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Rapa Nui National Park

Easter Island Chile
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  • Rapa Nui National Park
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    The moai are amazing, and tooling around the island on a 4 wheeler to see them all is a lot of fun.

    Recommended for:Adventure TravelersBackpackersHistory BuffsOutdoor Enthusiasts
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  • Rapa Nui National Park

    Rapa Nui is a very amazing spot, indigenous people over there are quite interesting and you can just feel all the ancient knowledge flowing through you in this rare place.

    Recommended for:History Buffs
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  • Rapa Nui National ParkPro 2014
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    The Rapa Nui National Park is practically the entire island of Rapa Nui. The only part that's not under the Park system is perhaps the only town on the island, Hanga Roa and the airport. This Park is one fantastic site for education, cultural understanding, and nature appreciation.

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  • Rapa Nui National ParkPro 2014
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    This is an amazing park and hike even without all the moai. Rano Raraku was the quarry where the natives carved these giant statues and you can see a moai at every stage, from being outlined in the rock to its beginnings down the mountain to the destination it never reached. There are several amazing vistas of the island.

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Description

Rapa Nui, as its indigenous peoples called Easter Island, is unique to the utmost degree. The Polynesian peoples that settled the island circa AD 300 established an artistic tradition of freestanding sculpture and architecture that generated the great stone figures, or moai, that stand as an "unrivalled cultural landscape" that has long thrilled the world. UNESCO designated the island a World Heritage Site in recognition of its cultural significance.

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7 members' reviews
30 people visited Rapa Nui National Park

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