Here are a few links with helpful information:
How to Visit Easter Island Without Spending a Lot of Money
The aedes aegypti mosquito, which is the vector for transmitting the diseases chikunyunga, zika, and dengue fever, is present in the island (cases of yellow fever have not been detected). It is recommended to take precautions, such as wearing long trousers and long-sleeved shirts, and using mosquito repellent containing DEET.
Researchers Compare “Natural” Repellents to DEET
First Case of Zika Virus reported on Easter Island
Archaeological Travel Service is a specialized travel agency founded on Easter Island in 1975 and owned by a group of scientists and cultural tourism specialists with more than three decades of experience in the South Pacific.
Our expeditions are not conceived for the common traveller, or the seeker of exotisms. We want to revive the tradition of the philosophical trip and to recover from oblivion the notion that, first of all, we cross the world to find ourselves.
We will be offering excursions to all major sites of the island during the conference. If you’re interested or have any questions, please feel free to contact us at info – at – archaeo.cl