Genshin Impact: Where to Find the Hidden Sumeru Statue of the Seven

It's SO easy.

A screenshot of Ganyu standing in front of a Statue of the Seven in Sumeru in Genshin Impact.

If you’ve found all of the Teleport Waypoints and Statues of the Seven that appear on the map, you may be wondering why there’s a blank area with no visible Waypoint in the north… That you can see, anyway. This is because there’s a secret Statue of the Seven that you need to attune to in order to unlock that section of the map. Here’s where to find the hidden Sumeru Statue of the Seven in Genshin Impact.

Note: This guide contains some Sumeru World Quest spoilers so continue reading at your own risk.

How to Find the Secret Vanarana Statue of the Seven in Sumeru in Genshin Impact

If, like me, you like to unlock everything before progressing the story, then you may have run into the same conundrum I did – why is there a blank spot at the top of the map, and how the hell do you unlock it? Well, luckily for you, I managed to figure it out (yay, gold star for me!) and the solution is actually ridiculously simple so I feel kinda silly. But then again, I don’t feel too bad because you’ve obviously Googled the answer too so that makes two of us.

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To unlock the hidden Statue of the Seven in Sumeru, you need to do the “The World Of Aranara” World Quest. This unlocks after finishing the “The Children Of Vimara Village,” “Into the Woods,” and “The Lost Child” World Quests. Yeah, that’s a lot of quests, but that’s nothing compared to the rest of the Sumeru story.

A Genshin Impact screenshot of the Sumeru region map, highlighting the Statue of the Seven in Vanarana.
Screenshot via Prima Games (Credit: HoYoverse)

Once you’ve finished The World Of Aranara, you’ll be in the real Vanarana and will spot the Statue of the Seven icon on your map. To get to it, run south from Araja’s hut straight after completing the quest and then look left to find it in an alcove. Attune to it and the map section will finally unlock.

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Meg was a video games journalist in the UK for seven years before moving to the US and eventually becoming Managing Editor at Prima Games in May 2022. When she's not working, you can find her playing her ASUS ROG Ally, training Pokémon, or trailblazing through the galaxy in Honkai: Star Rail. You can contact Meg at [email protected].