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Alola アローラ地方
Alola region
Alola USUM artwork.png
Artwork of the Alola region from Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
Introduction Pokémon Sun and Moon
Professor Professor Kukui
Starter Pokémon Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio
Regional Villains Team Skull
Team Rainbow RocketUSUM
Pokémon League Alola League
League Location Mount Lanakila (games)
Manalo Stadium (anime)
Pokédex List Alola Pokédex
 (Sun and Moon)
 (Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon)
Series Sun & Moon
Season(s) Sun & Moon (20)
Ultra Adventures (21)
Ultra Legends (22)
Generation VII
Games Sun and Moon
Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
Adventures Debut
In-game map of the Alola region from Sun and Moon
In-game map of the Alola region from Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Alola (Japanese: アローラ地方 Alola-chihō) is a region of the Pokémon world. It is the setting of Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon. It was the seventh main series region to be introduced.

The Alola region is made up of four natural islands and one artificial island: Melemele Island, Akala Island, Ula'ula Island, Poni Island, and Aether Paradise. It is a popular resort destination and attracts a lot of tourists from other regions. In Alola, humans and Pokémon coexist in a very close relationship, and a culture has developed that is different from other regions.

Etymology and design concept


According to Shigeru Ohmori, the name "Alola" is meant to incorporate a meaning of a land that overflows with life force and supports various forms of life.[1] The name may come from ola, Hawaiian for life, and the traditional Hawaiian greeting aloha.

Design concept

Main article: Pokémon world in relation to the real world → Alola

Alola is based on Hawaii, an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean and a state of the United States.[2][3]


Dated history

  • c. 500 years prior to the events of Pokémon Sun and Moon, the guardian deities fought against Solgaleo and Lunala.
  • c. 500 years prior to the events of Pokémon Sun and Moon, Magearna was built and presented to a king's daughter.

Contemporary history

Elio/Selene leaves his/her home on Route 1 on a Pokémon journey three months after moving to the Alola region from Kanto. He/she receives his/her starter Pokémon from Hala and meets Lillie and Hau. Elio/Selene receives a Z-Ring at the festival inaugurating his/her island challenge, consisting of seven trials and four grand trials in order to become the island challenge champion. Along his/her journey, he/she encounters a group called Team Skull, whose members are misfits who failed the island challenge and aim to cause trouble, as well as another group called the Aether Foundation, whose goal is to cure hurt Pokémon. After defeating the leader of Team Skull, Guzma, at the Shady House, Elio/Selene travel to Aether Paradise, where he/she battles Lusamine, the president of the Aether Foundation. Lusamine opens Ultra Wormholes across Alola and enters one with Guzma. Elio/Selene and Lillie evolve Nebby into SolgaleoS/LunalaM at the Altar of the SunneS/Altar of the MooneM and travel into Ultra Space, where Elio/Selene battles Lusamine again and bring her and Guzma back to Alola. Elio/Selene catches SolgaleoS/LunalaM after Lillie tells it that she isn't a Trainer. Elio/Selene climbs Mount Lanakila to its summit, the newly opened Pokémon League, where he/she defeats the Elite Four, becoming the first Champion of Alola. A festival is held in Iki Town, and Lillie brings Elio/Selene to the Ruins of Conflict to battle Tapu Koko. The next day, Lillie leaves for Kanto to help her mother. The International Police contact Elio/Selene to investigate and catch the Ultra Beasts unleashed across Alola.

Cities, routes, and other locations

Alola has nine cities and towns, and a Pokémon League. Like in Unova and Kalos, the routes of Alola start counting again from 1, likely to represent its geographical isolation from the original four regions. There are 17 routes in total.

In the anime, it was shown that Alola was far enough away from Kanto (and presumably Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh) to require flying between the two locations via airplane.


The Alola region has a total population of 392SM, including all towns, cities, and other areas.

