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It is believed that these sites were used as a shelter

This place is situated on the west coast of the island. It is believed that these sites were used as a shelter. I was lucky to find one nice, eccentric guide in Hanga Roa, who accompanied me to the cave. The truth is that I doubt that everything she told me was true but she made the tour enjoyable. Her name is Katherine.
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Ana te pahu (cave of the bananas), a surprise !!

Easter Island is also known for its caves, not only close to the cliffs, but also inside. On the way from Akivi and Ahu Ahu Tepeu, going with the car he had rented in Hanga Roa, I noticed a sign that said Ana Te Pahu. I admit that I had no idea what he meant, but I parked on the shoulder and I got to watch. It was a field with a few cows looking curiously, as if they had seen anyone there in life, but another poster warned that because I was next to a place that was so strange name. Leaving aside the cows saw a hole in the ground with lots of greenery but enough room to pass. It was a cave with several outlets and a light that seeped from one of the hits he had from the ceiling. The Cave of the bananas do not require a visit more than ten or fifteen minutes. It's a relatively interesting stopover to / from the coast, although perhaps the most visited and interesting cave on the island is the Cave of the two windows.

Ana te pahu (cueva de los plátanos), toda una sorpresa!!

Isla de Pascua es también conocida por sus cuevas, no sólo próxima a los acantilados, sino también en su interior. De camino entre Ahu Akivi y Ahu Tepeu, yendo con el vehículo que había alquilado en Hanga Roa, me percaté de una señal que decía Ana Te Pahu. Reconozco que no tenía ni la menor idea de lo que se refería, pero aparqué en el arcén y me bajé a mirar. Era un campo con unas cuantas vacas mirando con curiosidad, como si no hubiesen visto a nadie allí en la vida, pero otro cartel advertía que ya me encontraba junto al lugar que respondía a tan extraño nombre. Dejando las vacas un lado vi un agujero en el suelo con mucha vegetación pero suficiente espacio para pasar. Era una cueva con varias salidas y una luz que se colaba desde uno de los accesos que había desde el techo.

La Cueva de los plátanos no requiere una visita mayor a diez o quince minutos. Es una parada intermedia y relativamente interesante desde/hacia la costa, aunque quizás la gruta más visitada e interesante de la isla sea la Caverna de las dos ventanas.
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