In 2010, a total solar eclipse will occur in Easter Island. This page has been written with that in mind.
Easter Island is one of the the world's most isolated most isolated islands. Although in the Pacific Ocean, Easter Island is actually part of Chile. It is most famous for its giant stone busts.
Reports are in that LAN Chile, the only airline which flies to Easter Island, is not accepting reservations for flights to Easter Island. Apparently they will be conducting an auction of the seats. I have contacted LAN Chile for comment.
2010 eclipse tour operators - Tour operators providing tours to the eclipse in Easter Island, French Polynesia and the Cook Islands
2010 solar eclipse - Cook Islands - Travel information about the Cook Islands
2010 solar eclipse - Tahiti - Travel information about Tahiti (French Polynesia) and the 2010 eclipse
2010 solar eclipse tour from Journeys Worldwide - recommended - Details of the Journeys Worldwide journey to Easter Island for the 2010 total solar eclipse
2010 solar eclipse tour I - from A Classic Tour Collection - An 18-day tour to the 2010 solar eclipse in Easter Island from A Classic Tour Collection
2010 solar eclipse tour II - from A Classic Tour Collection - An 11-day tour to the 2010 solar eclipse in Easter Island from A Classic Tour Collection
2010 solar eclipse tour III - from A Classic Tour Collection - An 8-day tour to the 2010 solar eclipse in Easter Island from A Classic Tour Collection
2010 Total Solar Eclipse - Easter Island - Information on and about the 2010 Total Solar Eclipse in Easter Island
2010 total solar eclipse path - Path of the 2010 total solar eclipse across the Pacific Ocean
Auckland - boats on the Hauraki Gulf - Boats sailing in the Hauraki Gulf near Auckland in New Zealand
Mark Sukhija is a travel and wine blogger, photographer, tourism researcher, hat-touting, white-shirt-wearing, New Zealand fantatic and eclipse chaser. Aside from at least annual visits to New Zealand, Mark has seen eclipses in South Australia (2002), Libya (2006), China (2009) and Queensland (2012). After twelve years in Switzerland, Mark moved back to London in 2012. You can follow Mark on Twitter or Facebook