The Easter Bunny lives on Easter Island, a remote island located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. The name “Easter Island” was given by Dutch explorer Jacob Roggeveen, who encountered the island on Easter Sunday April 5, 1722.
The remote nature of the island ensures the Easter Bunny’s privacy.
The Easter Bunny departs Easter Island on Easter Eve and begins delivering eggs and candy from the South Pacific and travels west all the way to the United States, visiting other countries along the way.
Easter Island is also home to the Easter Bunny Helpers, magical animals who help the Easter Bunny.
The giant stone statues of Easter Island, known as Moai, along with the Easter Bunny’s workshop, are depicted in the book Track Easter Bunny: An Easter Tradition. The book offers a glimpse of how the Easter Bunny and his helpers live on Easter Island.
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