Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui, has been called "the navel of the world" by some. It is a magic place with its own traditions, ceremonies and lifestyle.

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Juan Fernández archipelago: Formed by the Robinson Crusoe, Alexander Selkirk and Santa Clara (9.067 hectares) islands, this archipelago is a World Biosphere Reserve, thanks to its unique nature richness. It became famous through the book “Robinson Crusoe”, by Daniel Defoe, which tells the adventures of the Scotsman Alexander Selkirk, who was abandoned on the island and survived there for 5 years. Stories of pirates and treasure mixed with the wonderful vegetation make this place unique in the world.

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