A must see. Your park entrance ticket of USD80 is needed for this place. You don’t appreciate the construction of the moai until you see the size and scale of this quarry hill.
It involves a lot of walking but of low grade difficulty. You see a lot of heads sticking out of the ground on the slope of the hill.
Don’t miss the largest moai ever carved up on the hill and still attached to the bedrock.
There are also a few moai lying on their backs and unfinished.
There is also the only kneeling moai cordoned off but you can get quite close to it.
And from here you can see Ahu Tongariki and the sea. This gives you an idea of how far the moai had to be moved to their final positions
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