This is a worthwhile place to visit, but it’s not quite as interesting as some of the other sites. Definitely walk down to the water to be sure you see everything!
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This is one of the best Moai locations on the island and one of the few with eyes in the Moai. My favorite Moai location is Tangariki, which in my opinion has the biggest and best Moai display. There are more Moai at the crater...More
A great place to start your trip on Rapa Nui. It is a walking distance away from Hanga Roa and the port.
This is within easy walking distance from town - just past the cemetery and toward the Museum. There are 5 Moai in one area, and a fully reconstructed Moai nearby (with eyes) as well as one other. It is a very popular place from which...More
This is very close to "downtown" Hanga Roa, so you should drop by, if only to see the only moai that has had its eyes replaced. A nice enough place, but not as spectacular as some of the other sites. To get the best pix...More
My journey through Rapa Nui ended with a couple of visits to Ahu Tahai. This is the only original Moai with painted eyes. Nearby is an Ahu with a solo Moai and another Ahu with a few Moai in various state of erosion. While they...More
this is a little bay a few hundred yards to the west of the main town, well worth the walk as you will pass old and new moai
This is where you go to view the stunning sunsets. A line of 5 statues along with some other statues that stand on their own make for an absolutely stunning backdrop. It gets busy as most people come here but it's worth it. A nice,...More
This is near the village, the entire village are walkable and all within walking distance, so this is easily walkable. Come check this out during sunset which is around 7:30-9pm-ish, double check with the hotel to make sure the exact time. You will see many...More