Subnautica: Where Are Each Biome Located?

Biomes in SubnauticaOne thing in Subnautica that can be a little annoying is trying to figure out how the hell to get to everything. Especially considering different biomes are underneath each other and you don’t have markers in every location stating how to get to things. In my instance, I once trying to get back to an island ended up going into the dead zone. Luckily, I didn’t run into any ghost leviathans but it was quite frustrating. So to help you not going in circles for ages trying to find everything, here is a brief map of where all of the biomes are.

As a note the location of each of these biomes is shared by their coordinates, which you will need the debug menu (F1) to find each location specifically. Though I’m not going to mention all the points of interests as I still think there is some fun in the discovery. So this is more a list to help stop some of that frustration of getting to the general area.

  • Blood Kelp Zone: -988 -379 -546, 150 – 675 meters (Trench) and 200 – 580 meters (Northern).
    • Blood Kelp Caves: 285-675 meters
  • Bulb Zone: 1251 -215 606, 140 – 480 meters
    • Bulb Zone Caves: 220-315 meters
  • Crag Field: 52.0 -309.3 -1433.3, 125 – 460 meters
  • Crash Zone: 725 -53 163, 0 – 370 meters
  • Dead Zone: 2000 2000 2000 (any direction), 0 – 3000 meters
  • Dunes: -1511 -336 294, 65-400 meters
    • Dunes Caves: 400-420 meters
  • Grand Reef: -375 -203 -729, 150-480 meters
    • Deep Grand Reef: -640 -490 -940, 425-630 meters
    • Grand Reef Caves: 120-410 meters
  • Grassy Plateaus: 692 -101 -48, 50-170 meters
    • Grassy Plateaus Caves: 120-175 meters
  • Kelp Forest: -306 -51 -57, 0-160 meters
    • Kelp Forest Caves: 90-170 meters
  • Mountains: 1090 -265 1215, 0-500 meters
  • Mushroom Forest: 650 -170 480, 75 – 250 meters (Northwestern) and 125 – 200 meters (Northeastern)
  • Safe Shallows: 20 -10 300, 0-80 meters
    • Jellyshroom Cave: 180-300 meters
  • Sea Treader’s Path: 1083 -190 -735, 170-360 meters
  • Sparse Reef: -684 -221 -686, 40-310 meters
    • Deep Sparse Reef: -808, -298, -873, 210-290 meters
  • Underwater Islands: -102 -179 860, 35-500 meters
  • Floating Island: -662 2 -1050, Above Sea Level
  • Mountain Island: 340 61 903, Above Sea Level
  • Inactive Lava Zone: 900-1300 meters
  • Lava Lakes: 200 -1440 -222, 1300-1700 meters
  • Lost Rivers: 550-1000 meters
    • Bone Fields Caves: 610-710 meters

Subnautica MapLove ya,

Mae Polzine

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