Necluda Region Shrines List [The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild]


This page contains all the shrines that you can find around the Necluda region. Click the name of each shrine for a full walkthrough on how to finish it.

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Necluda Shrines

Shrine Rune Ability Trial Sheikah Monk Location
Kam Urog Shrine Kam Urog Walk past Fort Hateno. However, this shrine only opens when you’ve solved The Cursed Statue Shrine quest. Speak to Calip in the hut nearby to start the quest. Head up the path into a canyon on the left to find an area full of statues. However, you can only complete this at night. When night hits, spot the statue with glowing eyes. Strike the statue with glowing eyes with an arrow to reveal the shrine.
Myahm Agana Shrine Myahm Agana If you’re looking for this shrine,head to East Necluda. Take a right in Hateno Village. Walk towards the Main Village’s center near Bolson Construction Homes.
Mezza Lo Shrine Mezza Lo Southeast of Lanaryu Tower. Head to the North of Rabia Plain.
Tahno O’Ah Shrine Tahno O’Ah Northeast of the Hateno Research Lab
Dow Na’eh Shrine D’ow Naeh Paraglide into the Lanayru Promenade. After that, enter the hidden cave behind the waterfall. Climb into the cavern from above to make it easier.
Chaas Qeta Shrine Chaas Qeta Head far out into the Necluda Sea. It’s on a tiny island that’s easily visible for Hateno Village. Find a tiny wind boat around Hateno Bay (or Deepback Bay). After that, use a leaf to generate wind, allowing you to steer the boat toward Tenoko Island.
Jitan Sa’mi Shrine Jitan Sa’mi It’s in a cave at the summit of Mt. Lanaryu on the boarders of Hateno.

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