Sleep In "The Center Of The World" At Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa In Chile

If you zoom in just close enough on Google Maps, you may notice a small speck of a dot located 2,200 miles west of Chile. That mark is Isla de Pascua (Easter Island) and has a population of around 5,035 inhabitants on its 62-square-mile plot of land. It has been called "The Center of the World" and is considered the most remote inhabited island on the planet, with no other landmass being as isolated. Famous for its giant stone statues — the largest one coming in at 37 feet tall — is also home to Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa.