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15 moais at this spectacular ahu - the most you will find on any one platform.
It's the largest ceremonial site on the island, and possibly the most photographed. Particularly as the rugged coastline can be incorporated behind.
And of course there's history to be...More
This is a definitely MUST SEE! It is was the highlight of all of the moai for me. I loved the restoration of moai of different sizes. These moai are from the modern period. We had a wonderful Rapanui guide who gave us lots of...More
My favorite of all the moai spots on the island! This spot has 15 moais on an ahu- the most anywhere on the island. It is a 5 minute drive down the road from Rano Raraku. The most jaw dropping place on the island for...More
15 Moai lined up were quite impressive. You can see them all from many different angles. Another way to see them is from the quarry which gives a better overall view. 15 minutes is ample at the site. We went in early afternoon and the...More
This is a stunningly beautiful place. It's the largest ceremonial site on the island, and one of the oldest. The ahu and 15 moai sit on a rugged section of coastline, giving you all kinds of photo opps. It's also because this ahu has been...More
We were there last month (3/2015). They drive on the right side of the road. I saw a car rental place right in town but don't know what they cost. If I were you, I'd take a small group or private tour. The tour guides have... More
We were there last month (3/2015). They drive on the right side of the road. I saw a car rental place right in town but don't know what they cost. If I were you, I'd take a small group or private tour. The tour guides have so much information to offer. We took private tours and LOVED it. I had read a lot on Easter Island and guides had so much more to offer that no book ever told me. Have a good trip!