Tribal Hunter – Kitora’s Flight Courses Location Guide

This guide will focus on showing the location of every single one of Kitora’s Flight Course’s location. Useful for the Flight Course Master achievement!

Guide to Kitora’s Flight Courses Location


Welcome to this guide! I made this guide since I’ve noticed quite a few people asking in discussions where are some of Kitora’s flight courses, especially after they bumped the number from 4 to 8. Even I had to scratch my head to figure out some of these locations by myself. To be honest, some of them are hidden in some pretty mean spots.

Since this guide will show some of the game’s later locations, this guide could contain minor spoilers. As long as you are fine with this, feel free to continue.

Reminder: After you’ve talked to Kitora at a specific location and unlocked a new course, you can try all the ones you’ve unlocked by talking to Kitora at the Village, found at this location on the map.

Piglands Course

  • Area: Piglands
  • Screen Title: Kitora’s Staging Grounds (Accessible from Mountain Path)

This is the first time you should meet with Kitora, located in a small area accessible from the Mountain Path, even before the wall block.

The Gooey Lift

  • Area: Slime Caverns
  • Screen Title: Caverns 9

The Crystal Tower

  • Area: Crystal Mines
  • Screen Title: Crystal Mines 5

Pirate’s Roost

  • Area: Shark Beach
  • Screen Title: Jack’s Resort (Accessible from Beach 5: Bombardment)

Ghostly Maze

  • Area: Shadowlands
  • Screen Title: Shadowlands 9: Eastern Residential District

Honey Swarm

  • Area: Giant Hive
  • Screen Title: Hive 7: Inner Hive

This one especially is quite evil for its placement, since unlike all the other ones, you access it from behind a secret wall on the right of the bottom of the screen, near the entrance to it from Hive 6.

Frigid Canyon

  • Area: Sacred Mountains
  • Screen Title: Frigid Mountains 6: Icy Pit

Darkdread’s Gauntlet

  • Area: Castle
  • Screen Title: Castle 6: Dragon’s Den
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A lifelong gamer Jan Bakowski, also known as Lazy Dice, was always interested in gaming and writing. He lives in Poland (Wrocław). His passion for games began with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on the Nintendo 64 back in 1998. Proud owner of Steam Deck, which has become his primary gaming platform. He’s been making guides since 2012. Sharing his gaming experience with other players has become not only his hobby but also his job.

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