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Easter Island & Juan Fernandez Archipelago

Chile possesses two remote territories far, far out in the mighty Pacific. Both are tiny islands with national parks that are under UNESCO protection. Easter Island, known as Rapa Nui, is surrounded by huge expanses of ocean; it's nearly halfway to Tahiti. Juan Fernandez Archipelago, closer to the mainland but equally remote, is punctuated by steep, jagged peaks and green foliage—a spectacular topography.
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Easter Island is a strange, remote, and magical place. After a full day of wandering around this tiny island, we were fortunate enough to witness an absolutely breathtaking sunset over the Pacific. The "beach" here is made up of pitch black...
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The Juan Fernandez Archipelago's largest and only inhabited island, Isla Robinson Crusoe, started out as a pirates' refuge, known most famously for Alexander Selkirk, a Scottish seaman who spent four years marooned there in the 18th century, which...