Museo Antropológico Padre Sebastián Englert : It has its faults, but Hanga Roa’s museum bridges the gap between archaeology and ethnology ).
Parque Nacional Rapa Nui : In the entire world, it’s not just the best of its kind — it’s the only one of its kind.
San Juan Bautista : Even if a handful of unnecessary automobiles and motorcycles now scoot along its few streets, this friendly village remains the staging point for most hikes into Parque Nacional Juan Fernández.
Mirador de Selkirk : From this saddle atop the Cordillera de Chiflones, hikers can enjoy the vast Pacific views that brought the real “Robinson Crusoe” to the point of despair.
Bahía Tierras Blancas : Just a short descent from the island’s airstrip, this is the place to meet the endemic Juan Fernández fur seal up close and personal.