Rano Raraku, a volcanic crater, is the birthplace of the moai. It remains a mystery how the enormous moai were transported over the island. Still 887 moai reside on the side, some of them are completely finished, others are only partially carved.
After hours of watching the sun rise, observing the changing colors, the moai finally revealed themselves. Mighty and mythical, bathing in the sun.
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Ahu Tongariki is the largest ceremonial platform on the island. Besides, the moai have a unique positioning: they all face sunset during Summer Solstice.
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Waiting for sunrise at magical Ahu Tongariki...
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Rise and shine... The milky way is waiting for us! ✨ No better place to stargaze ❤️ We even captured a falling star on the second photo. 💫
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The Moray ruinas. The Inca's really were beyond their time in scientific thinking. These circular terraces were used for agriculture. The different levels have many microclimates, for example the colder top parts were used to grow potatoes, whereas the bottom circle was hot and tropical crops such as coca leaves were cultivated here.
😁Yes, we have enjoyed our coca leaves to combat altitude sickness.
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