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At Easter Island there are many things to do, many moais around, some standing some already at the ground, but if you want to get in the middle of the action this is the place, why?, simple!, this is where all the moais at the...More
Walking through the quarry close to these hand-carved giants is an experience we won't forget. You don't need a tour guide if you rent a car (manual drive!) and follow the maps around. We spent three wonderful days exploring, with this site one of our...More
This is the quarry area from which the moai were carved and transported. You can walk among the ones remaining there. Wear sturdy shoes and be prepared to walk for 45-60 minutes over uneven terrain. Bring your park pass.
This is the quarry for the Moai, the place they were carved over years and moved to other parts of the island. Nearly 400 remain. You do not need a guide to be admitted or to enjoy the site, but I would recommend reading ahead...More
This is a must see site when visiting the island.The quarry is amazing and so magical to walk through. Most of the moai statues are on the path to the right when you enter. Be sure to take the path to the left as well...More
This is the volcanic rock quarry where the carvers would create the moai. There are 397 moai in various stages of completion. For some reason the native people abandoned carving the moais and left them all along the hillside. There were so many interesting faces...More