Chile & Easter Island20th Nov 2025

Chile & Easter Island



This is an adventure indeed - travelling across the globe with an international expert to see some of the most enigmatic rock art in the world, situated in vast and often remote landscapes. Doing so involves travelling down the coast of northern Chile and into the Atacama desert, before flying over the Pacific to a tiny speck of land - the iconic Easter Island. We shall be discovering places seldom visited, which our ancestors chose to decorate with huge earth pictures and complex rock art. Some of the sites we see are simply extraordinary - their gigantic scale makes us ask why and for whom such things were created.


15 Days



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    What to Expect

    • Discover extraordinary geoglyphs and petroglyphs amid unforgettable lunar-like landscapes
    • Explore Easter Island, the most remote piece of land inhabited on the planet, and visit a range of sites where the enigmatic moai can be seen in situ
    • Visit a range of fascinating regional museums, which include exhibits on shrinking heads, wooden carvings and the famous Chinchorro mummies, in a variety of locations
    • Traverse the striking Atacama Desert, declared the world’s driest by NASA after a series of in-depth studies
    Earth paintings, Azapa Valley

    Day by Day Itinerary


    After a welcome lunch, we have the rest of the afternoon to simply relax and recover from our flight, or join a guided walk around Santiago, Chile’s capital city since the colonial era. On foot is the perfect way to take in the culture and local atmosphere as we discover its many parks, winding streets and eclectic buildings, admiring the fusion of colonial, Art Deco, and Neo-Gothic styles. We will also visit the Museo de Arte Precolombino, which houses a world-class collection of Latin American antiquities. Begun by Chilean architect and antiques fanatic Sergio Larraían García-Moreno, it displays many interesting artefacts that have been selected specifically for their aesthetic qualities. Highlights here include Mapuche funeral carvings and an entire room of beautiful prehistoric textiles.

    Meals IncludedLunch, Dinner


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