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The trip of a lifetime

Travel guide

From mysterious, ancient ruins to neon-lit cityscapes, right through to beach resorts surrounded by soda-pop seas, Super Mario Odyssey has it all! Take a look at some of the highlights below.

Metro Kingdom

New Donk City

The cutting-edge metropolis that never sleeps

Metro Kingdom

New Donk City

The cutting-edge metropolis that never sleeps

Tips for visitors

  • 1. Take time to explore the futuristic city that owes its rapid development to Power Moons.
  • 2. The people can be a little too serious for their own good, but if you see an open door, it means you're welcome.
  • 3. Street festivals are held from time-to-time – don’t miss out on the fun.

New Donk City is home to some of the world's leading companies, and is known for its soaring skyscrapers. Visitors should make time for the magnificent views of the city at night from the roof of the City Hall, known as the Million-Coin View. Just be warned that it's always crawling with tourists...

(Please note that construction work is underway at the City Hall, so it might be better to head to one of the neighbouring buildings instead.)

The people here all dress in formal attire, and they can come off as being a bit cold. During the city's lively street festivals though, they let their hair down and couldn't be more welcoming, eager for visitors to join in the fun and see their city at its best! Be sure to check in advance to see when the next festival is taking place.

Traveller’s log

I was passing the City Hall when, who should I see but Mayor Pauline! I'd only ever seen her on the cover of magazines before, but there she was, large as life! And she was happy for me to snap a picture with her! I'll always treasure it.

Sand Kingdom

Tostarena

A picturesque town surrounded by desert dunes and ancient ruins

Sand Kingdom

Tostarena

A picturesque town surrounded by desert dunes and ancient ruins

Tips for visitors

  • 1. Enjoy exploring the bright and breezy desert town inhabited by cheerful folks.
  • 2. Check out the assortment of ancient monuments, including the breathtaking Inverted Pyramid.
  • 3. Get a closer look at the intricate gem-themed carvings you'll find all over the place. 

The Sand Kingdom is located in the roasting, red-hot desert, where the average temperature is 40⁰C. Intrepid wanderers will find all sorts of ancient ruins here, none more impressive than the extraordinary Inverted Pyramid.

Although it looks like it might crumble at any moment, it still draws in sightseers from far and wide. Legend has it that there is a precious wedding ring concealed somewhere within it…

For visitors eager to investigate the pyramid for themselves, the best place to be based is in the small town of Tostarena. With its colourful buildings and friendly people, it's a welcome oasis amidst the desert heat.

Traveller’s log

The best way to travel around the desert is on board the Jaxi. It’ll keep your feet from touching the scorching sands, but be sure to strap yourself in – it’s a high-speed ride, and not for the faint-hearted!

1. Check the map so you don’t miss anything!

You’ll find all sorts of useful information on the map, so make sure you give it a thorough gander when arriving in a new Kingdom.

1. Check the map so you don’t miss anything!

2. Find local outfits and souvenirs in Crazy Cap

Crazy Cap is a chain of stores specialising in outfits and souvenirs from the local area. The friendly staff are just waiting for you to pay them a visit.

The service is second to none!

The after-sales service at Crazy Cap takes some beating. All of your purchases will be delivered directly to the Odyssey at no extra cost!

Crazy Cappy

3. Capture your favourite moments on film

Snapshot Mode lets you take pictures at any point in your journey. You can put a unique spin on pictures by applying filters, changing the perspective and rotating the image. You’ll be able to share the pictures you’re most proud of on social media *, so why not show everyone else what a great time you’re having?

Discover what amiibo can do!
Metro Kingdom

Tips for visitors

  • 1. Take time to explore the futuristic city that owes its rapid development to Power Moons.
  • 2. The people can be a little too serious for their own good, but if you see an open door, it means you're welcome.
  • 3. Street festivals are held from time-to-time – don’t miss out on the fun.

New Donk City is home to some of the world's leading companies, and is known for its soaring skyscrapers. Visitors should make time for the magnificent views of the city at night from the roof of the City Hall, known as the Million-Coin View. Just be warned that it's always crawling with tourists...

(Please note that construction work is underway at the City Hall, so it might be better to head to one of the neighbouring buildings instead.)

The people here all dress in formal attire, and they can come off as being a bit cold. During the city's lively street festivals though, they let their hair down and couldn't be more welcoming, eager for visitors to join in the fun and see their city at its best! Be sure to check in advance to see when the next festival is taking place.

Traveller’s log

I was passing the City Hall when, who should I see but Mayor Pauline! I'd only ever seen her on the cover of magazines before, but there she was, large as life! And she was happy for me to snap a picture with her! I'll always treasure it.

Sand Kingdom

Tips for visitors

  • 1. Enjoy exploring the bright and breezy desert town inhabited by cheerful folks.
  • 2. Check out the assortment of ancient monuments, including the breathtaking Inverted Pyramid.
  • 3. Get a closer look at the intricate gem-themed carvings you'll find all over the place. 

The Sand Kingdom is located in the roasting, red-hot desert, where the average temperature is 40⁰C. Intrepid wanderers will find all sorts of ancient ruins here, none more impressive than the extraordinary Inverted Pyramid.

Although it looks like it might crumble at any moment, it still draws in sightseers from far and wide. Legend has it that there is a precious wedding ring concealed somewhere within it…

For visitors eager to investigate the pyramid for themselves, the best place to be based is in the small town of Tostarena. With its colourful buildings and friendly people, it's a welcome oasis amidst the desert heat.

Traveller’s log

The best way to travel around the desert is on board the Jaxi. It’ll keep your feet from touching the scorching sands, but be sure to strap yourself in – it’s a high-speed ride, and not for the faint-hearted!