- Rano Kau (which includes Orongo)
- Puna Pau (named after the quarry where the Pukao were carved).
- Rano Raraku (named after the quarry where most of the Moai were carved).
- Anakena - Ovahe
- Ahu Akivi
- Costa Norte
- Hanga Roa (Urban Area).
Chile first declared the island to be a National Park in 1935, and on 22nd March 1996 UNESCO designated the island a World heritage site. Park boundaries have since varied on several occasions in order to return land to the islanders.
- ↑ Fischer 2005 Island at the end of the world BY:3n