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Experience Your Best Easter Island Vacation

A trip to Easter Island is a trip that you will not soon forget. With award-winning restaurants, outdoor attractions, and numerous shopping opportunities, anyone can find something here to stay entertained.

Take, for example, La Vega, which is the main market where local restaurant owners and chefs shop. You can find the freshest produce, including fruits and vegetables that you never knew existed. Those who love the outdoors might prefer to visit the crater lake at Orongo. Some of the sites around the lake tell the history of a cult that once practiced on the site. No matter what you want to see, you can book your trip through and save money on all your travel arrangements.

Best time to take a vacation to Easter Island

The semitropical climate of Easter Island means that you will experience nice weather regardless of when you visit. The area has warmer temperatures in January and February, with temperatures often hitting 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature stops falling in June and does not rise again until September. You might see temperatures in the low 60s if you visit during this time. As the water stays consistently warm, there is not a bad time to visit Easter Island if you love swimming and water sports. gives you the chance to book your trip for far less than you dreamed, whether you visit during the warmer or cooler months.

Insider tips for Easter Island travel

Makona Restaurant

Though it doesn't look like much from the outside, this local hangout serves traditional Chilean dishes at affordable prices.

Hetu U

Fresh seafood is on the menu at many Easter Island restaurants, but few do it as well as this small restaurant, which changes its menu frequently.

Restaurant Manuia

Great views of the area, local dishes like tuna empanadas, and an owner who often stops by the tables make this restaurant a popular local spot.

The French Restaurant

The chef and owner of this restaurant, which is also known as Taverne du Pecheur, combines traditional French techniques with local produce and seafood.


When you're ready for dessert, stop by this tiny local ice cream shop, which offers unique flavor combinations and regional specialties.

* Prices reflect the lowest "base rate" found over the next 30 days. Rates are subject to change and may not include taxes and fees, hotel service charges, extra person charges, or incidentals, such as room service. All rates are displayed in USD unless otherwise noted. Converted rates are provided for your convenience. They are based on today's exchange rate, but the hotel will charge you in the local currency.