This law arises to ensure the conditions that enable sustainable development on Rapa Nui, protect the quality of life of island inhabitants and conserve the island’s environmental and cultural heritage.
We are all protecting Rapa Nui
Learn about the requirements for visiting or residing on Easter Island under the new law:
Whom does it regulate?
Tourists or guests: May not remain on the island for more than 30 days and must meet all established entry requirements
Authorized residents: Residents who are not members of the Rapa Nui people. To reside in the special territory, these persons must complete the authorization process through the Easter Island Provincial Government.