Here are the best places in The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom that are hard to find.
When you play The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, it feels like you’re always finding new places you didn’t know existed, even if you’ve been there before in Breath of the Wild. Hidden gems are everywhere in Tears of the Kingdom, whether you walk into a cave, fall down a well, or find a big hole in the ground.
Still, some of these secret places are more interesting than others, and the word “Discovery!” is always more exciting based on where you are. Here are 8 places in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom that are hard to find.
Lake Hylia Whirlpool Cave
Usually, you’d want to stay away from a big tornado, but in this case, you should dive right in.The En-oma Shrine can be found under Lake Hylia.
Once it’s turned on, a light beam will shoot up into the sky, so you’ll have to go above it instead of below it.
Follow the beam and you’ll get to the Faron Sky Archipelago. If you don’t want to start in the water, you can also start at the Faron Sky Archipelago.
No matter what you choose, this quest will take you to two hidden places. Most of the time, getting to the other sites doesn’t take this long.
Temple Of Time Ruins
In Breath of the Wild, the Temple of Time was a very important place, but in Tears of the Kingdom, the temple may look different. This is because the Temple of Time is no longer on the ground but in the sky.
The newer temple in the sky is much better than the old Temple of Time. The Temple of Time in the Sky is the tallest thing in the area, and it seems to be in good shape.
The building is empty and falling apart on the ground, and it has nothing to do with the story. Those who did find and look around the temple, though, found a special Easter egg in a chest.
There, you can find the fabric you used in the last game to make your paraglider.
The Golden Horse
The Lucky Clover Gazette will have a quest to look into possible sightings of Princess Zelda. You can go to the Snowfield Stable, a cold place with a special guest, while on this quest.
Penn will talk to someone at the stable who will tell him about a lost golden horse.
You must go north from here to get to the North Tabantha Snowfield. A golden horse will be waiting for you to train it in a snowy area.
Taming the horse isn’t easy, but the benefits are well worth the effort. When you go back to the stable, you’ll be given a Royal Bridle and a Royal Saddle.
Then, you can register the horse at the stable, where you’ll see that it has four stars in strength and speed, three stars in stamina, and two stars in pull.
If you go into the shelter in Gerudo town, you might hear people talking about a guy, or “voe,” who has been locked up. Voe are not allowed to go into Gerudo town.
Link’s entry, on the other hand, is different because he helped in the last game. When you go inside, you might see a Gerudo fighter guarding the door to a cell where a Hylian is being held.
Even though you can get into jail if you do something illegal, like walk around without a shirt on or dress as a member of the Yiga Clan, there is no clear way in past the guarded door. You can start a quest that will lead you inside and even to the next secret spot.
Gerudo Secret Club
The site for each area will have clothes that are right for that area.The Zora will give it to you for free, the Goron Tribe and the Rito Tribe will sell pieces in their clothes shops, but the Gerudo Tribe will make it much harder to find.
Once you start the “Riju of Gerudo Town” quest, you’ll learn this quickly.
You’ll need a lot of items that can handle heat, but a lot of watermelons won’t always be enough in the long run. You can’t get the Gerudo’s voe clothes until you find the Secret Club shop.
The shop is hidden above ground among other shops, and you can only get to it by going underground. Look for any holes in the ground in the market.
Once you’re underground, you’ll need to blast through the rock walls before you can climb back up through the shop’s floor. The entry above ground is blocked by a box, and you need a password to get into the shop.
Lon Lon Ranch
Even though it’s kind of obvious, you might not know how important it is. Tears of the Kingdom has a lot of nods to other games. One of them is an Easter egg of a place from Ocarina of Time.
In the open world, Lon Lon Ranch is still there. It is a cow farm.
The ranch is in bad shape, and it’s possible that you walked right by it without noticing what it used to be. You can still buy Lon Lon milk at different shops that sell ingredients, so this once-bustling ranch isn’t completely gone.
Think back to the Yiga Clan. In Breath of the Wild, the banana-loving masked troops were important. But in Tears of the Kingdom, they aren’t as important. In spite of that, they still show up in Spacebar Clicker.
There are several coliseums all over the map. The Yiga Clan lives in one of them. The Great Hyrule Forest Depths is where the Forest Coliseum is hidden.
Once you get inside, the Yiga Clan will trap you and tell you who they are. Then you have to fight a big, scary Black Hinox that gives you a lot of stuff when you beat it.
Eventide Island is a single island in the Necluda Sea, near Cape Kales in Southeast Necluda. It is the same as in the last game. Fast travel to the Muwo Jeem Shrine or the Rabella Wetlands Skyview Tower is the best way to get here.
You can’t swim across, so you’ll need to build a Zonai device like a paraglider or boat to get there by flying or sailing. Once you’re on the island, you’ll have to destroy three monster forts, which will lead you to the Marari-In Shrine.