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All reviews watch the sunset close to town hanga roa a popular place an easy stroll ancient boat chicken coop great sunset boat house red hat main town sun sets early afternoon nice walk beautiful ocean moai statues rapa nui
This site is mandatory when you're visiting the island. It's so beautiful and not just at sunset when everyone else is there. The site is vacant at sunrise and so peaceful. It's very close to the center of town and easy to access.
This site was about s 1.5 walk from our hotel so we walked along the shore to get there. The moai are a little worn out but still beautiful against the backdrop of the ocean. You will see a grouping of 4 and there are...More
Put on your walking shoes, Tahai encompasses a large area! This was one of the oldest settlements on the island dating to 700 AD. With access to the ocean, here was prime real estate occupied by powerful clans. Along with the remains of an ancient...More
Ahu Tahai is the closest ceremonial platform to Hanga Roa, located between the museum and the cemetery. Even though the sculptures are not as well-preserved and impressive as some other ahus, together with the Pacific Ocean in the background they provide a truly beautiful view....More
It's a short walk toward the northwestern part of Hanga Roa to the site, nestled north of the cemetery and south of the museum. Three ahus are located here. Ahu Tahai is a single ahu. Ahu Ko Te Riku is to the north, noted for...More
This turned out to be our first sighting of the enigmatic moais of Easter Island & it got us intrigued for sure. This ahu (platform) on the coast has 5 moais on top of it, with only 3 of them having their heads intact. Closeby,...More
The Place!!! this is the Ahu I liked most because you have got 5 Moai in a row and then you have got the only one Moai of the island equipped with hat and above all eyes! it's totally amazing. during the day, the sunset,...More