In The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom, you can visit many places in Hyrule as you go on adventures.
The world of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is divided into eight main areas that are very different from each other, whether it’s because of the weather, the towns, or the people who live there. Every area has its own feel, which makes Hyrule feel full of life and variety.
Even though each part of the world has its own things to offer, some parts of the world leave a stronger memory after you’ve seen them. Their roles in the main story, the people you meet there, and their general appeal all play a part, but which is the best region in all of Hyrule?
Eldin is hot and rocky, so the only people who can live there are the Goron. But in Tears of the Kingdom, the area has cooled down a lot, so Link doesn’t need Fireproof gear to go exploring there.
The Gorons’ way of life, which is mining, is shown by the many holes in the area that are full of ore deposits, even though the air inside them is usually very hot. Link can heal himself when he gets into one of Eldin’s hot springs, two of which are shaped like lizards. Dinraal, the dragon who lives on Eldin, is especially beautiful when he flies around the mountain.
Everywhere you look in Lanayru, there are beautiful waterfalls and lakes that sparkle. Because Lanayru has a lot of water, it was a logical place for the aquatic Zora people to live. They built their kingdom in the northeast part of the area. Zora’s Domain is amazing because it was built with Luminous Stones from the area to look like crystals.
In Tears of the Kingdom, Mipha Court was built to remember Princess Mipha, who died. Her statue guards Zora’s main water source and watches over her people. The goddess Nayru and the dragon Naydra are also connected to the area. Naydra is a helper of the Spring of Wisdom, which is on Mount Lanayru.
The Gerudo area is in the southwest of Hyrule. It is a dry desert that is home to Gerudo Town, the main town of the Gerudo people. Kara Kara Bazaar is an oasis in the middle of a harsh desert. It is a popular place for traders and tourists alike. Link can easily walk around Gerudo Town even though he is a voe. This is because Chief Riju gave him his blessing.
Most of the area around Gerudo Town is empty, but there are a few things that stand out, like the strange statues of heroines, the Gerudo Great Skeleton, and the Yiga Clan’s Hideout. You can rent or catch a sand seal to get across the sandy desert, but be careful, because the dangerous Molduga could knock you off your feet. Even though the places in the Gerudo area are great, it can be hard to get around because there is so much desert, especially if you don’t bring the right clothes.
The Rito people live in the snowy area of Hebra, which is in the northwest corner of Hyrule. Hebra is a hilly area where Link can see a lot of Hyrule’s landscape if he’s ready for the cold weather. Rito Village stands out among the Hebra peaks because it is built in the middle of a lake on a big rock formation. Its music is also a pleasure and a nice break from the harsh, snowy winds that blow in other parts of Hebra.
In Tears of the Kingdom, Kaneli, who used to be an elder in Rito Village, is in charge of the shooting range. This is where you play a minigame where you have to jump through different hoops. The Great Hebra Skeleton, the North Lomei Labyrinth, and the Forgotten Temple are all important parts of Hyrulean history. You can also get into a part of the Forgotten Temple that was closed off before. There, you can see a picture of Hyrule that shows where the geoglyphs are. Hebra is worth seeing because it has beautiful views and a long past.
In Tears of the Kingdom, you start your trip on the ground in Central Hyrule after coming down from the Sky Islands. This is similar to how you enter the area in Breath of the Wild by jumping off the Great Plateau. But Central Hyrule has changed since the last time you were there. Even though Castle Town is still in rubble, there are no more Guardians and Calamity Ganon no longer has control over Hyrule Castle.
Near the castle, there is a place called Lookout Landing that Purah and Robbie use as their base of operations. The Korok Forest is another important place where Link can meet Koroks and the Great Deku Tree. It is north of Central Hyrule, in the Lost Woods. Central Hyrule seems busier than ever now that it is starting to get back to normal after the Calamity.
Necluda is the main place where Hylians live in Hyrule. It is where Kakariko Village and Hateno Village are. In Tears of the Kingdom, Chief Paya is now in charge of Kakariko Village. He is part of the Zonai Survey Team, which is looking into the Ring Ruins.
In Tears of the Kingdom, side quests with the Mayor and the owner of the clothing shop bring Hateno Village even more to life. You can also go back to Link’s house, which Breakout Game makes it sound like he lived in with Princess Zelda before the Upheaval, to find out more about her. Aside from the towns, Necluda’s grassy fields are great places to ride your horse and listen to the soft music.
Akkala’s landforms and plants are unique, with oddly shaped landforms that stick out into the sea and trees with leaves that look like fall. During the Calamity, Hylian troops tried to stop the Guardians from coming to Akkala, but they failed and the citadel there is now in ruins.
Tarrey Town is the center of Akkala. It is a place where people from all over Hyrule live together. Since Breath of the Wild, the village has grown into the area below. It now has a construction site and a track where you can race Zonai vehicles. You can even build and design your own house nearby with Hudson Construction, giving Link a place to live in this lovely area.
Faron has a tropical climate with tall palm trees, cute Dondons, and waterfalls that run into Lake Floria. You can see Lake Floria from Floria Bridge. Breath of the Wild gave hints about the secrets of the Zonai by showing how people in the Faron region built things that looked like dragons and birds.
The Spring of Courage is also in Faron. It is inside a dragon head that was made by Zonai. Lurelin Village is on the edge of Faron, but when Link first gets there, it has been taken over by pirates. After getting rid of the pirates, you can help Bolson rebuild the town. This shows how Link is connected to the people of Hyrule. No other place has the same feel as Faron, thanks to its mysterious ruins and cozy town.