For travelers who love ocean views, it doesn’t get much better than La Tagua, a luxurious Airbnb in Navidad, Chile. This 25-square-meter cabin is made of pine and oak, mimicking the natural landscape of the region. Its most intriguing characteristic, though, is that it’s built on stilts, giving visitors the illusion of floating above the ocean.
Located far from the Chilean mainland, Easter Island is a remote and isolated territory, approximately 2,180 miles (3,510 kilometers) to the west and 1,289 miles (2,075 kilometers) east of Pitcairn Island in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. The island, known for its enormous stone statues called moai, is a testament to the ingenuity of the early Rapa Nui people.
Chile is famous for its many attractions, including Torres del Paine National Park and Easter Island. If you’re planning a visit, be sure to add “Mano del Desierto” or “The Hand of the Desert” to your must-see list.
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