When it comes to moai, this is the motherload. Some 400 have been counted at the quarry of this long-extinct volcano, both on the outer rim and clustered inside the crater. More than 150 are unfinished, some little more than faces in the rock. Among these is El Gigante, a monster measuring 22 meters (72 feet). Also here is Moai Tukuturi, the only moai in a kneeling position; it's thought to predate most others. Look out also for the moai with a three-masted boat carved
on its belly; the anchor is a turtle. CONAF checks but does not sell tickets here. They are sold at the airport upon arrival or at the CONAF office near the Anthropological Museum, paid in dollars. The same ticket gives access to the Orongo ceremonial village as well. It's best to buy your national parks ticket upon arrival at the airport.