Ana Te Pora
Ana Te Pora
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Sachin K
New York City, NY6,507 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 • Family
Ana Te Pora is a medium-sized cave, located in the vicinity of a cliff on the northwest coast of Easter Island . It forms part of the great system of caves of the sector known like Roiho, whose greater exponent is the cave of Ana Te Pahu. Exploring through this entire cave needs a good degree of physical fitness. Would certainly very highly recommend exploring this long cave with a local tour guide and by having flashlights on the head as certain parts of the cave are extremely dark.
Written November 25, 2020
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Robert D
37 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2019 • Solo
This small cave has a table in the middle and beds built along the walls. The only cave on Rapa Nui I know of with built-in 'furniture.
Written March 20, 2019
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Aelita_9
Zurich, Switzerland30 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2016 • Solo
I arrived there riding a horse. It was already very andventurous. WE went into the small hole which was enrolling into a fantastic dark, narrow cave. Suddenly we saw a light and in 2 mins were sitting on the edge of the cave overseeing the ocean. Unforgettable.
Written January 13, 2017
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jandc8491
Wilmington, DE1,251 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
I visited Easter Island with family. I wanted to visit here to see the results of the ancient lava tube. It’s not as impressive as the ones I saw on the Big Island in Hawaii, but it’s worth a visit. In a few places, the top of the cave is exposed to daylight. There are some dark parts in the cave. Be sure to bring a flashlight. Don’t brush your clothes against the sides of the cave, or you’ll have to clean some mud off later.
Written January 1, 2020
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CD
United States99 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Friends
This is a relatively large and open cave which should not intimidate many tourists. It's worth a stop if you are already planning a route through that area.
Written August 3, 2016
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EfficientTrvlr
London, UK315 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2016 • Couples
We visited Ana Te Pora as part of an afternoon exploring the Western coast of the island with our rental car and on foot. After driving to visit Ana Te Pahu and Ana Te Peu, we parked our car and hiked on down the rutted track towards the coast. We easily spotted the sign marking Ana Te Pora and found the entrance relatively easily. It is a small but beautiful cave and really gives you a feel for what living in these caves must have been like. If you are feeling agile (and we were), you can climb out at the far end of the cave from where you entered (you will see the light) but it needs a bit of scrambling. Not worth visting on its own, but if you are headed to Ana Kakenga, worth a stop.
Written March 31, 2016
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Isabelle B
Jerusalem, Israel36 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2016 • Friends
nice walk to arrive to the cave

enter from one point and with a flash light t try to find

the exit which is not so far

the experiment is enjoyable
Written March 8, 2016
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