With so many places to visit in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, it's easy to miss some. Make sure you won't miss Kakariko Village!
As so many other places in Tears of the Kingdom, Kakariko Village first appeared in Breath of the Wild and can be revisited in Tears of the Kingdom. But as many other places, there have been some changes.
Kakariko Village is now the place to go for the Zonai Survey Team due to the ring-shaped ruins that appeared out of nowhere. So if you're curious or just want to revisit a place from Breath of the Wild you enjoyed, we'll tell you where to find it.
Where To Find Kakariko Village
There are different ways for you to get to Kakariko Village, you'd maybe miss if you're not looking for it. Kakariko is located in the south-southeastern parts of Hyrule, so if you're in Hyrule Field, it's to the east, between the Lanayru Westlands to the north and West Necluda to the south.
You can follow the roads from Lookout Landing to the east until you've crossed Hylia River, and head slightly south-east from there on. The easiest way to get there is to use the Sahasra Slope Skyview Tower from where you can launch yourself into the air and glide in a northeastern direction, straight to Kakariko Village. You'll find it with the coordinates 1808, 0984, 0113.
Sightseeing in Kakariko Village
Of course, the majority of quests in Kakariko evolve around the ring-shaped ruins and their investigation. So they're sure worth a visit! But Kakariko Village has a few side quests ready for you besides their new point of interest.
- If you're out there, visiting sights and want to have your switch with you, protect it with this stylish Protection Case!
Don't miss the general stores, the inn and the armor shop. Inside the general store you'll find Trissa, who has a quest for you. If your style of playing the game involves a lot of stealthy sneaking, the Stealth Armor in the armor shop could be interesting for you.
Unfortunately, this armor is a little bit overpriced. To solve that issue, you'll need to help Claree's sick grandma – thankfully, there is a cure for her sickness.
As you can see, there's plenty to do in Kakariko Village, so be sure to visit it!
To avoid getting sick like Claree's grandma, you should know this:
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