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Named after a legend about a mouse, this site is just north of Tahai. There are two restored ahu, one with a complete moai and the other with a piece that was rescued from the bay. There are also remains of the ceremonial center. It’s...More
This is a less frequented archeological site, located near Hanga Roa, between Ahu Tahai and Ana Kakenga. There is a well-preserved moai, which is a nice photo motif with the sea in the background. The other moai has only a part of the back preserved....More
Hanga Kio'e is a small site along the West cost and close to Hanga Roa, which should make it a good place for sunset pictures, but due to the few standing Moai, and lack of other significant structures, makes this a “could easily be skipped”...More
Easter Island is the most wonderful of places. You fell back in the early 20th Century experiencing the native Islander's simple life & happy ways but still luxury can be found in surprising places. There are many Hotels & tent areas around Hanga Roa &...More
I traveled to Easter Island back in 2005. The Place was magical, the scenery, it was Surreal to see and experience the Moai satues, and to just be here.
I'd been longing to do this trip a long time, and when I finally got here,...More
M603 / Part of World Cruise - Queen Mary 2. Remember your primary school geography class, or Erich von Daniken's "Chariots of the Gods" that referenced a strange place called Easter Island. What was not apparent then is that Easter Island is part of Chile,...More
The fifteen statues are of varying size and different appearance and all face away from the ocean towards what was the village. This area has been restored by the Japanese after a Tsunami and is not in its original form but still the second best...More