Driving along the coast of the most remote, inhabited island in the world is nothing short of breathtaking. Easter Island (Isla de Pascua) or as it is referred to by the locals as Rapa Nui, is known for it’s impressive monolithic human figures carved by the Rapa Nui people. The human figures are on average about 13 feet (4 meters) high and weigh on average between 12-14 tons. There about 900 of them scattered throughout the island.
So take a ride with us in 360 to visit some of those sights. In this video we will take on a quick tour along the southern coast of Easter island with a stop at Rano Raraku, a volcano that became the massive monoliths production site. From there we will take you to Ahu Tongariki, the biggest and most impressive monument comprised of 15 mighty megalith statues. Absolutely amazing!