An ancient cementery, 200 meters long, that features 15 statues. It is the most important in Rapa Nui and it was restored between 1995 and 1996 by Chilean archaeologists, after its destruction by a tsunami in 1960. There are moais and pukao surrounding it. Behind it, there is the Hanga Hotu Iti bay.
Sunrise at Tongariki
Sunset at Tahai
This attraction is an old sanctuary. Its archaeological interest is combined with its three “Ahu”, one on the north, other on the south, and the last one in the center. In Tahai you can find archaeological vestiges of Williams Mulloy, in the southern Ahu, and in the northern moai you will see the white coral eyes. In the place is celebrated the Tapati Rapa Nui.