Cities and towns

Map City/Town Population Description
Iki Town SM.png Iki Town 18SM An old town where traditions have been passed on for generations. The villagers here are close with Tapu Koko.
Hau'oli City.png Hau'oli City 107SM Beachfront: A popular spot where locals like to gather. Even people from other towns come to Hau'oli City to visit this beach.
Shopping District: The bustling center of the city, where you can get everything from fashion items to popular treats to eat.SM
The center of the city, where more and more people have become fashion conscious to take commemorative photos.USUM
Marina: A harbor where you can set out for the other islands. It's visited by many people and boats.
Heahea City SM.png Heahea City 68SM Considered the "front door" to Akala Island, this town's residents treasure visitors and welcome them most warmly.
Paniola Town SM.png Paniola Town 16SM A town located in the middle of Akala Island and surrounded by ranch land and pastures for grazing.
Konikoni City SM.png Konikoni City 44SM The large gateway at the entrance gives a unique impression. This is a city of merchants, where you find lots of shops.SM
This is a city of merchants, where you find lots of shops and even a photo club, beyond the gate at the entrance.USUM
Malie City SM.png Malie City 68SM A city with an obvious Eastern influence in its design. The architecture is distinctive here.
Outer Cape: A cape famous for its Recycling Plant. The plant is co-managed by people and Pokémon.
Tapu Village SM.png Tapu Village 13SM The remains of a village said to have been destroyed by the island's tapu when the people roused its anger.
Po Town USUM.png Po Town 23SM A town barricaded with tall walls that seem to reach the sky. It is occupied by Team Skull.
Seafolk Village SM.png Seafolk Village 24SM The village of a wandering people who live on ships. They all seem to love living free and unfettered.
Pokémon League SM.png Pokémon League 11SM The place where the most powerful Trainer in the Alola region will be decided. Coming soon!


