Ahu Tahai (Easter Island) Reviews
Description:Address: Easter Island / Chile
Newest Review: ... and the Vai Ure Ahu. His was not the first site we visited so we had already seen a number of the Moai which meant that in fact I was somewhat more interested in the rest of the site. The canoe ramp leading down to the ocean is constructed of rounded beach stones and looks in perfect condition and was restored at the same time as the Moai here. I thought the chicken house which looked like ... more
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by - written on 12/11/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Ahu Tahai Hanga Roa is the capital city of this small Island and this site is the closest Ahu to the capital city. I say capital city but really this is a small very simple town of only one main street. You can easily walk to this site from Hanga Roa. I found this one fascinating as it had more than just the Ahu and its Moai. Just to explain, the Ahu is the platform that the heads or Moai stand on, if they have a topknot or hat then this is called a pukao. This archaeological site has three Ahu, but it also has the remains of a Rapa Nui village which includes a rather unusual chicken coop, an underground hideaway and a boat ramp. ... Read the complete review
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