Stop Visiting These Places: You're Ruining Them

The Draw: The Polynesian speck of an island, 2,200 miles west of Chile, is home to 887 colossal statues, or moai, chiseled out of volcanic rock—the largest is 30 feet tall and weighs over 70 tons. 
 Why you shouldn't go: More than 50,000 tourists, eleven times the number of residents, flock to this remote island—just 10 by 15 miles in size.

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