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“I went to every possible site -- love the statues, love the stories, love the mystery.”
“i recommend a guided tour of the island overall to get good explanations of the sites etc. Reading a book and doing it on your own to me would take away from some of the experiences and discussions to be had.”
“It’s surrounded by a bucolic nature as all Easter Island archeological sites, when you enter you see a lovely little bay of black rocks on your right and the fallen Moais on a top position over the ocean.”
“This is a sacred landscape and archeological site, with the incredible extinct volcano full of unique species, that catches and reflects the rays of the sun in the early moring to midday.”
“The volcano, the crater and the ceremonial sites that you find gere are just awesome, you can see the blue waters of the pacific and a whole panoramic of Easter sland, Hanga Roa, and the airport Mataveri.”
“Ahu Vinapu is a wonderful site at the east end of the airport where you can something more than on the other unrestored Ahus: the talent and perfection of the old islanders in buying stone platforms for the Moai.”
“A great example of primitive stonemasonry, Ahu Vinapu have the remains of five moai in Rapa Nui National Park, a World Heritage Site”