Your guide will be able to point out which were stone chicken-coops, base of boat-shaped houses, and gardening techniques.
This is the legendary quarry where the skilled Rapanui workers chiseled the moai out of the volcano crater.
A combination of many things including a popular public beach, the restored Ahu Nau Nau with its 7 moai, and 4 with top knots.
Representing the pinnacle of the Rapa Nui stone carving period, this platform has a wingspan of 220 meters, features moai that range in all sizes and stature, and only one has a top knot.
One of the top things to do on Easter Island because it has one of the most dramatic views – stunning views of the crater’s lush center, the Pacific ocean, and the nearby islets (motu).