Head Count There are nearly 900 stone moai on Easter, scattered all over the island. Most of the sculptures are nearly identical, although there are variations. The most impressive site is around Rano Raraku, the volcanic crater on the eastern end of the island. All the moai were carved there, and nearly 400 still lie around in various stages of completion. At Ahu Tongariki, on Easter's southeast side, 15 moai stand with their backs to the sea. Other moai gathering spots include Ahu Akivi (seven moai on a hillside, all facing the water); Ahu Nau Nau (seven standing moai at Anakena, four with red topknots); and Ahu Ko Te Riku (one large moai with a topknot ¿ the only one whose eyes have been restored). Technically, there is a $10 entry fee covering all island archaeological sites, but Orongo is the only collection station. Ante up ¿ you'll feel better, and the park can use the support.