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This is the quarry from which all the moais on Easter Island are supposed to have been made. This hill is inside the National Park area on Easter Island & requires you to buy an $80 ticket at the airport to enter. The nice man...More
This is truly an amazing place... where they constructed the moais... hundreds of them in all different positions... you can also see the volcano’s crate... try to spend at least a couple of hours .. there is place for picnics, clean toilets, souvenirs, store
This the feeling one have when looking at this mountais, full of undone maois, half buried moais... throughout the area. This is where they were carved and lots were abandoned there making this place one of most fascinating places in Rapa Nui. And if you...More
We had a nice first day touring the island with a guide and the second day we rented a car to go and see Rano Raraku. When we got there, a group of Rapa Nui people blocked the entry so no one could get in....More
Another incredible Easter Island location. Special note, when you get your National Park Pass, you will only be allowed one visit to this site. It is fragile and the terrain is moderately difficult. It is on the side of a mountain with a narrow path...More
Amazing sculptures. Reccomend to visit it with a guide, so he will explain about all the process of construction and the history of Rapa Nui culture. Also get a camera to take amazing pictures of landscapes and the sculptures, there are almost 900!
Plenty of parking available. A trail of about 1,5 km takes you along many moai's including some not finished. At the point of return you can already see the 15 moai's at Ahu Tongariki in the distance. Trail takes about an hour and a half....More
No trip to Easter Island is complete without a visit to Rano Raraku. Hands-down, it is THE site to visit on the island. Entry requires an $80 National Park ticket, which allows access to several different sites on the island. However, this ticket allows for...More
Overall, I was actually a bit disappointed with the Moai standing on the platforms around the island. in contrast, Rano Raraku, which is the quarry where the Moai were made, has all shapes and sizes of Moai protruding from the ground. That makes it a...More