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Rano Raraku is a MUST while visiting Rapa Nui. This where 99% of the 900+ moai scattered across the island were quarried. Nearby is a section of "moai road" that shows in part how they were moved from the quarry to various ahu sites around...More
Over 400 moais decorate the hills of this valley where they were carved before being taken to their final destination.
Most never got there and remain here in a magnificent panorama.
A walk round here is the best experience you can have on Easter Island....More
While there are many theories on how the moai were transported being where they began is fabulous. Go early on the day before the humidity does you want in. Be prepared for the hike up. So many statues it gave me goosebumps!
Agree, this is the one place you need to go when visiting Easter Island ! Everything is there and it is an easy walk. You get to see where they came from the kneeling Moai and the 15 from a distance. We took more pictures...More
The quarry of moais is a good starting point to know about the island's history and also to see the evolution in the carving of these big statues. Be sure to bring sun protection, lot of water, and of course good shoes to walk a...More
All atractions in Easter Island are really easy to reach. This one is quite misterious full of this masive pieces of rock. It is well signed and clear path, so stay on it. There services as well and a litle store to buy some souvenirs.
This was a perfect spot and great walk. There is a path that goes along the side of the crater and you can see all the moais in the ground as well as some carved into the side of the rock in the mountain. There...More