Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom Passeri Greenbelt Cave Chest Location

Vlad Susanu Written by Vlad Susanu
May 18, 2023

Passeri Greenbelt Cave is one of the richest underground landmarks in the Central Hyrule area of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom video game for Nintendo Switch and the closest to Lookout Landing.

The Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom Passeri Greenbelt Cave provides a lot of materials and ingredients Link can use for cooking, as well as a Chest containing a Spiky Spear.

Last but not least, inside the Passeri Cave, you’ll find one of the Bubbulfrogs Link can hunt while looking for Bubbul Gems.

Obviously, the Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom Passeri Cave is protected, but the two Horriblins waiting inside are easy to deal with even early in the game.

Let’s see where to find this rich cave and how to get everything inside.

Where To Find The Passeri Greenbelt Cave In Legend Of Zelda ToTK

In Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom, the Passeri Greenbelt Cave can be found west of Lookout Landing or the first settlement you’ll visit in the Central Hyrule area.

As you can see below, the exact map coordinates are -0528, 0136, 0025.

Passeri Greenbelt Cave is found west of Lookout Landing Village in Central Hyrule area.

When you decide to approach this specific cave, make sure Link has several arrows in his inventory because they’ll help you deal with the Horriblins and the Bubbulfrog on the cave’s walls.

After reaching the entrance, which is close to the road, draw your sword and get ready to hit some of the bats that will come out of the cave the moment you approach it.

Next, remain close to the entrance and check the ceiling to spot the two Horriblins you must deal with. Use one of your bows to hit them so that they fall to the ground, then dispatch them quickly.

By killing the two Horriblins, you’ll unlock the Passeri Greenbelt Cave Chest on a small wooden platform.

Now, grab all the items dropped by the Horriblins before looking for the materials you can obtain through exploration.

How To Get The Passeri Greenbelt Cave Chest

To get all loot in Passeri Greenbelt Cave, start from the entrance and hug the right side wall. Get the Brigthcap mushroom, then the Flower Bomb several steps away.

Move along the wall, and you’ll find 9 Brigthbloom Seeds next to a rock wall you can smash using a blunt weapon.

If you don’t have one, Fuse a stone to one of your melee weapons. Next, smash the wall to reveal a hidden side area where you’ll find the Bubbulfrog.

Shoot an arrow, dispatch the Bubbulfrog, and loot the Bubbul Gem it drops.

Behind the rock wall you'll find the hidden Passeri Greenbelt Cave room and the Bubbulfrog

As you can see above, you can also find a deposit you can smash using the blunt weapon to obtain a Rock Salt and an Opal. Nearby there is also a Hearty Truffle.

After getting these materials, head back to the main cave, but this time hug the left wall from the entrance.

Along this wall, you’ll find a deposit you can smash to get 1 Rock Salt, and several steps away from it, you’ll see 3 Brigthbloom Seeds.

The Passeri Greenbelt Cave Chest (pictured below) sits on a platform you can reach using the ladder. This Chest unlocks only after you defeat the two Horriblins, and inside it, you’ll find the Spiky Spear.

The Passeri Greenbelt Cave Chest is found on top of a wooden platform in the middle of the cave. Climb the ladder to get it.

Once you loot the Chest, check the wooden platform on the other side of the cave. Under the platform, there are two crates you can smash with the blunt weapon to obtain two arrows.

To get to the platform pictured above, climb the cave’s wall, then drop on it. On this platform, you’ll find:

  • 4 Brigthbloom Seeds
  • 1 Raw Meat
  • 1 Brigthcap
  • 1 Giant Brightbloom Seed

These are all items, materials, and ingredients available in the Legend Of Zelda Tears Of The Kingdom Passeri Greenbelt Cave, so after you get them, feel free to continue your journey across Hyrule.

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