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Rapa Nui National Park

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Rapa Nui National Park

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Sachin K wrote a review Nov. 2020
Plainview, New York5,757 contributions15,953 helpful votes
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Rapa Nui National Park is a national park and UNESCO World Heritage Site located on Easter Island in Chile. Rapa Nui is the Polynesian name of Easter Island. It is absolutely fascinating to see the various platforms(Ahus) and giant statues(Moais) in the different parts of this national park. One needs to buy a pass which costed my family, around 80 USD per person. The pass can be used for several days and at all tourist attractions within the national park. One gets a good grasp of history on Easter Island by visiting this national park and with a local tour guide. Certainly would very highly recommend visiting the same, at least once in a lifetime.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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John G wrote a review Nov. 2020
Rome, Italy1 contribution
Is Felipe the Ranger still there? If he is.... I'm not going Park Tickets are expensive thats why he kept asking
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Date of experience: December 2019
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adcdiving wrote a review Sep. 2020
Antwerp, Belgium152 contributions62 helpful votes
The Rapa Nui National Park is not cheap as we pay 54,000 Chilean Peso (80US $) per person. You have no choice, because you come to Easter Island to admire the impressive Moai statues.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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jackinthebloks wrote a review Apr. 2020
Montreal, QC10 contributions1 helpful vote
The locals want their island to stay as it used to be with moais and history kept sacred. Tourists now jump hoops to get there & need to be invited & then have the correct form at the airport. Islanders have "Tourist" price & "Locals" price like some European countries that feel tourists are rich & should pay for an experience. Who can't afford it will stay away = how they regulate mass tourism/crowds & most of all people who want to stay forever. However more than ever are they having tourists who decide to stay (so their method is not working!). As for the national park, you now need to buy a pass & only get to go there once... so if you get heat stroke 5 mins in... thats it for you unless you pay again. For those who only want to see one site... say the navel of the earth... you have no choice but to pay full price. The beach is in this package so only 1 visit! All this said... the sites are amazing so be respectful & follow the rules! DON'T TOUCH & walk where you are told to. I saw a tourist get yelled at & fined for their disobedience as it shows disrespect for their heritage. In the past you could get authentic moai souvenirs but no more due to the rarity of the rock... the souvenirs they do sell are expensive (for tourists) so photos may be your best souvenir... don't forget the camera. I am glad I got to go many years before when the island was affordable and much fair with alot less tourism and i was able to have an authentic souvenir & experience.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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P0acher wrote a review Mar. 2020
Marlow270 contributions102 helpful votes
It was a wonderful experience. We spent 4 days and 3 nights here. The tour guides are very experienced and also knowledgeable about the islands history. This makes you visualise better the islands inhabitants from past generations
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Date of experience: March 2020
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