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Rest Spots in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 are locations which can be used as fast travel points, much like any other point of interest or landmark you uncover on the world map.

However, rest spots are doubly useful in that they also provide you with access to cooking, upgrading gems, levelling up with your excess XP, as well as a place to discuss conversation points in order to further along the plot and unlock new side mission paths.

For the most part, rest spots are easy enough to stumble upon as you journey in and around Aionios, but there are also quite a few tricky ones which aren't so easily discovered. In order to aid you in uncovering them all, we've put together this quick guide to every rest spot in the game by region.

Time to set up camp!

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Rest Spot Locations

Aetia Region, Full

Aetia Rest Spots
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1. Battlescar Ferronis Hulk

2. Colony 9 Barracks

3. Colony 9 Canteen

4. Colony Gamma Canteen

5. Cooley Pool Camp

6. Gura Flava Camp

7. Forward Post Camp

8. Hillside Ferronis Hulk

Aetia Region, Upper

Aetia Upper
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1. Ladras Camp

2. Tsang Camp

3. Colony Omega Camp

Elgares Depths

Elgares Depths
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1. Depths Camp

Fornis Region, Full

Fornis Full
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1. Visura Parkland Camp

2. Colony Iota Canteen

3. Bennel Cave Camp

4. Lake Rezzento Camp

5. Colony 4 Barracks

6. Colony 4 Canteen

7. Desert Ferronis Hulk

8. Namba Mound Camp

9. Llyn Nyddwr Camp

10. Colony 30 Canteen

11. Tableland Ferronis Hulk

12. Seilas Terrace Camp

Pentelas Region, Full

Pentalas Full
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1. Generator Control Room

2. Ruins of Seebu Camp

3. Titan Rock Camp

4. Cascade Ferronis Hulk

5. Old Way Camp

6. Colony Tau Canteen

7. Sparkling Pool Camp

8. Engardo Pass Camp

9. Tower Camp

10. Clifftop Ferronis Hulk

Colony Lambda

Colony Lambda
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1. Lambda Shelter

2. Lambda Canteen

Syra Hovering Reefs

Syra Reefs
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1. Colony 11 Canteen

2. The Tap-Dancing Nopon

3. Hovering Reef 2 Camp

Castle 2nd Floor

Castle 2nd Floor
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1. Storage Area #3

Castle 3rd Floor

Castle 3rd Floor
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1. Equipment Storage

Castle 4th Floor

Castle 4th Floor
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1. Upper Water Supply

Cadensia Region, Full

Cadensia Region Full
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1. Sea-Gnawed Camp

2. Inlet Camp

3. Lost Colony Barracks

4. Colony Mu Barracks

5. Sandbar Ferronis Hulk

6. Corne Island Camp

7. Anu Shoals Camp

8. Atoll Ferronis Hulk

9. Hargan Point Camp

10. Vinisog Holm Camp

11. Headwater Camp

Li Garte Prison Camp

Li Garte Prison Camp
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1. Central Cell Canteen

2. Cell No.1

Ascension Grounds

Ascension Grounds
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1. Death's Door

2. Station Breakroom

Origin Interior

Origin Interior
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1. Amplifier Control Room

2. Arsenal Control Room

3. Cabin of the Bravery

4. Upper Storage Tower

5. Supply Storage #1

City Interior

City Interior
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1. Michiba Canteen

2. City Camp

This article is part of our Xenoblade Chronicles walkthrough and guide series. We'll help you survive your journeys across Aionios with information you'll need to make the most of the game, such as How To Unlock Traversal Skills (Wall Climbing, Rope Sliding, Scree Walking, Hazard Neutralization), How To Unlock And Upgrade All Heroes And Classes, 16 Tips & Tricks We Wish We Knew Before We Started, How To Get Affinity And XP Rewards from Collectopaedia Cards, How To Gain 100% Completion, and How To Unlock The Nopon Coin Xchange.

We'll also let you know where to find Every Rest Spot Location, All Secret Area Locations, Every Ferronis Hulk Location, and All Unique Monster Locations (including Aetia Region Full, Aetia Region Upper & Elgares Depths, Fornis Region, Pentelas Region, Keves Castle Region, Cadensia Region, and Origin Interior), plus All Meal Recipes, Effects & Where To Find Them.

We can also help out with specific sidequests, such as How To Complete The 'Uniting The Seven Nopon' Quest, and How To Complete The Nopon Register Quest, tell you how to makc the most of Chain Attacks and the Soul Hack ability, and offer advice on whether you should play the previous Xenoblade Chronicles games before starting XC3 and how long it takes to beat the game.

And finally, you can check out our review and Where to Buy Xenoblade Chronicles on Nintendo Switch, if for some reason you haven't yet picked up the game!