient lava tubes used by Easter Island’s ancient inhabitants for a variety of functions, including fortifications.
Hike across this far-flung island with a private guide, exploring a few of these caves. Hear the mythology that motivated the people who used them and see evidence of their presence.
Tap into a world that has since been shrouded by the fog of time.