|Location on World Map|
|Feldip Hills||←||Kharazi Jungle||→||Kharidian Desert|
The Kharazi Jungle is an area south of Shilo Village on Karamja. This is where most of the Legends' Quest takes place, and it is necessary to start the quest in order to enter the jungle (you only have to talk to Radimus Erkle and receive Radimus notes). A machete and a woodcutting axe are required to hack through the dense jungle blocking the path. Radimus notes is also required to navigate it if players have not completed Legends' Quest.
The jungle occasionally serves as the location for Treasure Trail co-ordinates.
The easiest way to enter the jungle coming from Shilo Village is to stand north of the bush just south of the village entrance. All it requires is to cut 2 bushes in front to enter the jungle. Players may also use two vines on either side of the jungle that require 79 Agility to pass.
The jungle is home to the Kharazi tribe and several species of wolves, birds, and other animals, most of which are aggressive. To the north-west is the entrance to the Viyeldi caves which has a role in Legends' Quest. Along the southern beach are several vanilla plants, which players will find a use for during the Sir Amik Varze subquest of Recipe for Disaster. Roughly in the centre of the jungle is a pond with special water and near it is a location where special Yommi trees may be planted. Along the jungle there are several black totem poles which players will have to get rid of during Legends' Quest.
This location is also visited again for the deathwing, oomlie wrap, and palm leaf tasks from the Karamja Diary. A palm leaf can be retrieved by shaking the leafy palm trees to the east and west of the small pool in the centre of the jungle. When shaken, a leaf will appear on the ground.
Players who wish to train Woodcutting and Firemaking simultaneously may find this area helpful. There are several teak trees and some mahogany trees scattered across the jungle, with plenty of open space to make fires. With a tinderbox in the inventory, players can chop the teak trees and burn them without leaving the jungle. However, the creatures there are aggressive, so it would be wise for players to bring some armour and perhaps a ring of life.
Another Cook's Quest • Freeing the Goblin generals • Freeing the Mountain dwarf • Freeing Evil Dave • Freeing the Lumbridge Guide • Freeing Pirate Pete • Freeing Skrach Uglogwee • Freeing Sir Amik Varze • Freeing King Awowogei