In Chile it's called Isla de Pascua and the natives there call it Rapa Nui or Te Pito te Henua ( world's belly button). It is 14 miles long by 7 miles wide and it's actually about the only city not on the Panamericana, it's about 2,332 miles off the coast. Known for its Moais (stone statues), it is a must for people into ancient mysteries. Some of these Moais weigh up to 50 tons and are over 25 feet high. Also ancient shrines, some 240 in all, dot the island. It is about a 3 to 5 day do. Don't expect a lot of discos and movie houses, but its natural beauty more than makes up for their absence. There are frequent flights from Santiago that take about 4 or 5 hours.