Map Landmark Description
Mahalo Trail SM.png Mahalo Trail A mountainous trail that leads to the sacred ruins. The cool air up here is very soothing on the skin.
Hau'oli Cemetery USUM.png Hau'oli Cemetery The people and Pokémon on Melemele Island share their lives, and here they have also shared their graves for generations.
Berry fields USUM.png Berry fields A Berry field with soft soil. It is the pride and joy of the local Berry master.
Verdant Cavern SM.png Verdant Cavern A cave with a great variety of plants thriving inside it. The light shafting in from above makes for a breathtaking sight.
Melemele Meadow SM.png Melemele Meadow A place where yellow flowers bloom in abundance. You can gather the nectar Oricorio loves to feed on here.
Seaward Cave SM.png Seaward Cave A cave that connects Melemele Meadow and Kala'e Bay. It is filled with salty smell of the sea.
Kala'e Bay SM.png Kala'e Bay One of the most scenic spots on Melemele Island. It was chosen as one of the top 100 views in Alola.
Ten Carat Hill SM.png Ten Carat Hill A great hill formed by the activity of an underwater volcano. It is famous for the hollow in its middle that is open to the air.
Paniola Ranch SM.png Paniola Ranch The ranch managed together by the people and Pokémon living in Paniola Town.
Brooklet Hill SM.png Brooklet Hill The best fishing spot in the Alola region. Its series of cascading waterfalls make it look like a terrace field.
Melemele Sea SM.png Melemele Sea This sea is crowded with Melemele islanders, local Pokémon, and visiting tourists all year round.
Royal Avenue SM.png Royal Avenue A major street that has developed so much thanks to the Battle Royal Dome being on it, making it look like a city street.
Wela Volcano Park SM.png Wela Volcano Park A mountain with steep paths and waste lands. There is a trial site on top.
Lush Jungle SM.png Lush Jungle A heavily wooded tropical rain forest. It's famous for producing ingredients for delicious meals.
Diglett's Tunnel SMUSUM.png Diglett's Tunnel Diglett and people worked together to finish digging this tunnel several years ago.
Memorial Hill USUM.png Memorial Hill A place where the memories of people and Pokémon linger. Many people come from other islands to visit this graveyard.
Akala Outskirts SMUSUM.png Akala Outskirts A grassy stretch along Akala's southern-most coast. It leads from Memorial Hill to the Ruins of Life.
Ruins of Life SM.png Ruins of Life The ruins that enshrine Tapu Lele, one of the land spirits. It is said that life is born here.
Hano Grand Resort SM.png Hano Grand Resort The biggest of all the resorts in the Alola region. The hotel is fully booked a year in advance.
Hano Beach SM.png Hano Beach The beach near Hano Grand Hotel at the Hano Grand Resort. Pyukumuku-chucking is a popular part-time job to do here.
Aether Paradise.png Aether Paradise A VLFS or a "very large floating structure." This is where the Aether Foundation's research facilities are.
Malie Garden SM.png Malie Garden A well-manicured garden located in the middle of Malie City. The large lake within it seems to resemble something...
Mount Hokulani SM.png Mount Hokulani A mountain suitable for observing the stars. There is an observatory on top.
Hokulani Observatory SMUSUM.png Hokulani Observatory A research facility for observing and studying various phenomena in space.
Blush Mountain SM.png Blush Mountain The mountain where the Geothermal Power Plant is situated. Its output covers almost all of Ula'ula Island's electric needs.
Secluded Shore SM.png Secluded ShoreSM
Ula'ula BeachUSUM
A small patch of shore on the southern coast of Ula'ula Island. A rather isolated and unwelcoming place.SM
A beach that spreads on the southern coast of Ula'ula Island. A very popular and busy place for Mantine Surf.USUM
Aether House SM.png Aether House Where Pokémon and people huddle together.
Thrifty Megamart Abandoned Site SMUSUM.png Thrifty Megamart (Abandoned Site) The original site of the first Thrifty Megamart store. It is said to have been destroyed by the island's tapu.
Haina Desert Area 1 SMUSUM.png Haina Desert A scorching-hot desert beyond Route 13. Trainers often get lost here in this broiling labyrinth.
Ruins of Abundance SMUSUM.png Ruins of Abundance The ruins that enshrine Tapu Bulu, one of the land spirits. It is said that life grows here.
Ula'ula Meadow SM.png Ula'ula Meadow A place where red flowers bloom in abundance. You can gather the nectar Oricorio loves to feed on here.
Lake of the Sunne Moone SMUSUM.png Lake of the Moone A place that seems to have some connection to the Alola's Legendary Pokémon. The lake forms a perfect circle.
Lake of the Sunne Moone SMUSUM.png Lake of the Sunne A place that seems to have some connection to the Alola's Legendary Pokémon. The lake forms a perfect circle.
Shady House SMUSUM.png Shady House A mansion abandoned by a certain rich citizen. People sometimes call it the "Shady Chateau," too.
Poni Wilds SM.png Poni Wilds The entrance to Poni Island. It connects to Seafolk Village.
Ancient Poni Path SM.png Ancient Poni Path An old path that leads to Vast Poni Canyon. Some people and Pokémon still try to live in the ruins here, but not many.
Poni Breaker Coast SM.png Poni Breaker Coast The southern coast of Poni Island, where rough waves pound mercilessly upon the shore.
Ruins of Hope SM.png Ruins of Hope The ruins that enshrine Tapu Fini, one of the land spirits. It is said that life ends its journey here.
Exeggutor Island SM.png Exeggutor Island It's a paradise for Exeggutor! This island is designated as a special preserve.
Vast Poni Canyon SM.png Vast Poni Canyon The most challenging path on Ula'ula Island. The ups and downs of this canyon are beyond any other.
Altar of the Sunne SMUSUM.png Altar of the Sunne An altar that is said to be closely associated with the Legendary Pokémon depicted in the local folklore.
Altar of the Moone SMUSUM.png Altar of the Moone An altar that is said to be closely associated with the Legendary Pokémon depicted in the local folklore.
Mount Lanakila SM.png Mount Lanakila The roughest and coldest mountain in the Alola region. A large-scale construction project has been taken up here.
Ruins of Conflict SMUSUM.png Ruins of Conflict The ruins that enshrine Tapu Koko, one of the land spirits. It is said that life is tested here.
Poni Grove SM.png Poni Grove A natural path that winds among the many trees. It leads to the eastern side of Poni Island.
Poni Plains SM.png Poni Plains The plains that lead to the northern part of Poni Island. There is also a path connecting to Poni Meadow from here.
Poni Meadow SM.png Poni Meadow A place where purple flowers bloom in abundance. You can gather the nectar Oricorio loves to feed on here.
Resolution Cave SM.png Resolution Cave A cave that leads deep, deep down under the ground. How it got the name "resolution" is not known.
Poni Coast SMUSUM.png Poni Coast The north-eastern coast of Poni Island, where the clarity of the water makes it a popular view spot.
Poni Gauntlet SM.png Poni Gauntlet A difficult path that leads to the Battle Tree. It's full of tough Trainers.
Battle Tree SM.png Battle Tree The sacred battle grounds for the toughest Trainers of the Alola region.
Sun Moon Poké Pelago artwork.png Poké Pelago
Sun Moon Festival Plaza artwork.png Festival Plaza
Big Wave Beach USUM.png Big Wave Beach A beach with huge waves. It's located near a motel. It's one of the Mantine Surf Spots.
Sandy Cave USUM.png Sandy Cave The vast sea spreads, and various Pokémon live among rocks.
Heahea Beach USUM.png Heahea Beach A bustling beach connecting to Heahea City. It's one of the Mantine Surf Spots.
Pikachu Valley USUM.png Pikachu Valley Electric paradise.
Dividing Peak Tunnel USUM.png Dividing Peak Tunnel
Poni Beach USUM.png Poni Beach A beach on Poni Island with an abundance of nature. It's one of the Mantine Surf Spots.
Plains Grotto USUM.png Plains Grotto
Team Rocket's Castle USUM.png Team Rocket's Castle

