Before doing anything else you will need to find transportation. Lan Chile, an air travel company from Santiago, will fly you to Easter Island. Once you have reached the Easter Island, consider renting a 4 wheel drive jeep as the public transportation in the island is very limited. 4 wheel drive jeep is usually a very good option as the land is rough and rugged.
Make preparations for accommodations in advance. Eastern Island has some places to stay. Don't expect finding a Holiday Inn or Premier Inn hotels there, because all Eastern Island accommodations are regionally owned and fairly small in size. Remember that not all facilities on the island accept credit card payment and therefore it is recommended to take enough cash with you to pay for the accommodation, transportation and food.
Enjoy some of the many things to do on Eastern Island. Obviously, when visiting any island, swimming and scuba diving are popular interests. Some surfing occurs on Eastern Island close Hanga Roa beach. You can also pay a fisherman to either take you on a fishing journey or just for steering the boat.
Be prepared to spend quite a bit of cash for meals, even if you buy your own meals. All meals on Eastern Isle are extremely expensive whether you choose to prepare the food at home or go out to eat in a restaurant. Furthermore, the water on Eastern Isle is harmless to consume. If you are concerned about the quality of water at the isle, consider purchasing a mineral water bottles from stores or shops in the village.
Visit some of the historical sites in the region. There are several trip guide agencies once you arrive on the island. For safety reasons, it is always best to go on a trip with a large number of people. Several historical places are open across the land. Do not forget to respect the holy sites at all times. Be sure to visit the famous head carvings that make Eastern Island a unique place.