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This area is called Swotu Wayä, a sa­cred place of song for the Na’vi. The in­stru­ments are built into a tree’s root struc­ture, cre­at­ing res­o­nant cham­bers. It al­lows guests to com­mu­ni­cate through song with Eywa, the god­dess of the Na’vi. When they play the drums, they get a re­sponse back from her. Also dur­ing the day, a trio of lo­cal per­form­ers plays on the drums and show­cases what the in­stru­ments are ca­pa­ble of do­ing.

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