Anime-exclusive locations

Picture Location Description
Aina's Kitchen.png Aina's Kitchen A cafeteria located on Melemele Island. It is run by Abe with help from his daughter Mallow and is a popular place to eat.
Alola TV Station.png Alola TV The main television production and broadcasting hub in the Alola region over the past 55 years.
Bamboo Hill.png Bamboo Hill A hill on Melemele Island that serves as a camping site and contains bamboo trees.
150px Bewear's den The secret base of Team Rocket, located in a hollowed-out tree found within the dense forests of Melemele Island.
Clawmark Hill.png Clawmark Hill A mountain located near Professor Kukui's house on Melemele Island where wild Pokémon spar at night.
Manalo Stadium.png Manalo Stadium A stadium built by the Aether Foundation, located in the ocean near Aether Paradise. It was built specifically to host the Alola League Conference.
150px Oranguru's place A café found in a forest on Melemele Island. It is run by an Oranguru who supplies drinks to customers and listens to them as they vent any problems that they have.
150px Pokémon Paradise Resort A hot spring resort on Akala Island where both humans and Pokémon can relax.
Pokémon School.png Pokémon School A school on Melemele Island where Trainers of varying ages meet to improve themselves. Samson Oak is the principal.
Starfall Hill.png Starfall Hill A hill located atop Mount Hokulani on Ula'ula Island. It is known for the large amount of Minior that fall down there from space.
Treasure Island.png Treasure Island An island located near Melemele Island, which is home to many wild Pokémon.
Viren Stadium.png Viren Stadium A stadium on Melemele Island built by Viren to host Pokémon Base matches and Viren's own Pokémon Base team.
Viren Tower.png Viren Tower A tower on Melemele Island built by Viren, who records his own tv programmes such as Viren Shopping Network (Japanese: ブルガンショッピング Bourgain Shopping) here.

Manga-exclusive locations

Picture Location Manga Description
150px Poni Altar Adventures An amalgamation of the games' Altar of the Sunne and Altar of the Moone. It is a stone altar associated with the light trio.



Alola's main islands in the anime
Aether Paradise in the anime

The Alola region consists of four main islands, Melemele Island, Akala Island, Ula'ula Island, Poni Island; and one artificial island, Aether Paradise, which is described as a "Very Large Floating Structure" or VLFS. It is not possible to Surf, or, for that matter, use the Poké Ride's Lapras Paddle or Sharpedo Jet between the islands; those wishing to do so must take boats or the Poké Ride's Charizard Glide. All four islands are to an extent forested and mountainous; most of the cities and towns are on the coastlines, with notable exceptions being Iki Town and Paniola Town. Routes are relatively developed here compared to other regions, with several of them having their own Pokémon Centers in addition to residential buildings.

Melemele Island to the northwest, while steeped in nature, has the least extreme environments, and is home to Alola's largest settlement, Hau'oli City. Its routes gently slope up towards the center of the island to form a gradual mountain, on top of which are the Ruins of Conflict. It is notable for Ten Carat Hill, which was formed out of an underwater volcano and has an open-air hollow in the middle, itself resembling a volcano.

Akala Island, to the northeast, contains Alola's only active volcano, Wela Volcano Park, and has the most settlements of the four islands. It boasts several huge resort hotels, all in Heahea City, one of which has its own beach and golf course. It is notable for Brooklet Hill, whose cascading waterfalls give off the impression of a terrace field.

Ula'ula Island to the southeast is the largest of Alola's islands, and also the most varying in terms of weather and terrain, which is significantly rougher. For such a large island, it has few settlements; one is an abandoned town while another is in ruins and contains just a Pokémon Center. These all sit in the shadow of what is essentially a contiguous mountain range in the heart of the island, which boasts not just three mountains, but also a harsh desert. Towards the southwest is a lagoon with breakable rocks that the Sharpedo Jet can break through.

