Easter Island’s Moai statues


Known by most travelers as simply that place with the odd looking statues, Easter Island is a World Heritage Site located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean.


Easter Island is one of the world’s most secluded inhabited islands. The triangular shaped locale is roughly 15 miles long and 7.6 miles wide.


Weather at Easter Island is often warm since it is located in a subtropical environment. The record low temperature was registered in July and August at 64 degrees Fahrenheit while the hottest day on record was in February at a humid 82 degrees Fahrenheit.


The biggest tourist attraction on Easter Island is course the Moai. The 887 statues are scattered about the island and in museums. It is believed that they were carved anywhere between 1,100-1,680 CE.


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