Emerald Skull Treasure Hunt Walkthrough – Far Cry 6

The Emerald Skull Treasure Hunt

The Far Cry 6 was released on October 7th, 2021, after three years of the release of Far Cry 5, the fifth installment of the action-adventure first-person shooter game series by Ubisoft in 2018. Along with featuring the American actor Giancarlo Esposito and Anthony Gonzalez, the game has got new treasure hunt quests.

The Emerald Skull Treasure Hunt Quest is one of the many treasure hunts in Far Cry 6 where you have to explore the area and search for loots. These quests can be highly confusing since it has great rewards in the end. In this post, we’ll have a look at how to solve Emerald Skull Treasure Quest.

The Quests

Treasure HuntThe Emerald Skull
RegionEl Este
RewardIda’s War Dance (Charm), 1200 Yaran Pesos
XP Reward150 Guerrilla XP

In Far Cry 6, there will be 21 treasure hunts spread across the Imaginary Island nation Yara. The Far Cry 6 treasure hunt contains all sorts of unique weapons and gears, and other rewards which the players can earn after completing the search.

On the map, the treasure hunt quests are marked with a purple diamond. The Treasure hunt does not even require any of the unique puzzles to unlock.

The treasure hunt quests are as follows.

  • The Mongoose and the man
  • The legend of La Princesa
  • Crocodile Tears
  • High Supply
  • Ida’s Triada Relic
  • Cache Monkey
  • The last one to leave
  • Liquid Courage
  • Star Crossed Lovers
  • The Truest Yaran
  • The Missing Muse
  • And The Beat Goes On
  • Oku’s Tridac Relic
  • The Long Drop
  • Mimo Abosi’s Tridac Relic
  • Sweet Fifteen
  • The Emerald Skull
  • Parting Gifts
  • Passing The Torch
  • A Little Birdie Told Me
  • Rising Tide 

The treasure hunt locations are scattered on the map, so you need to find that from the open world, which is not that difficult to look for.

Emerald Skull Treasure Hunt Walkthrough

Emerald Skull Treasure Hunt Walkthrough

In the newly released Far Cry 6, you will get many Treasure Hunt quests, and The Emerald Skull is one of them. The quest is located in the Concepcion in Concuo sub-region of El Este.

The investigation will give you the reward of 150 Guerrilla XP, Ida’s war dance charm, and 1200 Yaran pesos. You need to locate the starting point of the treasure hunt in the open world and read the note at its location to the treasure location.

To start the treasure hunt, you need to read the note at the finding point of the open world. Then head to the part of Conoco where the mission is marker is present.

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To reach the Ominosa Cave, you would be required to use the grapple points and ziplines. Then after crossing a few grapple points, you will be making your way through the cave, at the end of which you will find the green skull, the origin of the name the Emerald skull.

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This can open the path to outside set off the grenade trap. From there, make a turn towards the next cave down the river, then cross the river through a bridge.

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There are chances that you can fall off the bridge but no need to worry as you can get onto it at the end of the path and try to cross again.

Then you would be reaching the second cave, the Turkey caves.

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You will find the giant skull on the right, which will open the vault to the treasure.

The cave has a bunch of crocodiles to block your way, so be careful. In the cave, head to the stairs on the right then interact with that giant skull, which will open the door at the end of the stairs.

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Enter the door and carefully climb up the tripwires. On reaching the destination, you will find the wood plank hiding the treasure, so break that open and get the treasure.

With that, you will be completing the quest and will win the rewards.

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