The QE2 World Cruise 2008 takes her passengers and crew to some exotic places.
Easter Island is a small, hilly island of volcanic origin. Located in the Pacific Ocean at 27 degrees south of the equator and some 2200 miles (3600 kilometers) off the coast of Chile, it is considered to be the world’s most remote inhabited island.
The Moai statues, the monolithic human figures were carved from rock between 1250 and 1500 CE.
Rapa Nui is one of the world’s most famous yet least visited archaeological sites, so QE2’s call at this remote spot is real treat for the World Cruisers.
I added a small video clip to my library, click on the button below or select from the VodPod Library.