Shared Transfer - Easter Island Airport to Hotels
Enjoy a safe and relaxing One Way Transfer between "Mataveri Airport" to your Hotel in Easter Island.
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- Leave the driving in foreign cities to a professional and let our driver transport you safely to your Easter Island Hotel
- Get to know a local by conversing with our drivers
- English & Spanish speaking guide
DescriptionSpend your vacations at Easter Island, a Polynesian island located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. This wonderful place is famous for its 887 extant monumental satutes, called moai. Our driver will meet you at Mataveri Airport and take you to your selected hotel in Easter Island. No matter what time you arrive our guides will be always ready to assist you. Once at the Airport you must paid the Entrace Fee to Rapa Nui National Park (CLP 30.000), an UNESCO World Heritage. This 24/7 transportation service will let you start enjoying the beautiful and impresive sights of the island. You'll be able to experience the beauty, mystery and dramatic scenery of Rapa Nui.
IncludesShared One Way Transfer from Mataveri Airport to your hotel in Easter Island, English Speaking Guide Optional Gratuities
- Please provide your flight information and hotel name during the booking process. Please provide your printed or e-voucher to your driver guide upon pick-up from the airport or your hotel.
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
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