Diving,  Underwater Hunting and Sharks

Diving, Underwater Hunting and Sharks

Diving, Underwater Hunting and Sharks Testimonio de Testimony of Poki Tane Haoa Hundreds of divers come to Rapa Nui every year in search of some of the clearest waters on the planet which offer visibility at 60 to 70 meters (195 to 230 feet) of depth. Poki Tane Haoa,...
Overfishing on Rapa Nui

Overfishing on Rapa Nui

Overfishing on Rapa Nui A group of scientists, sponsored by the National Geographic Society, recently arrived on Easter Island following an exploration of the ecosystems of the Salas y Gómez Islands, where it was supposed that man had not yet intervened, and Easter...
Marine Park on Salas y Gómez

Marine Park on Salas y Gómez

Marine Park on “Salas y Gómez” The international conservation organization, Oceana, and the National Geographic Society scheduled an expedition to the Salas y Gómez Island in March of 2010.   The scientific team, with their guide, Michel García, a diver from Easter...
A HITCH-HIKERS GUIDE TO RAPA NUI

A HITCH-HIKERS GUIDE TO RAPA NUI

A HITCH-HIKERS GUIDE TO RAPA NUI A HITCH-HIKERS GUIDE TO RAPA NUI by Sabine Rech – ESMOI Even though Rapa Nui is one of the most remote places on earth, plastic litter comes here from several sources. While some stems from high-seas fisheries, other litter comes...