Poni Island, to the southwest, is more sparsely populated, having only one settlement; and, similar to the Battle Zone in Sinnoh, is full of rugged and harsh environments. The island is mostly mountainous and rocky in part due to the sprawling canyon - which is in itself described as a natural trial site - that takes up over half the island's space, although the coastline areas are more level.

Aether Paradise, in stark contrast to the natural islands, is strikingly modern, with a huge building in the center that serves as both the main area and the headquarters of its owners, the Aether Foundation. Behind this building is a sprawling mansion that serves as the office and residence of its head.


Similar to Hoenn, Alola seems to have a warmer climate than in other regions, implying an equatorial climate; Hawaii, which Alola is based on, experiences such climate. However, Mount Lanakila, Alola's highest point, constantly experiences snow and hail, due to its high altitude.

Apart from that, the islands experience a wide variety of weather conditions, especially on Ula'ula Island, which alone is afflicted with not only harsh sun and extreme sandstorm in the desert near its center, but also snow and hail from the aforementioned Mount Lanakila. Frequent rain falls on its northern side, as well as on the northwestern side of Akala Island, where a thriving rainforest grows.

These environmental conditions are reflected in its Pokémon, some of which have adapted to the environmental conditions in different ways; for example, Exeggutor is five times as tall here due to the abundant sunlight.


Due to the unique environmental pressures, a number of Pokémon species that appear in Alola have regional variants known as Alola Forms that have different properties to elsewhere in the Pokémon world. For example, in Alola Vulpix moved to snowy mountain peaks to avoid the normal habitats of other Pokémon, and adapted to their new environment by becoming Ice-type.

Island challenge

Main article: Island challenge

The island challenge is a rite of passage in the Alola region consisting of trials on each of Alola's four main islands. Each trial has a Trial Captain who provides guidance to Trainers undertaking a trial. At the end of each trial, Trainers must face a Totem Pokémon in an SOS Battle. The final trial on each island is called the grand trial, where the Trainer must battle the Island Kahuna. The goal of those taking the island challenge is to become the strongest Trainer, known as the island challenge champion.

Captains and Totem Pokémon

Melemele Island

Melemele Island
Generation VII Region: Alola
Trial Captain
Type Totem Pokémon Ally Pokémon
イリマ Ilima
Verdant Cavern
Verdant Cavern
Dream Normalium Z Sprite.png
Alolan Raticate
Alolan RaticateMUM
Alolan Rattata
Alolan RattataMUM

Akala Island

Akala Island
Generation VII Region: Alola
Trial Captain
Type Totem Pokémon Ally Pokémon
スイレン Suiren
Brooklet Hill
Brooklet Hill
Dream Waterium Z Sprite.png
(School Form)SM
Wishiwashi and AlomomolaSM
Dewpider and MasquerainUSUM
カキ Kaki
Wela Volcano Park
Wela Volcano Park
Dream Firium Z Sprite.png
Alolan Marowak
Alolan MarowakUSUM
マオ Mao
Lush Jungle
Shade Jungle
Dream Grassium Z Sprite.png
Trumbeak and CastformSM
Comfey and KecleonUSUM

Ula'ula Island

Ula'ula Island
Generation VII Region: Alola
Trial Captain
Type Totem Pokémon Ally Pokémon
マーマネ Mamane
Hokulani Observatory
Hōkūlani Observatory
Dream Electrium Z Sprite.png
Charjabug ×2SM
Skarmory and DedenneUSUM
アセロラ Acerola
Thrifty Megamart (Abandoned Site)
スーパー・メガやす 跡地
Supermarket Megacheap (Abandoned Site)
Dream Ghostium Z Sprite.png
Haunter and GengarSM
Banette and JellicentUSUM

Poni Island

Poni Island
Generation VII Region: Alola
Trial Captain
Type Totem Pokémon Ally Pokémon
None Vast Poni Canyon
Great Canyon of Poni
Dream Dragonium Z Sprite.png
Hakamo-o and ScizorSM
Noivern and ScizorUSUM
マツリカ Matsurika
NoneSM Dream Fairium Z Sprite.png
NoneSM NoneSM
Seafolk Village
Seafolk Village
Blissey and PelipperUSUM

