Famous for its moai statues and rich ancestral culture, Rapa Nui stands as a unique destination in Polynesia, known for being the birthplace of a written language. As the most remote inhabited island in the world, it attracts millions of visitors each year seeking to explore its captivating allure.

In an effort to promote our mission and pursue self-sustainability, we have developed a tourism plan that offers a unique alternative to traditional tours, focusing on sustainability, education, and the transformative power of art in shaping the lives of children and youth.

Our guided tour, led by the staff of the School of Music and the Arts, takes visitors on an immersive journey through our innovative and environmentally sustainable school building, which was awarded the National Environmental Prize in 2015. Guests will have the opportunity to witness firsthand the construction process that utilized recycled materials such as tires, cans, and bottles, and experience the energy of the collaborative effort that went into its creation.
Additionally, visitors will gain insights into the history of our NGO and our educational program, which aims to provide opportunities for the development of children and youth that may not otherwise be available to them.

Our tour includes visits to ancestral gardens, where guests are invited to leave their mark by planting a tree (subject to availability).

Furthermore, we offer meaningful gifts and opportunities for visitors to become members or sponsors of our school.

The tour lasts approximately 45 minutes, and the cost is a minimum donation of $10,000 CLP per person. For Toki members, sponsors, or partners, the tour is free of charge. Simply inform us of your special status at the time of booking.

For reservations, please contact us at or consult directly with your tour operator.

Turismo galeria de ejemplo
Turismo galeria de ejemplo
Turismo galeria de ejemplo