As at Ahu Vinapu, the tightly fitting stones at the unrestored Ahu Te Peu recall the best work of the Incas. The foundations for several boat-shape houses, including one that measures 40 meters (131 feet) from end to end, are clearly visible. From here you can begin the six-hour trail-less hike around the island's northern coast to Playa Anakena. CONAF (national parks service) recommends a guide, and you may walk past many of the archaeological sites if you do not have one.
Past Ana Te Pahu on gravel road branching north from paved road to Playa Anakena, Easter Island, 2770000, Chile