Island Kahunas

Island Kahunas
Generation VII Region: Alola
Island Kahuna
Island Location
ハラ Hala
Melemele Trial Completion.png
Melemele Island
Iki Town
Liliʻi Town
Dream Fightinium Z Sprite.png
ライチ Lychee
Akala Trial Completion.png
Akala Island
Ruins of Life
Ruins of Life
Dream Rockium Z Sprite.png
クチナシ Kuchinashi
Ula'ula Trial Completion.png
Ula'ula Island
Malie City
Malie City
Dream Darkinium Z Sprite.png
ハプウ Hapū
Poni Trial Completion.png
Poni Island
Vast Poni CanyonSM
Great Canyon of Poni
Dream Groundium Z Sprite.png
Exeggutor IslandUSUM
Nassy Island

Alola League

Main article: Alola League

A Pokémon League for the Alola region was developed on top of Mount Lanakila by Professor Kukui only recently. As a result, the Alola League has no Pokémon Champion. Instead, in Sun and Moon, after defeating the Elite Four, the player must battle Kukui, the founder of the league, in order to formally attain the title of Alola's first Pokémon League Champion. In Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, the player battles their rival Hau instead.

Elite Four

Alola League
Generation VII
ハラ HalaSM
マーレイン MulleinUSUM
Fighting Steel
VSOlivia 2 USUM.png
ライチ Lychee
アセロラ Acerola
VSKahili USUM.png
カヒリ Kahili


Alola in Sun and Moon

See also

In other languages

Language Name Origin
French, German,
Italian, Spanish,
Portuguese, Dutch,
Swedish, Danish,
Norwegian, Finnish,
Polish, Czech,
Romanian, Turkish,
Alola From its Japanese and English name
Greek Αλόλα Alola Transcription of its English name
Korean 알로라 Alola Transliteration of its Japanese name
Chinese (Mandarin) 阿羅拉 / 阿罗拉 Āluólā Transliteration of its Japanese name
Chinese (Cantonese) 阿羅拉 Alòhlāai
Hebrew אלולה Alola Transcription of its English name
Russian Алола Alola Transcription of its English name
Thai อโลลา Alola Transliteration of its Japanese name


Regions in the Pokémon world
Core series Kanto (Sevii Islands) • JohtoHoenn
Galar (Isle of ArmorCrown Tundra)
Side series Orre
Anime Orange ArchipelagoDecolore Islands
Spin-off games FioreAlmiaObliviaPokémon IslandMintale Town
Ryme CityPasioRanseiFerrumLental
Mystery Dungeon worldPokéParkTCG Islands
Carmonte IslandTumblecube Island
TCG Southern IslandsHolon
Sovereign states in
the Pokémon world
Pokémon nationRanger UnionGuyana
Lucario KingdomMirage KingdomRota

Melemele Trial Completion.png Akala Trial Completion.png Ula'ula Trial Completion.png Poni Trial Completion.png Island Challenge Completion.png
Melemele IslandAkala IslandUla'ula IslandPoni IslandAether Paradise
Iki TownHau'oli CityHeahea CityPaniola TownKonikoni CityMalie CityTapu VillagePo Town
Seafolk VillagePokémon League
Mahalo TrailTrainers' SchoolHau'oli CemeteryBerry fieldsVerdant CavernMelemele MeadowSeaward CaveKala'e Bay
Ten Carat HillPaniola RanchBrooklet HillMelemele SeaDiglett's TunnelRoyal AvenueBattle Royal DomeWela Volcano Park
Lush JungleMemorial HillAkala OutskirtsRuins of LifeHano Grand ResortHano BeachMalie GardenMount Hokulani
Hokulani ObservatoryBlush MountainUla'ula BeachAether HouseThrifty Megamart (Abandoned Site)Haina Desert
Ruins of AbundanceUla'ula MeadowLake of the MooneLake of the SunneShady HousePoni WildsAncient Poni Path
Poni Breaker CoastRuins of HopeExeggutor IslandVast Poni CanyonAltar of the SunneAltar of the MooneMount Lanakila
Ruins of ConflictPoni GrovePoni PlainsPoni MeadowResolution CavePoni CoastPoni GauntletBattle Tree
Festival PlazaPoké PelagoBig Wave BeachSandy CaveHeahea BeachPikachu ValleyDividing Peak Tunnel
Kantonian GymPoni BeachPlains GrottoTeam Rocket's Castle
Ultra Space
Ultra Deep SeaUltra MegalopolisMegalo TowerUltra JungleUltra DesertUltra PlantUltra ForestUltra CraterUltra Ruin
Ultra Space Wilds

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